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Nayoro Sightseeing & Town Planning Association
29 days ago
Nayoro Tourism Volunteer Association Workshop 【Exploring the mountains and Sansai in spring】 At the Nayoro Sightseeing volunteer Association, we will hold a workshop to take a walk in the forest of the city with a guide and collect Sansai and cook it during this Spring season! The participation fee is 1,500 yen and the capacity is limited to 25 people, so if you would like to participate, please ♪ apply as soon as possible Applications can be made by e-mail. MAIL:nayoro-volunteer@nayoro-kankou.com * When applying by e-mail, please enter the following information. (1) Name (furigana) (2) Date of birth (3) Phone number (4) Address (5) Allergies, etc. ◆Notes◆ (1) Sansai harvesting baskets, scissors, and cooking utensils are available for rent. (2) Please dress according to the weather. It is desirable to wear clothes that cover the skin. (3) We do not provide dishes other than Sansai, so we recommend that you Bring your own with light meals such as rice balls. (5) Reception on the day of the event will be held from 8:45 a.m. Hot spring in front of the Sun Pillar Barbecue House. For more information and to apply, please see the flyer!
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New otani inn sapporo
Mar. 12, 2024
Introducing the seasonal Chef "recommended" dinner course [March and April] menu! 3. April The menu uses plenty of seasonal ingredients, such as "Japanese Spanish mackerel and lees miso" and "made with Herring and peony shrimp", making you feel spring. Fun ♪ the chef's special Japanese kaiseki at New Otani Inn Sapporo to your heart's content 🌸 Menu contents 🌸 ・ Herring sardines and peony shrimp   ・Grilled Japanese Spanish mackerel and kasu miso paste   ・ Chikato and vegetable tempura   ・Rice cooked with wild vegetables (incense miso soup)   ・Today's Fun Dessert Wagon   Strawberry, matcha Swiss roll cake   Matcha Tiramisu   Red bean and strawberry shortcake   Strawberry Pound Cake   Yuzu gelato * 4.5 types of desserts will be provided daily by wagon service. It is limited to 15 meals a day! Reservations and details 📞011-222-1522 (direct line to restaurant reservations) Or On the ✨ hotel website
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Dylan Gibson
Dec. 29, 2021
Went to a soba restaurant in Akabane called "Zenmi Kotobuki" (禅味寿). I got the "天せいろ" (Ten Seiro "Tempura Soba Served on a Bamboo Wicker Tray" If I had to translate it literally I guess lol). Cost 1350 yen and it was 大盛サービス (free extra serving of noodles). And who am I to turn down free noodles? The choice was obvious and so I got the extra helping! I really liked the atmosphere of the place too. The waitresses were wearing Japanese-style clothing as well, which made it a really nice experience. I always enjoy visiting small shops like this where the owners have it decorated in their own style and you can see all of the bottles of sake or whatever else is used to create the atmosphere of the restaurant. Anyways, as for the food, the tempura was cooked really well and the soba was the perfect texture. At the end of the meal they brought some hot soba water so I could drink the remaining tsuyu (soba sauce) as a sort of warm drink. Was a great experience that I haven't had in a while!
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Dylan Gibson
Dec. 15, 2021
Was in Kanda the other day for an errand and stopped by this place called "Soba Dokoro Kameya" (そば処 かめや) outside of Kanda Station. It says "立食い" which means "standing noodles," but I didn't actually see any places to stand and eat so maybe it just meant that it was simple and quick like a standing noodle shop. I've never actually experienced what it's like to eat at a standing noodle restaurant (and actually stand while eating) but I think I prefer sitting anyways. I like to relax when I eat so I suppose that's why, but I should at least try it once, who knows, I might like it. Anyways, the place seems really affordable. I ordered the Ten Tama Soba since it was the most popular dish and it tasted great. The soup was really good and the egg was perfectly cooked. The texture of the noodles was also perfect. It's definitely a place to check out if your in the Kanda area and looking for some noodles. I think they may only be open during the morning and night, but I went around 4pm so maybe they close around that time to prepare for dinner.
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Dylan Gibson
Dec. 6, 2021
Went to a restaurant called "Taraku" (寿司たらく尾久駅前店) near Oku Station that I've passed many times. It's name says it's the Oku Station branch so I suppose it must be a chain restaurant, not sure how many there are though. The place was quite nice and they had single-person counter seats as well as table seats. The tempura set meal was ~1000 yen and again I got another discount using the PayPay app so it only cost me about ~700 yen. It's a pretty nice place though and they seem to have a bunch of different set meals as well as seafood bowls and other stuff like that. Definitely a place to drop by if you're in the mood for sushi, tempura, or whatever kind of sushi you're thinking of. They have a lot of takeout items as well and I think they do delivery as well, so they're probably on the Uber Eats and Menu apps as well but I haven't given them a look yet. The potato salad and miso soup tasted great as well. Tsukemono is always good so there was no difference here either lol. Everything tasted great. Definitely recommend checking it out!
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Dylan Gibson
Nov. 15, 2021
Went to a soba restaurant in Ueno called Rengyoku-an (蓮玉庵) over the weekend and ordered same really tasty tempura and soba. I ordered the Tempura Seiro Soba (天せいろそば) and it was a bit pricey at 1750 yen but it tasted great. What I really liked about the restaurant though (besides the food), was the atmosphere of the place. It had a bunch of really awesome art hanging on the walls that was reminiscent of Edo Period art and I'm a pretty big fan of that so it was really enjoyable. The inside of the building was grey but it was very stylish. I'm not sure what the walls were made of, but it seemed to be some sort of granite and the coloring of the seats was also in a similar fashion but very tasteful. I definitely want to go back here again and try some more of their dishes! It's pretty close to Okachimachi Station so it's pretty easy to drop in for lunch.
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