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ニューオータニイン札幌
Jun. 15, 2023
How about lunch at New Otani Inn Sapporo? #New Otani Inn Sapporo In addition to popular standard Chinese and Western food menus Lunch in June, which changes twice a month, will be a 🙌 new menu from Friday 16th. In addition #New Edo seafood mask and summer standard popular product #Sansho fragrant #Black chilled dandan noodles also The limited-time menu is Japanese, Western, and Chinese. You can enjoy 🍴 a salad, dessert, soup and coffee buffet. Nice #Detox water #Vinegar drink also available The popular standard menu is 500 yen separately, and you can enjoy a salad, dessert, soup, and coffee buffet. Please spend a relaxing time ☕. ◆◆◆◆Every Thursday◆◆◆ ◆◆◆◆◆Lunch ◆◆◆◆◆ ◆◆ Great value 10% OFF ◆◆ ◆◆◆ Friday and Saturday only ◆◆◆ ◆◆Wine Buffet◆◆ ◆◆800 yen 60 minutes system◆◆ Reservations can be made by 📞 phone or online. * Other coupons and benefits cannot be combined Please note. 11:30~14:00/L.O.13:30 *Closed: Sundays, Mondays Thank you for your understanding. For reservations and inquiries Tel: 011-222-1522 [Direct] We look forward to ✨ seeing you all #New Otani #Hotel #Hotel Girls' Association #Hotel lunch #Hotel Buffet #Lunch Tour #Sapporo Lunch #Sapporo Gourmet #Sapporo Hotel #Sapporo Chinese #Sapporo Sightseeing #sapporo #Wine
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  • Hokkaido Prefecture
  • Sapporo
  • Hotel
  • Lunch
  • Gourmet
  • Chinese cuisine
  • Western-style food
  • Traditional Japanese Food
COOL JAPAN VIDEOS Management
Apr. 28, 2023
Introducing the post of the official account of "Japan cuisine and Japan sake Keishi (Satoshi)"! Japan restaurant in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan cuisine and Japan sake "Satoshi". You can enjoy dishes made with seasonal ingredients such as lobster, eel, and Kyoto vegetables, as well as carefully selected sake. ◆Japan cuisine and Japan sake Keishi◆ 【Address】〒604-8275 471-2 Miyagicho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 【Tel】075-708-6321 【Access】
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保科知史
Apr. 26, 2023 (edited)
Nice to meet you, everyone.
I run "Japan cuisine and Japan sake Keishi (Satoshi)" in Kyoto.
After 17 years of working at Wakuden, I became independent about 3 years ago.
You can leave the dishes to us and order them individually after the three dishes (one item in the image).
Kaiseki is also available for 13,200 yen, 16,500 yen, 19,800 yen.
In addition, 50 to 60 kinds of local sake are always available for Japan sake.
We will do our best to provide a space where everyone can relax, so thank you.

We run "Japanese cuisine and Sake Satoshi" in Kyoto.
There are 3 courses of 13,200 yen, 16,500 yen, and 19,800 yen.
There is also a single item.
We always have 50 to 60 kinds of local sake available.
We look forward to your visit.
  • Cooking
  • Traditional Japanese Food
  • Sake
  • Gourmet
  • Japan
  • Kyoto (City)
  • Kyoto Prefecture
  • Kansai region
保科知史
Apr. 26, 2023
Nice to meet you, everyone. I run "Japan cuisine and Japan sake Keishi (Satoshi)" in Kyoto. After 17 years of working at Wakuden, I became independent about 3 years ago. You can leave the dishes to us and order them individually after the three dishes (one item in the image). Kaiseki is also available for 13,200 yen, 16,500 yen, 19,800 yen. In addition, 50 to 60 kinds of local sake are always available for Japan sake. We will do our best to provide a space where everyone can relax, so thank you. We run "Japanese cuisine and Sake Satoshi" in Kyoto. There are 3 courses of 13,200 yen, 16,500 yen, and 19,800 yen. There is also a single item. We always have 50 to 60 kinds of local sake available. We look forward to your visit.
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  • Japan
  • Kyoto Prefecture
  • Kyoto (City)
  • Traditional Japanese Food
  • Kaiseki cuisine
  • Gourmet
  • Sake
  • Snacks
  • Nijo Castle
開智国際日本語学校(Kaichi International School of Japanese)
Apr. 18, 2023
[English/Japanese] I heard that an onigiri shop with a signboard cat had opened a minute walk from Nishi-Hachioji Station, so I went there. The name of the store is "OLEALL☆". Their additive-free rice balls and brown rice chiffon cake were very delicious. Mikan, the cat manager (19 years old!) was napping on the seat next to us! She was very cute😊Onigiri is very popular among international students. They often buy it at convenience stores, but they often buy it without knowing what is in it. Most of the onigiri are delicious, so they buy them again and again. I heard that a rice ball shop with a signboard cat opened a 1-minute walk from Nishi Hachioji Station, so I went there. The name of the shop is "Oleol ☆". The additive-free pesticide-free rice balls and brown rice chiffon cake were very delicious. Cat store manager Mikan-chan (19 years old!) Was taking a nap in the seat next to me! It was very cute Onigiri 😊 is also very popular with international students. It seems that they often buy it at convenience stores, but they often buy it without knowing what is in it. Most of the rice balls are delicious, so they will buy them again.
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  • Japan
  • Tokyo
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  • Traditional Japanese Food
  • Onigiri
  • Rice
  • Japanese-language school
  • International students
  • Cat
開智国際日本語学校(Kaichi International School of Japanese)
Apr. 11, 2023
[English/Japanese] There is a standing sushi restaurant in front of Nishi-Hachioji station, a 2-minute walk from the school. The name is "DARIME SUSHI. DARIME" is written "forty-five" in Chinese characters. It is said that it is a secret word that sushi chefs understand. Standing-only buckwheat noodles are famous, but sushi is rare. I went there at lunch time, but there were only female customers. Sushi is also popular among foreign students. Not only do they eat it, but there are so many students who choose sushi restaurants as their part-time job. Therefore, they learn the names of fish before any Japanese. You will be surprised that they know more about it than their teachers! A 2-minute walk from the school, there is a standing sushi restaurant in front of Nishi Hachioji station. The name is "Darime Sushi". "Darime" is written as "forty-five" in kanji. It seems to be a secret word that sushi restaurants understand. Standing soba noodles are famous, but sushi is rare. I went there at lunchtime, but there were only female customers. Sushi is also popular with international students. Of course, I eat it, but there are also many students who choose a sushi restaurant for their part-time job. Therefore, they learn the names of fish before any Japanese. I'm surprised because I know more than the teachers!
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  • Japan
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  • Hachioji
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  • Traditional Japanese Food
  • Japanese-language school
  • International students
COOL JAPAN VIDEOS Management
Mar. 22, 2023
Introducing the post of the official account of "New Otani Inn Sapporo"! Inside the New Otani Inn Sapporo, there are Japanese, Western, and Chinese restaurants, dining and cafes where you can enjoy a breakfast buffet. Restaurants and bars are substantial. You can enjoy dishes using ingredients unique to Hokkaido. ◆New Otani Inn Sapporo◆ 【Address】〒060-0002 Hokkaido Sapporo-shi Chuo-ku Kita 2-jo Nishi 1-1-1 【Access】 40 minutes from JR New Chitose Airport to JR Sapporo Station Please check the official website for details.
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ニューオータニイン札幌
Mar. 20, 2023 (edited)
I think one of the pleasures of sightseeing in Hokkaido and Sapporo is to enjoy Hokkaido gourmet.
Speaking of popular gourmet foods in Hokkaido, there are many seafood dishes such as crab, salmon roe, sea urchin, ramen, soup curry, zangi, and Genghis Khan, and you may have decided where and what to eat when you plan your trip.
New Otani Inn Sapporo is also close to JR Sapporo Station, so there are many restaurants nearby.

New Otani Inn Sapporo's restaurant welcomes you with the best hospitality that rivals many restaurants in Sapporo City.
New Otani Inn Sapporo has a Japanese, Western and Chinese restaurant "Party & Dining Four Seasons" and a dining & café "Rendezvous Lounge".
The interior of "Party & Dining Four Seasons" is made of bricks and you can enjoy a relaxing meal.
We have 4 private rooms of "Acacia", "Hamanasu", "Kaede" and "Hagi", so you can eat in a private space.
The à la carte menu includes beef sirloin steak, salmon rice bowl made with Hokkaido's proud seafood, and premium hamburger curry.
"Rendezvous Lounge" also offers breakfast buffet menu and lunch menu.

There is also a plan to dine at these restaurants when you stay.
This restaurant can be used by non-guests, so please enjoy Hokkaido gourmet food at New Otani Inn Sapporo.

New Otani Inn Sapporo also offers takeout and delivery where you can enjoy your time at home.
The "Spring Party Box" currently on sale allows you to enjoy hotel gourmet food at home.

Turn your home into a high-class café?
The "Afternoon Tea Sweets Box" is an assortment of strawberries and cherry scented sweets cakes, so it is also recommended as a gift.

◆New Otani Inn Sapporo Information◆
【Address】
〒060-0002 Sapporo-shi Chuo-ku Kita 2-jo Nishi 1-1-1

【Phone Number】
011-222-1111

【Access by JR/train】
40 minutes from JR New Chitose Airport to JR Sapporo Station

【Access by car or bus】
Approximately 70 minutes from New Chitose Airport to the hotel (60 parking spaces)

【Access on foot】
8 minutes from JR Sapporo Station
6 minutes from Sapporo Station on the Namboku Subway Line
3 minutes from Sapporo Station on the Toho Subway Line
7 minutes from Odori Station on the Namboku Subway Line
4 minutes from Odori Station on the Toho Subway Line

【Accommodation Reservation】
For more information and reservations about New Otani Inn Sapporo, please visit the official website listed in the profile section.
  • Sapporo
  • Hokkaido Prefecture
  • Hotel
  • Gourmet
  • Traditional Japanese Food
  • Western-style food
  • Chinese cuisine
  • Breakfast
  • Cafe
ホテル網走湖荘
Feb. 15, 2023
Dinner at Abashirikoso welcomes you with a menu prepared with seasonal ingredients. Currently, we have prepared four carefully selected dinner menus, "Lakeside Set", "Shiosaizen", "Fishing Fire Set", and "Abashiri Nagomizen", so you can enjoy the seasonal taste of Okhotsk. ・ Abashirikoso's meal "lakeside set" menu (menu) Aperitif: Yuzu sake Pre-serving: Salmon parent-child salad Appetizers: Tsutsumatsu-mae, Yamame fish honeydew, scallop nanban pickle, silver cod Saikyo, striped shrimp Hot pot: Wagyu shabu Lid: Kombu noodles Steamed food: Untan tea bowl fumigation Sashimi: Tuna, scallop, Kanpachi, peony shrimp Crab plate: horsehair crab half body Simmered food: Menme stewed Western dish: Sautéed seafood butter Rice: Scallop Soup: Shijimi's miso soup Incense: small eggplant, radish Confectionery: jelly and seasonal fruits ・ Abashirikoso's meal "Shiosaizen" menu (menu) Aperitif: Yuzu sake Pre-serving: Salmon parent-child salad Appetizers: Tsutsumatsu-mae, Yamame fish honeydew, scallop nanban pickle, silver cod Saikyo, striped shrimp Hot pot: 鮟鱇hot pot, red bean liver Lid: Kombu noodles Sashimi: Tuna, scallop, Kanpachi, peony shrimp Crab dish: thorn crab Simmered food: Menme stewed Western dish: Wagyu beef cut steak Rice: Scallop Soup: Shijimi's miso soup Incense: small eggplant, radish Confectionery: jelly and seasonal fruits ・ Abashirikoso's meal "Fishing Fire Set" menu (menu) Aperitif: Yuzu sake Pre-attached: scallop pickled nanban, colorful vegetables Appetizers: Tsutsumatsu-mae, Yamame Fish Honeydew, Asari Seiryu, Gincod Saikyo Nabe: Okhotsk Nabe Oden style Sashimi: kanpachi, scallop, salmon, nanban shrimp Crab dish: thorn crab Simmered dishes: crab shinda maki, grilled eggplant, winter melon autumn leaves, shrimp Western plate: Cut steak Rice: Scallop Soup: Shijimi's miso soup Incense: small eggplant, radish Confectionery: jelly and seasonal fruits ・ Abashirikoso's meal "Abashiri Nagomizen" menu (menu) Pre-attached: Octopus and wasabi choy Appetizers: Tsutsumatsu-mae, Yamame fish honeydew, scallop nanbanzuke, silver cod Saikyo Nabe: Okhotsk Nabe Oden style Sashimi: salmon, scallops, nanban shrimp Crab dish: snow crab Simmered dishes: crab shinda maki, grilled eggplant, winter melon autumn leaves, shrimp Western dish: Pickled chicken nanban Rice: Scallop Soup: Shijimi's miso soup Incense: small eggplant, radish Confectionery: jelly and seasonal fruits * Please note that this menu varies depending on the season. Each seat in the restaurant is partitioned and it is a private space. For large guests, we also have a large hall of 300 square meters and banquet halls of 120 and 88 square meters. Breakfast is served at a breakfast venue with about 50 kinds of buffet. Please enjoy more than enough meals using seasonal ingredients from Hokkaido and Okhotsk at Abashirikoso! 【Abashirikoso Information】 [Address] 〒099-2421 Abashiri-shi Yobito 78 [Phone number] 0152-48-2311 [Access by train] About 10 minutes by bus from JR Abashiri Station. We will also pick you up and drop you off at JR Abashiri Station. *Advance reservation required [Access by plane] About 20 minutes by bus from Memanbetsu Airport. [Access by car] About 120 minutes from Asahikawa-Monbetsu Expressway and Marusefu IC
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  • Abashiri
  • Lake Abashiri
  • Hotel
  • Japanese inn
  • Seafood
  • Fish dishes
  • Traditional Japanese Food
  • Hokkaido Prefecture
  • Sightseeing
  • Travel
開智国際日本語学校(Kaichi International School of Japanese)
Dec. 26, 2022
[English/Japanese] Takaoyamaguchi Station, the entrance to the Takao Mountain climbing area, is lined with many restaurants. Tororo (grated yam) has long been eaten around Mt. Takao, and there are many restaurants where you can enjoy tororo cuisine. I ate grated yam on the way home from a recent excursion. Tororo has a soothing effect on a tired body. If you are tired after climbing a mountain, you should definitely try it. Takao-Yamaguchi Station, which is the entrance to Takao Mountaineering, is lined with many restaurants. Around Mt. Takao, tororo (grated yams) has been eaten for a long time, and there are many shops where you can eat toro dishes. I ate toro on the way back from an excursion I did the other day. Tororo has the effect of soothing a tired body. If you get tired from mountain climbing, please try it.
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  • Japan
  • Tokyo
  • Hachioji
  • Mountain Climbing/Hiking
  • Gourmet
  • Local gourmet
  • Traditional Japanese Food
  • Sightseeing
  • Japanese-language school
千葉 鴨川温泉 璃庵 / Lien
Dec. 7, 2022
Chiba Kamogawa Onsen Rian. At Rian, you can enjoy the special salt with the strong steak at dinner. All of this salt is made by hand in Katsuura and is often backordered. Salt made with seawater on the day of the full moon "Full Moon Hour". This salt impressed the board length. Please enjoy it with delicious meat. Made with seawater assembled on the day of the new moon, the "New Moon Hour" has a completely different taste from the time of the full moon. Strange, isn't it? At Lian, the new moon tick is also served to customers for tasting. Please ask the staff. There is no souvenir corner yet, but we sell this salt and the proprietress's recommended "warabi mochi" that you enjoy at check-in. This product is not for sale in the store. It is a dish that is sure to be appreciated as a souvenir! !! Warabi mochi 6pcs ¥1,800 Salt 100g ¥1,300
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  • Kamogawa
  • Hot springs
  • Chiba Prefecture
  • Coast/Beach/Sea
  • Kaiseki cuisine
  • Traditional Japanese Food
  • Japan
  • Great view
  • Sightseeing
  • Travel
開智国際日本語学校(Kaichi International School of Japanese)
Jan. 3, 2022
[English/Japanese] Happy New Year to you all! I hope to see you again this year. In Japan, the new year begins on January 1st. What do you do at the beginning of a new year in your country? This time, I would like to introduce the Japanese New Year. 1) Nengajo(New Year's card) A letter sent between January 1 and January 7 to wish someone a happy new year is called a nengajo. Recently, many people have been using social networking services instead of letters. Also, New Year's greeting cards cannot be sent to family members or relatives who have passed away in the previous year. Please be careful with this. 2) Hatsuhinode(First sunrise) The sunrise on the first day of the year is called the "first sunrise" and is considered to be a very good omen. Did you see it? 3) Hatsumode(First visit to a shrine) A New Year's visit to a shrine to pray for the safety of the year is called "Hatsumode". At Hatsumode, people draw omikuji (fortunes) to tell their fortune for the year and buy good luck charms. 4) Otoshidama(New Year's gift) Onyedama is money that children can receive on New Year's Day. It is a fun event for children. 5) Osechi cuisine Osechi-ryori is a New Year's feast. Each of these treats has its own meaning. For example, prawns have a meaning of "long life" because of their bent waist. Also, yellow food is believed to bring good luck with money. This is eaten from January 1st to the 3rd, which also means that you don't have to do any housework for the three days of the New Year. 6) Hstuyume(First dream) What kind of dream did you have at the beginning of the year? In Japan, it is said to be good luck to dream of "Mt. May this year be a wonderful one for all of you! Happy New Year! We look forward to working with you again this year. The new year begins on January 1 for Japan. What do you do at the start of a new year in your country? This time, I would like to introduce the New Year of Japan. (1) New Year's card Letters sent between January 1 and January 7 to convey New Year's wishes are called "Nengajo". Recently, more and more people are doing it on SNS instead of letters. In addition, New Year's cards cannot be sent to people who have lost their family or relatives in the previous year. Please be careful. (2) First sunrise The sun that rises on January 1 is called the "first sunrise." This first sunrise is considered very auspicious. Have you seen it? (3) First visit Visiting a shrine to pray for the safety of the year on New Year's Day is called "first visit". At the first visit, you draw fortunes to predict the fortune of the year and buy amulets. (4) New Year's Ball New Year's money is money that children can receive on New Year's Day. It can be said that it is a fun event for children. (5) Osechi cuisine Osechi ryori is a feast eaten on New Year's Day. Each of these treats has its own meaning. For example, shrimp have a bent waist, which means "you can live a long life". In addition, yellow food is said to increase fortune. This is something to eat from January 1 to 3, and there is also the point that you do not have to do housework for three days on New Year's Day. (6) First dream What dreams did you have at the beginning of the year? In Japan, dreaming of "Mt. Fuji", "Falcon" and "Eggplant" is considered auspicious. May this be a wonderful year for all of you!
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  • Japan
  • Traditional Japanese Food
  • Japanese heart/Wabisabi
  • Life in Japan
  • Japanese-language school
  • Japanese New Years
  • Hatsumode
  • First sunrise of the year
  • International students
開智国際日本語学校(Kaichi International School of Japanese)
Dec. 13, 2021
[English/Japanese] Yesterday, the Kanji characters representing Japan for this year were announced. This event is held every year. Incidentally, this year's kanji was "gold. Why do you think this kanji was chosen? The reason lies in the fact that the Olympic Games were held in Tokyo this year. Japan won more gold medals than any other country in history, which is why they chose this kanji. So what else was popular this year? Let's take a look at Japanese culture through what was popular this year. Maritozzo Maritozzo is a pastry that originated in Rome, Italy. It is a round loaf of bread with a lot of cream in between, and is eaten as breakfast in Italy. This year, Maritozzo has become a big hit in Japan. Many cafes and convenience stores lined up their stores with Maritozzo, and many people queued up to buy Maritozzo. In Japan, it is not uncommon for sweets from other countries to become popular in this way. For example, last year it was tapioca from Taiwan, and before that, macarons from France. It is said that Japan is an island nation with a strong desire to learn about the cultures of other countries. Perhaps this is reflected in the food we eat. Movie Box Office Revenue In this year's global box office ranking, live-action movies from China and the U.S. are ranked from first to fifth. So, is it the same for Japan? The Japanese box-office ranking is completely different from the global ranking. From first to fifth place, all live-action movies are based on anime or manga. Last year, the anime "Demon Slayer" rewrote the top spot in the all-time box office ranking. Although there are many teenagers who visit theaters, there is not that big a difference in the age of the audience. This means that people of all ages are watching anime movies. That is how widespread anime and manga are as a culture in Japan. The Real Two-Way / Showtime The words "real two-faced" and "showtime" were nominated as buzzwords this year. These two words refer to Shohei Ohtani, who is active in the American big leagues. In this way, words related to baseball players are often chosen as buzzwords. When it comes to sports in Japan, many foreigners think of sumo wrestling. However, few people know that baseball is actually the most popular sport in Japan. When I tell this to foreign students, they often say, "I thought soccer was more popular than sumo." Do you share the same opinion? In this article, I introduced some of the things that were popular in Japan this year. I would like to continue introducing them in the next issue. By the way, our school holds an event to introduce what is popular in our country. It is a good opportunity to learn about the trends in different countries and to understand different cultures. Please let us know what's popular in your country. Yesterday, the kanji for this year's Japan were announced. This event is held every year. By the way, this year's kanji was "gold". Why do you think this kanji was chosen? The reason is that the Olympic Games were held in Tokyo this year. Japan won the most gold medals in history, so it became this kanji. So what else was trendy this year? Let's get in touch with the culture of Japan from what was popular this year. Maritozzo Maritozzo is a sweet that originated in Rome, Italy. It is made with plenty of cream sandwiched between round breads and is eaten as breakfast in Italy. This Maritozzo has become a big boom in Japan this year. Maritozzo was lined up in many cafes and convenience stores, and many people lined up to buy Maritozzo. It is not uncommon for sweets from other countries to become popular in Japan in this way. For example, tapioca from Taiwan last year and French macarons before that. It is said that Japan is an island country and has a strong desire to learn about the cultures of other countries. This may be reflected in food. Movie box office Looking at this year's world box office rankings, Chinese and American live-action films are ranked from 1st to 5th. So is it the same with Japan? Japan's box office rankings are completely different from world rankings. Surprisingly, from 1st to 5th place, all are live-action movies based on anime and manga. Last year, the anime "Demon Slayer" broke the first place in the all-time box office ranking. Movie theater users may be among their teens, but there is not much difference by age. This means that people of all ages are watching animated movies. It can be said that anime and manga have permeated as a culture in such a Japan. Real Dual-wielding/Showtime This year's buzzwords "Real Dual-wielding" and "Showtime" were nominated. These two words refer to Shohei Ohtani who is active in the American major leagues. In this way, words about baseball players are often chosen as buzzwords. Many foreigners think of sumo wrestling as a sport in Japan. However, few people know that baseball is actually a sport that is often seen in Japan. When I told this story to international students, they said, "I thought soccer would be more popular if it was anything other than sumo," and "I don't know much about what kind of sport baseball is." I answer. Do you all agree with me? This time, we have introduced some of the things that have become popular in Japan this year. I would like to continue to introduce it next time. By the way, at our school, we hold events to introduce what we do in our own country. It is a good opportunity to learn about the trends of various countries and understand different cultures. Please tell us what is popular in your country.
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  • Japan
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  • Japanese heart/Wabisabi
  • Life in Japan
  • Japanese-language school
  • International students
  • Study abroad
  • Cinema
  • Subculture
  • Baseball
Dylan Gibson
Dec. 10, 2021
Went to Ootoya for lunch today and got a nice Alaska pollack set meal with vegetables pickled in black vinegar (すけそう鱈と野菜の黒酢あん定食). Cost 920 yen and it tasted great. I really like Ootoya because it's a nice place if you're looking to eat some traditional Japanese food and I'm surprised it's actually not more popular. The food is always great and you even get to choose the types of rice you want and how much. It's pretty reasonable cost-wise considering what you get as well. The ordering system is really convenient as well. With the electronic ordering tablets it's easy to add something to your order and they have English as well so if you're not confident with your Japanese you don't need to worry about it
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  • Japan
  • Gourmet
  • Traditional Japanese Food
  • Fish dishes
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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  • Tokyo
  • Arakawa City
  • Tempura
  • Traditional Japanese Food
  • Gourmet

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