Japanese Spicy Citrus Condiment, better than Wasabi? | Yuzu Kosho
This Japanese condiment, spicy-salty citrus is still unknown to many will change the way you enjoy your food forever. Yuzukosho (柚子胡椒) is by far my favorite Japanese condiment …
Tokyo 2202 Olympic Games had another side, the experience of the Tokyo residents. Despite the State of Emergency we still had some things to give us that Olympic host city spirit.
Japan’s Bullet-train or Shinkansen is super fast, traveling at speeds of 350km/hr through wide landscapes of rice paddies of north Japan. This is the Tohoku-Hokkaido Shinkansen and in this episode we’ll ride from Tokyo Station to Shin-Aomori in regular and GRAN CLASS cars eating 7 gourmet ekiben, Japanese Train Food.
Bringing back a lost sushi style – Saiku Sushi was popular in the Showa era but today, we bring back this challenging and beautiful sushi style.
We’ll ride the whole 58 min loop of Tokyo on the historic Yamanote Line on the new E235 series trains – clockwise from Tokyo Station ▶︎ Shinagawa ▶︎ Shibuya ▶︎ Shinjuku ▶︎ Ikebukuro ▶︎ Ueno ▶︎ Akihabara ▶︎ Tokyo
This is it!! The biggest street food festival maybe in all of Japan! The Tori no Ichi festival held by Otori Shine north of Asakusa is incredible! It’s the experience you’re looking for when you come to Japan. And it will fill you up!!
What is nabe (鍋)? It’s a pot to cook things in and it also means SOUP or STEW or as we say in Japanese — nabe. This festival is highlighting nabe from many areas of Japan this weekend. Let’s try some!
One of Japan’s biggest street food festivals is in Tokyo! There seems to be a thousand stands serving takoyaki, okonomiyaki, yakitori, wagyu on sticks, karage Japanese chicken … it’s incredible!
Welcome to Akihabara – From JR Akihabara Station to the maid cafe alley & Super Potato retro game store to Gachapon Kaikan, we’ll scramble the neighborhood and you’ll be ready to navigate the area like a pro when you visit!