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Nabeyaki Udon Recipe: Hot Pot Style Udon!

"Nabeyaki udon" is a popular kind of Japanese noodle dish often eaten in winter. The difference between ordinary udon is that you make the dish using hot pots. Since the pot is directly heated, you get to enjoy your winter udon dish hot until the moment you finish eating. This post will introduce the easiest nabeyaki udon recipe you can try on your own.

Nancy
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Japanese Winter Foods: So Many Good Things To Eat in Winter in Japan!

As you might already know, Japan is a nation full of great cuisines. Especially winter, many great foods make their appearance. This post will be a great guide to all of you who would like to enjoy winter foods in Japan.We also have posted some links to our other posts so if you are interested, please visit them for further information.

Nancy
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Eating and Wrestling With Retired Sumo Wrestlers at 'ASAKUSA SUMO RESTAURANT'

One of the coolest dining experiences in Tokyo has to be the sumo meal at ASAKUSA SUMO RESTAURANT in Asakusa, Tokyo. Not only can you enjoy delicious chanko nabe (classic sumo wrestler food), but you can also enjoy and participate in a live sumo demonstration by retired pro sumo wrestlers!

favy
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Mizutaki Recipe: Hakata Chicken Broth Nabe

Have ever heard of "Mizutaki"? Mizutaki is a kind of nabe, a Japanese hot pot enjoyable in winter. It was originally made in Hakata, Fukuoka. The unique name "Mizutaki" comes from the way you cook. This post will not only introduce mizutaki itself but also some easy recipes.

Nancy
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Yudofu (Hot Yofu) - Delicious, Healthy Winter Food of Japan! <Easy Recipe>

Yudofu is a traditional winter food of Japan. It is a kind of Japanese hot pot dish and is known for being very healthy and nutritious. Here is an easy recipe so you can make it home and enjoy the taste of Japanese winter!

haru
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Dashi Recipe: The Fundamental Ingredient Of All Japanese Cuisine!

Dashi is a fundamental ingredient you cannot go without when making any Japanese dish. Dashi is basically a soup full of umami flavor. You boil typical ingredients such as kombu seaweed, dried sardines, katsuobushi flakes and other things to make it. Dashi is originally a Japanese ingredient but of course you can use them for any kind of dishes you like.

Nancy
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Kiritanpo Nabe: Akita Regional Hot Pot In Tokyo!

Have you ever heard of "Kiritanpo"? Kiritanpo is a kind of regional dish in Akita prefecture in Tohoku district. In winter people enjoy eating kiritanpo as ingredients of nabe, a Japanese hot pot dish. But don't worry. There is no need of visiting Akita when you want to try some kiritanpo nabe. This post will introduce 5 spots where you can feel like visiting Akita and enjoy some kiritanpo nabe.

Nancy
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Awesome Nabe at Akakara! Spiciness from level 0 to 10! [Ikebukuro]

Akakara Nabe is a fun izakaya located in Ikebukuro's Sunshine Street that serves awesome Nagoya-style food. In addition to great tebasaki (chicken wings), fried shrimp, and other izakaya specialties, the restaurant's featured item is nabe, or Japanese-style hot-pot. The hot pots feature a rich red miso base and a spiciness level from 0 to 10!!

favy
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9 Top Motsunabe Restaurants in Fukuoka You Must Visit

Motsunabe is a Fukuoka residents' soul food. The taste of the rich soup, sweet cabbage and succulent shrimp is just irresistible. This time I would like to introduce the restaurants which are loved by both local people as well as tourists. Check out each restaurant's specials.

Naomi
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Kiritanpo Nabe: Akita Style Hot Pot!

"Kiritanpo" is a traditional dish of Akita made from freshly harvested rice. Did you actually know that it's not difficult to make kiritanpo on your own? Kiritanpo is delicious eaten by itself but more enjoyable when added into nabe, a Japanese hot pot dish. This post will introduce both kiritanpo and kiritanpo nabe recipes you can try on your own.

Nancy
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Two Types Of Famous Nabe (Hotpots) In Fukuoka You Should Try!

In Fukuoka, there are two types of famous "nabe" (hotpots): "mizutaki" and "motsunabe". The first is made with chicken broth, and the second is made with innards. You should try both while you're in Fukuoka!

Lili Wanderlust
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Nabe Tokyo: Where To Eat & Which To Eat

One of the most popular Japanese cuisines in winter "nabe", a hot pot dish. This post will be a perfect restaurant guide when you want to enjoy some nabe. This post covers most of the kinds of nabe, from the most popular sukiyaki and shabu shabu to the unique ones, such as motsunabe.

Nancy
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Deep Osaka: One-person Hot-Pot and Sukiyaki at 'Nabeya'

'Deep Osaka' articles take you to Osaka restaurants that are off the beaten path and probably unknown to most tourists. This time, we're visiting 'Nabeya,' a local Osaka joint specializing in sukiyaki and nabe dishes.

DeLong
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Gyu Nabe Iron: Perfect Place For A First Date In Tokyo

For people looking for a good place for a first date, you should mark this one down. Without a doubt, Gyu Nabe Iron (hot pot cuisine) will impress your date!

tabikamome
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Kani Nabe Tokyo: King Of Winter Cuisines In Japan!

In Japan, there are various kinds of delicious dishes you can enjoy in winter. Especially, nabe, hot pot dishes are one of the favorites of Japanese. Kani nabe, a nabe dish with crabs is even referred to as the king of all winter cuisines. This post will introduce you to some spots where you can enjoy kani nabe in many ways from shabu shabu to all you can eat, buffet style.

Nancy
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Akakara (Sunshine Street in Ikebukuro): Excellent Affordable Izakaya!

Akakara on Sunshine Street of Ikebukuro is the perfect izakaya for a fun evening with friends. You'll love their tasty Nagoya specialties and the awesome atmosphere.

favy
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Soon to Open Hakata Gekijou in Akabane, Tokyo

Brace yourselves!! A Hakata Gekijou restaurant is opening very soon in Akabane, Tokyo!!! It is an Izakaya inspired by the stalls in Hakata, Kyushu. And It is a hospitable dining experience.

Lili Wanderlust

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