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Yakiniku in Kyoto (Japanese style grilled beef)

Yakiniku in Kyoto (Japanese style grilled beef)
Yakiniku (Japanese (Korean) style grilled beef) 京の焼き肉 Yakiniku (Japanese style grilled beef) 焼き肉 Foodies everywhere seem to be very interested in Japanese beef, the fabled wagyu (和牛) these days. Kyoto, the ancient capital is actually not much of a ‘beef’ or ‘Japanese steakhouse’ town, but Kyoto does have several ‘old’ and famous beef establishments, for example Mishima-tei (三嶋亭). Omigyu (近江牛) from Shiga Prefecture, just over the…

home cooking: Sanma-no-shioyaki (Salt-grilled Pacific Saury)

home cooking: Sanma-no-shioyaki (Salt-grilled Pacific Saury)
Sanma-no-shioyaki (Salt-grilled Pacific Saury) 秋刀魚の塩焼き Sanma-no-shioyaki (Salt-grilled Pacific sanma) - teaser Quick and simple, a 10 minute wonder, fresh sanma is delectable. One of the best preparations of fish in Japanese cuisine is ‘shio yaki.’ shio means salt and yaki means grilled. Fish in Japan is something that is often eaten raw, so you can be sure that generally all fish in Japan is…

Torito – Kyoto style yakitori (grilled chicken)

Torito – Kyoto style yakitori (grilled chicken) Torito - Kyoto style yakitori (grilled chicken) - preview Torito signature dish and Torito storefront ‘sign’ Yakitori (Japanese grilled chicken) is one of Japan’s distinctive meals, it provides a vast and imaginative variety of flavors and textures. What’s more, yakitori is cooked! So, if you are not into the raw delicacies of Japan, with yakitori you can experience something both new and…
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