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home cooking: Shake Gohan (Salmon Rice)

home cooking: Shake Gohan (Salmon Rice)
home cooking: Shake Gohan (Salmon Rice) 鮭ご飯 Shake Gohan (Salmon Rice) - preview This is a dish that is truly delicious beyond mere words. If there is no shake gohan in heaven, do you really want to go?…

home cooking: Wagyu Steak Donburi

home cooking: Wagyu Steak Donburi
home cooking: Wagyu Steak Donburi Wagyu Steak Donburi -- teaser The land of fish happens to produce the finest beef in the world as well. Japanese have a knack for perfecting things, whether it be fax machines, cameras, or the production of beef. You have probably heard of Japan’s excuisite beef, Wagyu (和牛) literally ‘Japanese beef’. Kobe-gyu (神戸牛) is surely the most famous Wagyu in…

Tenshu — tempura donburi in Gion

Tenshu — tempura donburi in Gion Tenshu Gion -- teaser Tenshu, located in Kyoto’s Gion district serves a famous tempura dinner course and an equally famous donburi at lunch. Tenshu is a very famous restaurant, countless celebrities and national politicians dine at Tenshu. On a weekend you can expect to wait 30 to 60 minutes to be seated for lunch!…

Omen – Udon, Kyoto Veggies, Ground Sesame

Omen – Udon, Kyoto Veggies, Ground Sesame 名代おめん Omen Udon Omen is best known for it’s udon noodle dishes. Omen has three restaurants in Kyoto and even one in New York City. We review the main restaurant near Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion) and The Philosopher’s Path.…

Takaraya Ramen Pontocho (宝屋ラーメン) — CLOSED

Takaraya Ramen (宝屋ラーメン) CLOSED — Unfortunately this excellent restaurant has suddenly closed as of November 2011. Takaraya (宝屋) features several dishes that are very ‘Kyoto’ in style and taste. The cuisine of Kyoto features subtly complex and sophisticated flavors. To the sensibilities of the ancient capital, the more understated, the better. Typically, ramen is anything but subtle. This makes Takaraya…
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