Category: Japanese Cuisine ( Page 1 / 10 )

All about washoku and other traditional Japanese cuisine, such as kaiseki-ryori, kyodo-ryori (traditional local specialties), shojin-ryori (vegan meals served at Buddhist temples) sansai (wild mountain vegetables), obanzai (traditional Kyoto everyday cuisine), tsukemono (pickled vegetables), and much more.

Five Flavors of Sendai

While Sendai isn’t known for very much beyond its Tanabata festival and grave site of Date Masamune, the city is making competition to be the food capital of the country. Other cities might be a kitchen, but Sendai chooses to be a science lab. Those with an adventurous stomach will enjoy every mouthful.

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