Suganuma is really a perfect place to escape from the humdrum of the city. More from the personal account of our Writer, Anissa who tasted grilled mochi, with the breath of fresh air from the mountains, and watched the picturesque beauty of snow covered houses.
Customers who visit understand that the restaurant offers what you can’t find in many other shops of the same genre: unconventional creativity.
If you've never had fresh yellowtail caught locally during the peak of winter, you must (it’s referred to as kan-buri (寒ブリ) which means “Winter Yellowtail”). It's incredibly tasty, and with a touch of soy sauce, it’s sheer melt-in-your-mouth savorlicious!
When you are handed a piece of juicy, crispy chicken on a stick, dripping delicious tare or sprinkled with shio, no good manners are expected. In Japan, the land where cleanliness and order is revered, having a hearty meal of yakitori can be soul repairing.
Yutenji is a place where time flows unconditionally slow, despite the fact that it is located right next to one of Japan’s busiest cities.
Ordinary sushi can be found everywhere in Japan. However, one may notice that many restaurants gradually create new and creative styles of their own. They tend to combine sushi with other foods, for example, fried chicken, hamburger steak, shrimp and mayonnaise, or even chocolate banana!