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Delicious Tempura Restaurants in Kyoto and the Surrounding Area

Delicious Tempura Restaurants in Kyoto and the Surrounding Area

Tempura is a gourmet specialty you should definitely try when you visit Japan. It is a Japanese food made with ingredients such as seafood and vegetables which are coated in a batter made of flour, eggs, and water and fried in oil. With its irresistible crispy coating, piping hot tempura is addictive from the first bite and is a favorite food of Japanese people. This time we will introduce some recommended tempura restaurants in Kyoto and its surrounding areas, including some restaurants in Osaka and Hyogo, that you should try!

20 Delicacies and Restaurants You Can't Miss in the Gourmet City of Osaka

20 Delicacies and Restaurants You Can't Miss in the Gourmet City of Osaka

Good food is an essential part of traveling. Known as the city where you "eat until you drop", Osaka is home to numerous food-enthusiasts and offers a large variety of specialties, among which takoyaki and okonomiyaki are just the tip of the iceberg. This article provides a list of 20 dishes and restaurants you can't miss in the gourmet city of Osaka.

[Osaka] 10 Recommend Wagyu Yakiniku Restaurants in Umeda, Namba, and Shinsaibashi

[Osaka] 10 Recommend Wagyu Yakiniku Restaurants in Umeda, Namba, and Shinsaibashi

Wagyu (high-quality Japanese beef) is highly regarded throughout the world for its quality and flavor, and is one of the things that visitors from abroad should definitely try out in Japan. This article will showcase some places where you can indulge in Wagyu in the popular shopping area of Osaka that includes Umeda, Namba, and Shinsaibashi.

Kanto vs Kansai: 6 Major Food Culture Differences

Kanto vs Kansai: 6 Major Food Culture Differences

The Kanto and Kansai regions are very different in terms of culture, customs, and eating habits. Although the two places are only a 2.5 hour ride away on the shinkansen (bullet train) nowadays, in the past, travel between the two was difficult, resulting in each region having its own distinctive culture. How exactly are Kanto and Kansai different? The food culture differences between the two regions and the possible causes of these phenomena will be introduced in detail below.

Kanto vs Kansai: 6 Major Food Culture Differences

Kanto vs Kansai: 6 Major Food Culture Differences

The Kanto and Kansai regions are very different in terms of culture, customs, and eating habits. Although the two places are only a 2.5 hour ride away on the shinkansen (bullet train) nowadays, in the past, travel between the two was difficult, resulting in each region having its own distinctive culture. How exactly are Kanto and Kansai different? The food culture differences between the two regions and the possible causes of these phenomena will be introduced in detail below.

10 Select Restaurants in Osaka Serving Kaiseki Cuisine

10 Select Restaurants in Osaka Serving Kaiseki Cuisine

Since the Edo period (1603-1868), all manner of produce from across Japan have passed through the hub of Osaka, and over time, the city has accumulated a rich trove of Japanese cuisine. Even today, the city's wealth of food selection is extremely popular among both Japanese natives and visitors from abroad. One of Osaka’s many genres of Japanese cuisine is called kaiseki cuisine (traditional Japanese course cuisine). The following is an introduction to 10 restaurants which serve it in exemplary fashion.

10 Select Restaurants in Osaka Serving Kaiseki Cuisine

10 Select Restaurants in Osaka Serving Kaiseki Cuisine

Since the Edo period (1603-1868), all manner of produce from across Japan have passed through the hub of Osaka, and over time, the city has accumulated a rich trove of Japanese cuisine. Even today, the city's wealth of food selection is extremely popular among both Japanese natives and visitors from abroad. One of Osaka’s many genres of Japanese cuisine is called kaiseki cuisine (traditional Japanese course cuisine). The following is an introduction to 10 restaurants which serve it in exemplary fashion.

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