Hegisoba is a noodle dish specialty from Niigata. It has a unique presentation and a special ingredient that provides a unique texture when you bite it. Let’s look closer at the culinary history behind this fantastic dish, and why is it important.
Despite being the country’s capital, Tokyo is not typically considered the center of Japanese culture. Tourists rarely prefer a tea ceremony in this contemporary, multicultural city over shopping or a trip to the newest attraction.
If you are looking for a getaway land to enjoy all the best typical attractions of Japan, Nikko’s ancient cultural sites, natural landscapes, and hot springs, are perfect for you!
Because of Yokohama’s history as an international port city, this bayside jewel has much to offer to locals and tourists in terms of entertainment, events, and food.
The beauty of powdered Japanese green teas is their versatility in cooking and making drinks. In this case, the hojicha’s roasted and earthy flavors put a comforting, nutty spin on any treats and beverages.