salmon grilled in Saikyo

I ate salmon grilled in Saikyo. By soaking salmon in miso, it becomes soft and turns into a high-class salmon. The power of miso is amazing ♪.#Japan.#healthy food.#Japanese food.#Japanese culture.https://masamiyake.com

fluffy omelet rice

I ate fluffy omelet rice. The point is the fluffy eggs on the chicken rice! This is a recipe for the hot dandelion-style omelet rice “Tanpopo omelet rice” that everyone loves. Professional#Japan.#healthy food.#Japanese food.#Japanese culture.https://masamiyake.com

cream stew

I ate a cream stew. Stew is a general term for stewed dishes in which vegetables, meat, and seafood are stewed in soup stock or sauce. In French cuisine, the names are divided according to the cooking method and the type of pot, and in the name of the dish, Lagu is mentioned as the corresponding word.#Japan.#healthy food.#Japanese food.#Japanese culture.https://masamiyake.com

meat and potatoes

I ate meat and potatoes. Nikujaga is one of the Japanese stewed dishes.#Japan.#healthy food.#Japanese food.#Japanese culture.https://masamiyake.com

Chinese cabbage and meatballs

I ate Chinese cabbage and meatballs. The carefully simmered Chinese cabbage and meatballs that warm your body from the core are exquisite.#Japan.#healthy food.#Japanese food.#Japanese culture.https://masamiyake.com

Shimesaba

I ate Shimesaba. Kizushi is made by vinegar-tightening fish. It often refers to mackerel vinegar tightening, but there are also those using mackerel, horse mackerel, and sea bream. In the case of mackerel, it is similar to Shimesaba. In general, it is generally called “Kizushi” in western Japan and “Shimesaba” in eastern Japan. Although it is called sushi, it is generally eaten with fillets without rice.#Japan.#healthy food.#Japanese food.#Japanese culture.https://masamiyake.com

amazake

I drank amazake. Amazake (Amazake, Kanshu, Amazake) is a type of traditional Japanese sweet drink that looks like doburoku and is cloudy. Also called sweet porridge.#Japan.#healthy food.#Japanese food.#Japanese culture.https://masamiyake.com

egg and soba noodles

I ate egg and soba noodles. “Egg Toji Soba” with beaten egg. If you keep the knack of adjusting the heat, it will spread big and fluffy with even fire.#Japan.#healthy food.#Japanese food.#Japanese culture.https://masamiyake.com

Jjigae pot

I ate Jjigae pot. Jjigae is one of the hot pot dishes on the Korean Peninsula, where kimchi, meat, seafood, and tofu are simmered in soup stock.#Japan.#healthy food.#Japanese food.#Japanese culture.https://masamiyake.com

beef stew

I ate beef stew. Stew (English: stew [stjuː]) is a general term for stewed dishes in which vegetables, meat, and seafood are stewed in soup stock or sauce .#Japan.#healthy food.#Japanese food.#Japanese culture.https://masamiyake.com