Kiritanpo Nabe

I ate Akita Prefecture’s famous Kiritanpo Nabe.  Kiritanpo is a food that is made by smashing glutinous rice that is wrapped in a cedar stick wrapped around the tip of the rice and removing it from the stick for easy consumption.  Akita prefecture local cuisine.  Simmer in chicken broth stock or cook with miso and bake.
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cream stew

I ate a cream stew.  Regular cream stew with menu rankings that you will want to eat again and again.  The best soup is a mix of vegetable umami and cream, but its taste and flavor are enhanced with a little hidden taste.
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beef stew

I ate beef stew.  A stew with a delicious flavor of meat and vegetables simmered in a simmering sauce.  The countries of the world seem to enjoy various stews.
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grilled salmon

I ate chan-chan grilled salmon.  Chanchan-yaki is a Japanese local dish made by grilling salmon and other fish and vegetables and seasoning with miso.  It is a specialty dish of a fisherman town in Hokkaido.
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Oden

I ate oden.  Oden is a kind of boiled food among Japanese dishes.  It is also classified as a hot pot dish.  Season the soup stock taken with bonito and lobster, add sweet potatoes, hanpen, grilled chikuwa, tsumire, salmon, radish, persimmon, ganmodoki, chikuwa, streaks, boiled eggs, deep-fried, and various other seeds.  Stew time.  The type of oden seed and soup varies depending on the region and home.
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nabeyaki udon

I ate nabeyaki udon.  Nabeyaki udon is a type of stewed udon that uses noodle.  In the udon shop, it is simply called “nabeyaki”.  Mentsuyu and udon are placed in a small earthenware pot or aluminum pot for one person, and then boiled with ingredients such as salmon, shiitake mushrooms, fried chicken, shrimp tempura, raw eggs, and salmon.  Serve boiling and eat directly from the pan. #Japan
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puffer fish

I ate puffer fish overnight.  Winter feast “Fugu”.  When you eat at home, it’s a classic way to make a hot pot, but why not try “Dried overnight” that you can make immediately?#Japan
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Keema Curry

I ate Keema Curry.  Introducing keema curry that can be easily made with curry powder!  Keema curry can be made without simmering, so it’s nice to be able to make it quickly when you want to eat curry.
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Sukiyaki

I ate sukiyaki.  Sukiyaki is a Japanese dish where meat and other ingredients are baked or boiled in a shallow iron pan.  The seasoning is soy sauce, sugar, liquor, etc., and a combination of them in advance is used.  Thin sliced ​​beef is used for general sukiyaki, and ingredients such as leek, Chinese cabbage, sengiku, shiitake, grilled tofu, shirataki, and salmon are added.
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stewed ramen

I ate stewed ramen.  Even children can eat plenty of vegetables!  Introducing “Simmered Ramen”.
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