The Japanese countryside and its rice fields in the Gunma prefecture.
Yakitori night with two french daddies from the school – good food, good chat.
Staying at a nice ryokan means having a chance to enjoy delicious food always. I just wish they had options for breakfast: I just can’t eat salty stuff when I wake up – I need coffee and bread.
Eating soba at Ouchijuku: leek soba is their specialty – quite good.
Chazuke (茶漬け, ちゃづけ) or ochazuke (お茶漬け) is a simple – some would say lousy – Japanese dish made by pouring hot liquid (tea, soup) over cooked rice with some toppings (pickles, salmon…). Here with mentaiko – yummy !
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With the cold weather back in Tokyo, it’s time to enjoy some delicious Oden!
Who said we cannot eat good meat in Japan?
Sushi in the making by the master !
Last evening in Kaoshiung, Taiwan: enjoying local beverages – Taiwan Beer !