Posted on January 25, 2017
Available until December 31, 2017
For my almost 20 years of stay in Japan, I think each prefecture have their own especialty. One of my favorite is okonomiyaki. I like Japanese oden too. Oden in each prefecture have their own version. I don't have so much details but, I have been to Shizuoka how many months ago. Their oden is soysauce or dark color. I stayed and lived in Osaka for like 16 years and I will never forget one robatta or izakaya in Namba.
They serve the food using a very big spatula. I have to share a picture of it. It is hard to explain. I am going to check it.
A fun experience might be Hokkaido as they specialize in seafood and dairy. Specially kingcrab
@Jparker6 I have always thought, that all Japanese like rice, not only the elder people. When I was in Japan everyone ate rice, what do you think guys?
You mean what people eat everyday in Japan? I know Japanese people likes eating rice, especially the elderly people.
Everywhere you can eat the most famous Japanese dishes, like sushi, ramen, udon etc., but regional cuisine in Japan is very developed as well. I don't know how about Nagoya, but Osaka region specialize in okonomiyaki, takoyaki and udon, while of specialities of Tokio are e.g. Monja-yaki or Fukagawa- meshi. Also, Tohoku region is famous for very fresh and delicious food, because the sea is colder there and many various kinds of seafood and dishes are cought in that sea. Anyone knows the other regional Japanese food? Plesae, share it!