“Tendon,” where you eat tempura with crispy batter with rice and a sweet and spicy sauce, is a bit different from “te...
Yanagawa nabe (Yanagawa nabe) is a hot pot dish born in Edo that uses loaches.
Like “doze-nabe”, it is a loach hot p...
Oden is not a common name throughout Japan, and in the Kansai region, it is sometimes called “Kanto ni” or “Kanto coo...
Ryogoku, known as the town of sumo, is home to Ryogoku Kokugikan, famous for sumo, and is said to be the sacred place...
It is a ramen that brings out the sweetness of the onion. The soup is based on soy sauce flavor and features sweetnes...
Originally, the land was not suitable for rice production, and the abundance of water draining and spring water was s...
When baking on a teppan, from where you wrote letters with tane, “character yaki” → “monjayaki” came from... It is a ...
It is a regional dish of Edo where green onions and tuna are boiled in warishita (soy sauce, sake, misho, and soup st...
There seems to be a theory that Kujumochi in Kanto used the guitsuji to distinguish it from the Kansai region's “Kuzu...
It was the birthplace of Ginza in the 1930s, and is derived from the fact that the bean paste was put on the bean pas...
Nigiri sushi and nori rolls made from fresh seafood caught in Tokyo Bay are called Edomae-zushi and are made by sushi...
It is a traditional dish in downtown Tokyo, and its history dates back to the Meiji period. It is said that the name ...
Dumplings with feathers originated in Kamata, Ota Ward. It was sold since the 1980s. The crisp feeling of the feather...
A local dish of Edo with a history of over 200 years. There are Yanagawa-nabe, which is opened and stewed in warishit...
Originally it was a cover for fishermen near Fukagawa, and it was a dish for the common people. In the Edo period, th...
Kusayas are a specialty of Izu Islands. Dried fish soaked in fermented liquid called kusaya-liquid and dried horse ma...
Did you know that agepan is a gourmet originated in Ota-ku, Tokyo? It seems that it was originally born to improve nu...
Use shiira, medallis, alea, camellia, amberjack, and bonito caught on the island. Soy sauce is soaked in soy sauce, a...