Isaza's Junjun introduction
In the Kohoku and Kosai regions, sukiyaki is called “Junjun”. Isaza, also known as Lake Biwa Hakchin, is an endemic species of Lake Biwa. It has a light taste of white, especially those from autumn to January, the bones are soft and delicious. The spring onion junjun, which has increased its sweetness and sweetness in winter, is a local dish of the lake that warms up by everyone.
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