For lunch or dinner in Hakuba, Nagano, visit this private teppanyaki restaurant called Sarugaku. The teppanyaki room can only hold up to 6 people, hence their priority on those with reservations. If you are looking for a fun dinner then Sarugaku is the best choice. Enjoy the high quality Japanese-style fresh beef and fried rice risotto prepared by the expert chef at your table. Also read: It’s time to meet Nagano, Japan Preparing teppanyaki for guests Appetizer (sweet potato, tuna, prawn and peach) Main Dish: Pork Teppanyaki Contact Details: GO! NAGANO (Nagano Prefecture Official Tourism Guide) www.go-nagano.net Sarugaku Restaurant 3020-957 Hokujo, Hakuba Village, Nagano *This story first appeared in Philippine Primer magazine April […]
Located in the mountains of Nagano is a famous restaurant known for its handmade Soba noodles. On the way to Norikura Kogen, stop by at Gurinderu Restaurant to have lunch. Here, try the famous dishes of Nagano – soba noodles! Gurinderu is only open 4 hours a day and they only make limited amounts of their handmade noodles. Try their Kamo Nanban (¥1480), a buckwheat hot noodle served with duck meat. Another must-try is the Zaru Soba, a cold noodle served with homemade dipping sauce. Kamo Nanban at Gurinderu Restaurant Zaru Soba (buckwheat cold noodle served in bamboo tray with dipping sauce) Details: GO! NAGANO (Nagano Prefecture Official Tourism Guide) […]
Update, as of September 21, 2017: Chao Chao Gyoza is no longer operational. The two-time winner of the best gyoza in Japan makes its way to Manila! Chao Chao Gyoza opens in BGC Apart from ramen, sushi, and takoyaki, one of the most popular Japanese dishes that became a certified Filipino favorite is gyoza. These tender, scrumptious, meat-filled dumplings definitely make a party in anyone’s mouth, making it a dish that’s imply irresistible. And here comes the good news for gyoza-lovers: Japan’s well-loved gyoza hub is finally in Manila! Chao Chao Gyoza of Hokkaido and Okinawa, opens its first branch at the W City Center in Bonifacio Global City. The […]
Filipinos and Japanese have a shared love for food, especially grilled food and table cooking. It’s quick, easy, and very social: another thing that Filipinos and Japanese have in common. Whenever you’re in Cebu, make sure you visit Kushiyaki Chikuzenya, where you can enjoy great-tasting grilled food and table cooking.