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Blog posts for tag: Japanese

Weird and Wonderful Holiday Experiences

19 Dec 2016
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Japan is often regarded as Weird Central, the type of place where bizarre happenings are everyday occurrences, where strange customs and innovations roam free, lying in wait to ensnare and intimidate the nearest unsuspecting tourist. However, a closer look will reveal that most of Japan’s supposedly eccentric innovations are actually pretty smart…

Ichiryu Really Pops Our Lids With Its Authentic Udon Noodles

23 Sep 2016
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Our food arrives in waves, allowing us to wrap our chopsticks around piping hot dishes such as the chicken cutlet, its tender breast coated in breadcrumbs and slashed with a vibrant orange sweet and slightly spicy sauce…

Fantastic Ways to Experience Diverse Japan

6 Sep 2016
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Japan is a fascinating country, with a diverse landscape, both in nature and culture. The large cities can be very different to more rural areas. And the country offers up something for everyone. Different people think of different things when they consider Japan. For some people, the first thing that comes to mind is the food…

Better late than never at the exciting new Shoryu Ramen, Covent Garden

22 Aug 2016
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Punctuality has never been my strong point. My friends know to add at least 15 minutes to whatever meeting time that I suggest and will bring their Kindle if the date was made more than a few days ago…

Japanese Culinary Academy Holds Court at Selfridge’s Corner Restaurant

1 Mar 2016
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The Japanese Culinary Academy is a collective of chefs from London’s finest and most prestigious Japanese restaurants who have given themselves the mission of educating the British public in why they should eat Japanese cuisine and, more importantly, how to do it properly...