I was asked “mild, spicy or very spicy?” and was gently warned 3 times about my very spicy selection. I didn't play it safe. Perhaps I should have… I ate it all thought.
Japanese chicken skewers and Sapporo lager beer
Breaded deep-fried pork cutlet. Served with rice and white cabbage.
There’s no menu at this very intimate 4-seats eating place, instead, the chef and host of the place prepare food in front of you, based on what she have in the kitchen right at that moment. The folks next to us did not get the same things for example...
Baumkuchen is a labor-intensive German cake and a popular dessert in Japan.
I brought this back from Tokyo as a gift for someone, sweet and spicy felt perfect for her personality and DIY Gardening just made total sense.
Indulgence at the Spring Valley Brewery Japan. The pairing degustation was well curated and presented. Great thing happen to those who get lost (sometime).
Nobody does retail like Japan. Nobody.
A event space carrying Yanaka craft-beer and Kayaba bakery. Somehow breakfast Sake made its way on stage.
One of the most stimulating street event in New York City is the Chinese New Year’s parade. It is loud and visually striking. I love it!
The best pizza I’ve ever had was in Tokyo. Period. The owner spent several years in Napoli, learning the art of Pizza making from a renown master pizzaiolo. He then came back to Tokyo to share his passion and perfect the craft.
From very subtle flavor to very pronounced taste, Japanese drinks and snacks deliver the excitement.
Somewhere in the world, a chicken is being fried for breakfast. And I’m glad to be there.
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Miyakawa is a tiny restaurant in Aoyama, Tokyo. It specialize in Kansai-style tempura, which use sunflower oil instead of the sesame.
MadeHere PDX is a shop proudly dedicated to Portland-based makers, artists and designers.
detection Self Edge, Danner Store, Union Way, Wieden+Kennedy, Old Town Chinatown