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Menya Musashi: "The cooks are animated in the open kitchen, with the head noodle chef constantly yelling as he pulls noodles from boiling water. . ."

Menya Musashi: "The cooks are animated in the open kitchen, with the head noodle chef constantly yelling as he pulls noodles from boiling water. . ."

Great post with a list of unique things about Japanese food and eating in Japan via @caskifer

21 Things You Should Know About Japanese Food

Great post with a list of unique things about Japanese food and eating in Japan via @caskifer

Nagashi somen, or flowing noodles, is an exciting summer time dining experience where bundles of noodles are sent down a bamboo trough filled with ice cold water. As the noodles flow by you catch them with your chopsticks and place them in your bowl of broth. #japan #noodles:

Nagashi somen, or flowing noodles, is an exciting summer time dining experience where bundles of noodles are sent down a bamboo trough filled with ice cold water. As the noodles flow by you catch them with your chopsticks and place them in your bowl of broth. #japan #noodles:

The Ultimate Tokyo Travel Guide for Food Lovers - http://migrationology.com/2014/03/tokyo-travel-guide-for-food-lovers/

The Ultimate Tokyo Travel Guide for Food Lovers - http://migrationology.com/2014/03/tokyo-travel-guide-for-food-lovers/

Matcha Soft-Serve at Nishiki Market

Finding Tea in Kyoto, Japan

Matcha Soft-Serve at Nishiki Market

Yakitori master, Tokyo, Japan | by Simon Le Moal

Yakitori master, Tokyo, Japan | by Simon Le Moal

Mutekiya in Ikebukuro - Confused ABC | confusedabc.com

Mutekiya in Ikebukuro - Confused ABC | confusedabc.com

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10 course crab kaiseki set Kani Doraku Tokyo, Japan

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From traditional arts and crafts to kimono and matcha green tea sweets, there are a lot of things you can only find in Kyoto. Here we will introduce some great souvenirs to remind you of your time traveling in the old capital.

From traditional arts and crafts to kimono and matcha green tea sweets, there are a lot of things you can only find in Kyoto. Here we will introduce some great souvenirs to remind you of your time traveling in the old capital.

The Sriracha Cookbook

The Sriracha Cookbook

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