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Tag Archives: Okayama
The area around Niimi in Okayama Prefecture is famous for Chiya gyu, a type of Japanese beef known for its marbled meat which is very similar to Kobe beef.
I don’t know why, but Tsuyama in Northern Okayama Prefecture is the capital of horumon fried udon. It’s quite common for Japanese cities to build their reputation on a particular specialty, but it takes some gusto to build this fame … Continue reading
When I stumbled on the Tacostyle website http://taco-style.com, I was shocked to have visited Okayama City for the last 3 years without knowing about this place. Mexican food is always on my mind, but I guess some places are hard … Continue reading
Kojima is a small city in the shadow of the Seto Sea bridge not too far from Kurashiki city. Once you go past the industrial waste land of Mizushima, Kojima feels like a breath of fresh air.
I’ve been to Ajisen ramen shop 4 times in the last month or so, it’s that good! Ajisen ramen is often on my mind and as I write this, I am wondering when I can go back. Why is … Continue reading
French food in Japan, French restaurant in the middle of nowhere on the ever busy route 2, why not? I’ve driven in front of Chez Petit Lis a couple of time without even considering stopping there, it’s located between Fukuyama … Continue reading