My grandparents live Gifu, Takayama, Japan.
The kanji for Takayama is 高山.
高=Taka, translates to, in this instance, “tall”. 山= Yama, translates to “mountain.” Meaning that my grandparents live on a tall mountain. Whenever I visit them, I always have to eat my favorite snack. Continue reading
Nagoya is Japan’s fourth most populated city and it is home to automaking giants Toyota, Honda, Mitsubishi Motors. Nagoya castle is a prominent historical monument and historically, Nagoya is a region where samurai and ninja culture has evolved. Continue reading
1.Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki: Kansai Style v. Hiroshima Style! It’s the big debate. which style okonomiyaki is better. If you have read my other pages, then you have to know that my love for noodles is like no other. Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki is distinct because of the yakisoba noodles that it is fused with. Continue reading
Okinawa is the most southern region in Japan. With heavy western influences, the culture and dialect spoken in Okinawa make it very unique from the rest of the country.
There are many distinct dishes in Okinawa that are extremely tasty. Here are some of the most popular food items: Continue reading