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Sunday Evening in Katamachi

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Many Katamachi restaurants are closed on Sundays. I recommend the Spanish restaurant, Arosu, and the okonomiyaki restaurant, Kona. Arosu’s owner-chef studied in the kitchens of Spain, and his restaurant’s character is not your usual Japanese restaurant. It’s a popular place that will entertain you not only with food but also with talk and performances. If・・・

<Special Recommendation> Finding a Good Restaurant While Traveling

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Gourmet websites want to help you find good restaurants while you’re on the road, but websites are also profit-making businesses, so you need to be aware. Restaurants may be paying a fee to gourmet websites to promote services and attract attention. Such mutually beneficial relationships have the potential not only to help users but also・・・

Japanese Chef Prepares Chinese Cuisine at Izakaya Musashi

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In the Owari-cho area there used to be no Chinese restaurants, and that absence was noticed. Last year, Mei Mei, Marichou-K, and other authentic Chinese restaurants opened one after another. That’s good news for us all. Even so, I often go to the Japanese-style Izakaya Musashi for my Chinese food. Izakaya Musashi offers many other・・・

Creative Chinese Cuisine at Marichou-K

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Today I found myself in Owaricho having dinner with a group of community leaders at a Chinese restaurant called Malichou-K. Owaricho also boasts a much larger Chinese restaurant called Mei Mei, but today we were at the smaller Malichou-K. We ordered the “gomoku ankake” ramen, which is not on the menu. The noodles are straight・・・

First Premium Friday in Higashiyama Chaya

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February 24 was the first “Premium Friday.” The idea is to encourage everyone to leave work early and spend some money on the last Friday of every month. The increased consumer spending is supposed to strengthen the economy. Well, then, why not do it every day? As usual, I may have misunderstood something, so we・・・

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