All posts tagged "Japanese"

  • Kora Tei

    Even though you’ll find better okonomiyaki in Osaka, when in Kyoto, you would be hard-pressed to find a better source than Kora Tei. The Korean...

  • Tempura Matsu

    With the elderly Matsuno-San overseeing every detail of your meal, and his son, Toshio, supervising the kitchen crew, your meal at Tempura Matsu will be...

  • Raku

    Where do the chefs of Las Vegas go after they get off work? To the same place they’ve been going for years: Raku. This casual...

  • Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill

    As much as I love eating Japanese food off of The Strip (in the Seoul Plaza, on Spring Mountain Rd.) sometimes it’s just too inconvenient...

  • Nobu – Caesars Palace

    Yes, all of the familiar dishes are here: the hamachi jalapeño, the miso black cod and of course, the assortment of tiraditos inspired by Nobu’s...

  • Kabuto Edomae Sushi

    I can’t say enough about this little gem. Tucked away in the Seoul Plaza Strip Mall (one of the best places to eat in all...

  • Uchi/Uchiko

    If you’re tired of a weekend laced with smoked brisket, ribs and hot links, Austin is pleased to offer quite a bit more. These two...

  • Maido

    Chef Mitsuharu Tsumura’s father was from Osaka; his mother, from Peru. That mixture, known as “Nikkei,” results in dishes that marry both cultures. He draws...

  • Totto Ramen

    With three locations in Manhattan (two in Midtown, one in Hell’s Kitchen) and another in Boston, this cramped ramen spot delivers six variations of ramen,...

  • China & Nikkei Cuisine in Lima, Peru (PRI’s The World)

    Click below to hear my story from Lima, Peru, about the differences between chifa and nikkei cuisines.

  • Best Things I Ate in Vegas This Weekend

    Kinmedai at Mizumi (at The Wynn Las Vegas) If you’ve followed any of my posts from Japan – or frankly, anything I’ve written about Japanese...