Photo dump of food that didn’t make it into any other travel posts!
Richard has had various Japanese foods during the trip including tonkatsu, curry (cheated by having the two-in-one tonkatsu curry rice), ramen, karaage and yakiniku. The next on the list is sushi, and we wouldn’t accept any alternative, even if it means having airport sushi! There weren’t a lot of restaurants available after customs at Terminal […]
In true foodie spirit, I took a picture of almost every course I ate at the hotel we stayed at for the ski trip, and split the food section into this entry of its own! As mentioned in the post for Hotel Oak Forest (ホテル オークフォレスト) itself, the meals included in our ski package were […]
Richard and I finally joined the rest of the guys out for dinner in town tonight, the last night of our ski trip. It’s yakiniku time! The hotel was kind enough to take the six of us to our restaurant of choice tonight: Marukame (まるかめ) — a sumibi yakiniku place about a 5-minute drive away […]
A lot not pictured, but foods ticked off the list for this trip, in alphabetical order: Savoury: Curry fishballs (咖哩魚蛋) Fried dumpling (鍋貼) Pork chop bun (豬扒包) Seafood, Hong Kong style (海鮮) Siu mei, Hong Kong style roast meat (燒味) Steamed meat and vegetable bun (菜肉包) Sweet: Egg tart (蛋撻) Egg waffles (雞蛋仔) French toast, […]
I wish I had kept a better record of the various other restaurants we visited on our ski trip in Ishiuchi Maruyama other than the meals we had at the lodge we stayed at, or that Italian restaurant we visited near the summit. For now, this photo dump with captions will have to do!
Balena (バレーナ) is an Italian restaurant near the summit of Ishiuchi Maruyama (石打丸山) that required skiing to and going up several ski lifts, so it wasn’t quite an everyday restaurant that I could just pop in to try. The group had been there before and told me the food was really good; actually, they used […]