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  A high-class sushi restaurant in Kumamoto. Reservations are required. Aside from sushi, there are also a lot of delicacies served as appetizers along with sake (Japanese liquor).  ...
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  Open 24 hours, so coming over at night and even bringing your own food is no problem. The taste of food steamed from onsen (hot springs) is irresistible. Onsen use is also permitted....
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One of Kumamoto’s signature dishes, horse meat is most frequently enjoyed with soy source, grated ginger, garlic, and seasoned with garnishes such as minced leak. As the oils and natural juices from t...
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Ikinari dango is made using slices of raw sweet potato and moderately sweet anko (red-bean paste), which are wrapped in dough (along with a pinch of salt) made from wheat flour and then steamed. This...
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Kumamoto ramen is a dish that consists of thick, strong noodles served inside a rich soup made with pork bones. Garlic is a key feature of Kumamoto ramen, with garlic chips, as well as garlic oil used...
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A breed of chicken that was extinct in the early Showa period, the Amakusa Daio was resurrected and brought back into existence following half a century of scientific research. Its large size is...
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Hitomoji refers to Wakegi (a type of scallion or green onion). Hitomoji has been the name used for this vegetable in Kumamoto for some time now.  In order to get the desired texture of the dish,...
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(Chili Lotus Root) One of Kumamoto’s local delicacies, this dish is a boiled lotus root stuffed with a chili miso paste (made from a mix of miso, chili powder and honey) and deep fried.* The origin...
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Local dishes “Dagoshiru” and “Takanameshi” can both be enjoyed in Kumamoto. For the “dago” (dumplings), visitors choose from 2 types of soft “rice dago” that are made with homemade glutinous rice f...
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“Kaisendon” (lit. “seafood bowl.” Raw fish, served in a bowl on top of rice), is made using fresh seafood caught in Amakusa (Kumamoto prefecture). 

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