Many Bowls are Everywhere

Hey! It’s Daichi! Thanks for reading and like, alway! Our previous article was 親子丼(O ya ko do n, it is Chicken and egg bowl). Have you read it? Actually, there are other bowls in japan without it. For example, かつ丼(ka tsu do n)、天丼(te n do n)、and 牛丼(gyu do n). They are famous for Japanese bowl … Continue reading Many Bowls are Everywhere

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The Bowl is full of Happiness

Hey! It’s Daichi! Thanks for reading and like, always! Yesterday, my lunch was fantastic O ya ko do n(親子丼 means Chicken and egg bowl)! Do you know that? This is the photo I ate. This is the best one I’ve ever had in my life. This restaurant is in Ginza and at the top of … Continue reading The Bowl is full of Happiness

Fish Market is not only famous for Fish…

Hey! It's Daichi! Thanks for reading and your like! How's it going? Thank you for your like always! If you like, let's talk with us! We have account of Twitter and Instagram! Please check them out too and follow us! In our previous our article, I introduced “Tsukiji” a little. Tsukiji is super famous for … Continue reading Fish Market is not only famous for Fish…

He is Standing by Ramen

Hey! It's Daichi! Thanks for reading and your like! A previous our article was about Ramen. Actually, Japanese Ramen restaurants are divided into 2 order types. One is, general restaurants as well, you order the server. The other is you buy a ticket at machine and give it server to order. Most Japanese Ramen restaurants … Continue reading He is Standing by Ramen

Ra Ra Ramen♬

Hey! It’s Daichi! Thanks for reading and your like! I often see a lot of foreign people making a long line to Ramen restaurant. I also like Ramen. Especially, I really like Tsukemen (dipping noodle). I have heard Ramen is very popular with foreign people. Actually, Ramen is divided into 4 types depending on soup, … Continue reading Ra Ra Ramen♬

A habit of Japanese after meals

Hey! It's Daichi! Thanks for reading always! Nice to see you again! Yesterday, I introduced "I ta da ki ma su"(いただきます) that is a habit and a kind of greeting before meals. Actually, Japanese has other one after meals. When you finish eating dinner or you are satisfied and enough, put your palms together And … Continue reading A habit of Japanese after meals