I realize this is pretty belated, better late than never!!! I was lucky enough to visit Kanazawa, Japan for the holidays with my family. It is one of the lesser known places but definitely worth a visit if you love food and just need a break from the noise. From the perspective of a visitor, … More Kanazawa for the Holidays
Niseko Village in Hokkaido is pretty remote, so my family and I were surprised to find a French restaurant there, a Michelin-3-star no less. Umm…so yeah…I’ll let the pictures (and captions) do the talking… Amuse-bouche: Carrot mousse, raw oysters, mushroom and consommé flan – fun fact: Amuse-bouche translates literally to fun mouth or amuse mouth, … More Asperges: Fine French in Japan
Over break, I had the most wonderful vacation visiting Niseko Village in Japan, a ski area right by Sapporo. My schedule was as follows: Breakfast buffet Slopes Lunch buffet Slopes Onsen (hot springs) – amazing minerals for your skin and super relaxing !! Dinner at a given delicious restaurant Sleep (gain weight) We were there … More Sushi and Skiing
I had spent a long but wonderful summer in San Francisco, a city, I would argue, is one of the top culinary hot spots in the world. But I had also heard that food in Japan is unparalleled (from the likes of my father who has a very obsessive personality). So I arrived in Seoul … More Get Fat in Japan!!