TripAdvisor Reviews Motoyu Magokuro Takayama
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... is the chanwashi which is a steamed egg custard, but I do like eggs so might notice that have chosen egg 3 ways. Just for your amusement I also chose the fries - I think they are a version of hash browns - I promise I didn't eat them -we'll maybe one or two. Gotta love the smiling and posing bento lady at the train station. Each train station sells a variety of bento boxes which you get to take and eat on the train. Amazing! The trains are so ...
... and styles that Kate and I have been collecting. Real people looking just like they do in the 'mooks' - which I am reliably informed by the internet is the proper word for Japanese craft magazines/books - which I love so dearly. The food has been great, as expected! Tonight we had a seafood feast of grilled mackerel, grilled squid, clams , and octopus okinomaki, plus the usual rice, pickles, salad and other sundries. I am in heaven, and it sure does make a ...
... controlled by uniformed men in white gloves who fill your car. Stop traffic and wave you away. There is no rubbish anywhere. Lunch was in a 6 person soba noodle shop run by one middle aged woman. Two bowls of noodles, tempura, exotic mushroom and grated vegetable in Bonito broth for ¥12000 ($12). Afternoon is a 20 minute bus ride to the Hida folk village and a wander around a traditional alpine village which has buildings moved to ...
... Custard Taiyaki (Fish shaped pan cake with filling)
· Sushi train
o Ebi (Shrimp)
o Salt water Eel
o Marbled Tuna
o Tempura Corn
o Tamago (Omelette)
o Chicken ...
... former traditional houses that were dismantled and moved from their original locations in the area to this village for preservation. On the way to the village I am intrigued by a massive wood carving. Just before the village I encounter “ The Seven Gods of Good Fortune Museum”. The story goes that the owner had agreed to contribute to costs of a commissioned carving of one of the gods and when it ...