Mie’s dining table not only beautiful!
My girly friend is uploading beautiful homemade food to Instagram. She told me that she uses local (Mie) 's selected materials abundantly.
Looking for a sweet heart is pleased with
Let's take a camera with one hand in search of Mie's unique sweet harmony which is a treasure trove of food.
Mie Craft Beer That The World Demands
What kind of beer do people want to drink around the world?
I visited three breweries to know the background.
Travel Treasure House of Sushi Topping - Mie’s Sushi
Eat the season of the region in that place.
Please enjoy this foodie trip with me.
In Mie and Tokyo, the history of Western Cuisine is being woven into the future. A pure spirit becomes the seed of joy.
Striving to catch up to and surpass the West, it was the era of the “Rich Country, Strong Army” slogan.
Anko sweet red bean paste culture has deep roots in Mie Prefecture.
The spirit of a long-established anko house, refusing to be swayed by trends and taking pride in its own individual aesthetic.
“I hate when things aren’t done right.” declares Yukio.
I haven’t heard such sharp words in a long time.
Into Mie’s world of tea. Savoring the genuine article in the place it was grown.
I want to visit the tea fields to learn about, taste, and enjoy the real thing.
Makomo, egoma, yuzu, and beauty.
“It has a nice smell, like herbal tea, doesn’t it?”
A sunny island, Toshijima’s fatty sawara, and the flair of a professional.
Both chefs continue to cook as they elicit the laughter of the fishermen.
People and nature blend together, a very special soba.
Partaking of this soba in the midst of this natural beauty, one can see that the bonds between the people here and nature will grow ever stronger.
“It Just Suits Us.” A soba artist back from the UK, a family that creates joy.
In everyone’s life, there is a turning point.
Nabari, hidden fortress of the Ninja. In this place, one person is building a bridge to the future with food.
Successful community life depends on many people coming together and sharing their thoughts.
In Pursuit of The Wellspring of Japanese Beauty
I traveled to Ise, home of the Ise Grand Shrine. I spent two days in the Minami Ise neighborhood, which retains the ambiance of traditional Japan, searching for the wellspring of Japanese beauty.
Fishing villages in Mie and Shikoku have similar accents.
A bonito pilgrimage, a culinary journey.
Strolling around the port, I bump into a certain Mama.
Japanese luxury from Ise-Shima
A bicycle trip pursuing regional delicacies in Mie.
Mie, land of food and sake. Town of ninjas brews sake and delivers it to the world.
Mie, the land suitable for brewing sake. Exploring the secret of its taste.
On a culinary journey: Mie’s changing seasons expressed in sushi.
The best of the local food. Eating hidden delicacy, Watari-Gaki oyster.
If you don’t come here, you can’t eat it; the flavor of prawns beloved in fishing villages.
Pursuing the unknown shrimp praised by local fishermen as tasting better than Ise-ebi lobster.
Why is Mie called “The Delicious Country”? It’s all about the water!
About "water," the source fostering "Umashi-kuni, Mie (Delicious country, Mie)."
One Piece, found in the East Kishu
Sea with Mountain, forest with mountain, and living with town.
A Local Favorite - Matsusaka’s Downtown Yakiniku Barbeque
Heartwarming food culture full of friendly atomosphere of downtown.
The flavors of Ise are in the very DNA of this dynamic chef: Reflecting on the flavors of home.
Gourmandise, such as modern Japanese-style western food culture, is one of the features of Ise-shi, Mie.
A Culinary Adventure with Some Visitors from Overseas
A Food Trip to Iga, Home of the Ninja
Four overseas visitors with an interest in Mie food culture have come to Iga in search of delicious tastes unknown outside of Japan. Let’s follow them on their adventure!