All for shabu-shabu, Kobe beef, Yonezawa beef, Matsuzaka beef from the left. It’s hard to compare such a luxurious meal, but we enjoyed it with my daughter last night. I personally think Matsusaka beef was the best! The photo below, when my wife was preparing it, Konatsu wanted it, but Konatsu didn’t know if she could get it, so she pretended not to see it and put up with it.
It seems that it’s pitiful to keep facing sideways without looking in the direction of the table (lol)
As an extra edition, it is a soba travelogue. It’s difficult to explain in English, but Nagano Prefecture, where I traveled this time, is famous for soba noodles. I went to two soba restaurants, so I’m introducing them. The English translation is omitted below.
Since the state of emergency was declared again, more and more restaurants in our town have closed their stores and are only open for take-out. Last night, I decided to order a takeaway from my favorite Italian “Trattoria Fossetta” and have some delicious food at home.
前菜盛り合わせ7品 小盛りパスタ2種から一品 お魚料理、お肉料理 から一品 自家製フォカッチャ
The menu is
7 appetizer platter One item from two types of small pasta One dish from fish dishes and meat dishes Homemade focaccia
I brought it back in this state, but it wouldn’t taste good if I ate it as it was, so I put it back on a plate.
This looks more delicious, doesn’t it? First of all, from the appetizer platter
I asked the staff to choose “If it’s a wine that goes well with today’s food,” and brought it back.
Many people have come here from afar even though COVID-19 has spread again. It’s terrible. When I was driving with that in mind, I arrived at Kayagasaki.
When I went inside thinking that it was a good creation for an unmanned store …
A lot of frozen dumplings are lined up.
There is also a special sauce next to it …
という訳で、餃子1パック1,000円＋タレ200円を料金箱に入れてお買物終了。自動販売機かと思ったら、こんな売り方でした。お金を払わずに持って帰る人なんて日本にはいません！とお客を信頼しているシステムですが、このブログに海外からアクセスしてる人達には信じられないだろうね（笑） I thought it was a vending machine, but it was a system that puts money in a box and takes the product home. So I put 1200 yen in the box and finished shopping. No one in Japan takes it home without paying! It is a system that trusts customers, but can’t you believe it for people who access this blog from overseas?