Tokyo’s huge Tsukiji fish market is a popular spot for foreign visitors, who enjoy watching the trading as well as being able to enjoy fresh seafood close by. Now, there’s an unusual treat available also at Tsukiji called “maguro-yaki.” The griddle cakes, which contain a sweet bean filling, closely resemble the already popular confection known as “tai-yaki,” except these are shaped like *maguro* (tuna) instead of *tai* (sea bream).
Blog News about Japan 未分類
Japan’s Oldest “Ekiben”
The oldest ekiben (boxed meal sold 続きを読む…