Blog Posts - Izakaya



Cum ajung locurile mediocre in voga: Azi, Kanpai

Asa cum unii sunt stelisti de mici, asa sunt eu gurmanda de mica. Imi place mancarea. Si sofisticata, si de ceaun, si in restaurant, dar si la coltul strazii, imi place mancarea facuta de maica-mea si saramura lui unchi-miu. Cred ca as putea numara p...

Sake Matchmaker, Make Me a Match. What to Pair with Your Izakaya Grub at Robata Jinya. Los Angeles, CA.

A dizzying array of sake choices at Robata Jinya in Los Angeles Even in this era of the foodie, when most diners are asked what wine to pair with their meal, the response you'll likely still get is... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my web...
by Deep End Dining on Apr 11, 2016

An Authentic Izakaya Experience at Izakaya Ittoku (Boston, MA)

If you've met me in real life, you may have heard me complain about the lack of good ethnic food in Boston (with the exception of Brazilian and Jamaican food). Well, that's not quite true, because at least there is one authentic izakaya. Izay...
by Gourmet Pigs on Apr 9, 2016

Kangoku Inshoku Izakaya

監獄IN食Kangoku Inshoku is a bizarre prison-themed izakaya not far from Yabacho, Shin-Sakae or Tsurumai subway stations in downtown Nagoya.The interior is arranged on two floors with diners eating in their own cells behind iron bars. It's pret...
by Japan Visitor on Feb 15, 2016

[Gulodicas] Americanos elegem os 12 melhores restaurantes de SP

Está sem ideia para escolher um restaurante bacana em São Paulo? Pode parecer contraditório, mas fica difícil escolher novos lugares para conhecer, diante de tantas opções. O importante site americano de gastronomia Eater traz uma lista com 12...
by Gastronominho on Nov 23, 2015

Higashimuki Arcade Nara

東向商店街The Higashimuki covered arcade (shotengai) is a lively shopping and entertainment area running about 250 meters south from Kintetsu Nara Station to the Naramachi district in Nara.Higashimuki is a great place place to spend some ti...
by Japan Visitor on Nov 20, 2015

Hojoko, A New Izakaya in Boston, MA

When the owner of O Ya, Tim Cushman, opened up Hojoko, everyone was naturally excited about the new izakaya in the Fenway Kenmore neighborhood. The large restaurant is located inside the Verb Hotel and has a cool funky vibe. They also play anime movi...
by Gourmet Pigs on Nov 14, 2015

Melt-In-Your-Mouth Tuna at Osaka’s Chayamamchi Maguroya

Osaka is one of the food capitals of Japan, and among the most locally treasured things to eat, is tuna. You... The post Melt-In-Your-Mouth Tuna at Osaka’s Chayamamchi Maguroya appeared first on Migrationology - Food Travel Blog.
by Migrationology on Oct 12, 2015

Osaka Food Guide: 11 Must Eat Foods (and Where To Try Them)

Throughout Japan people love to eat. But even in the food loving country of Japan, Osaka is still known as... The post Osaka Food Guide: 11 Must Eat Foods (and Where To Try Them) appeared first on Migrationology - Food Travel Blog.
by Migrationology on Sep 29, 2015

Hayashiya in Ikebukuro

Hayashiya in Ikebukuro is a popular izakaya that specializes in yakitori and pork. This location has a 1st and 2nd floor and is located in an apartment building. That’s probably why one night when I went, there were some rowdy girls who were as...
by Confused ABC on Jun 19, 2015

Amsterdam, Netherlands - Izakaya

Located in the very chic boutique hotel, Sir Albert, is Izakaya Asian Kitchen & Bar, a restaurant that bills itself as "Japanese pub-style." The open kitchen is in full view and the heart of Izakaya is its traditional Japanese Roba...
by Destinations Perfected on May 11, 2015

A weekend of eating in San Francisco and Santa Cruz part 1

Our airbnb was in this building.We just spent a beautiful weekend in San Francisco with a day trip to Santa Cruz. We mostly explored beautiful spaces and ate, with a few shopping outings thrown in, and had a great, energetic but relaxing, mini-vacati...
by Andrea's easy vegan cooking on Mar 5, 2015

Coasters in Fujikyu Highland!

Fuji-Q Highland is an amusement park located in Yamanashi prefecture, Japan. This theme park is near the base of the famous Mount Fuji. This is the place for you if you love thrills, rides and roller-coasters rather than the rather tame attractions o...
by Joshua Hideki on Feb 25, 2015

Vibrant Bar&Restaurant Inside an Articulated Wooden Snake: Izakaya Kinoya

Izakaya Kinoya in Montreal, Canada is the latest restaurant & bar project belonging to interior designer Jean de Lessard.  In his work, the architect emulates the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, an informal place where pe...
by khairuddinuad on Sep 16, 2014

Friday Fourplay: Iceland’s Poop-Smoked Beer, Fans Wrap Their Lips Around a Japanese Pop Idol’s Stiff Banana, A French Supermarket Wants to Fix You Up With Its “Ugly” Veggies, and Game of Thrones Wine Is Coming

Flavorful World’s Friday Fourplay offers up a bite-sized tidbit of info on each of the four food- and drink-related things we found most interesting each week. Continue reading →...

Dami Sushi and Izakaya (Buena Park, CA) and $100 Gift Certificate Giveaway!

by guest blogger @bstunodaPS. Be sure to scroll to the end for a giveaway!At an Izakaya restaurant, drinking is primary and eating is secondary. People go to izakaya restaurants to socialize much in the same manner that the Spanish drink wine and eat...
by Gourmet Pigs on May 20, 2014

Izakaya — A Local Escape

In a stressful society such as that of Japan, a regular trip to bars becomes an essential means for businessmen, students, and all the other people in search for an outlet away from all the daily pressures of life. Not...
by Seijaku the Japanese Lifestyle on Apr 16, 2014

Izakaya Heartbeat: Crystal Eyes

Right, so here’s one of those bad conscience type posts that we need to do every once in a while (don’t worry; the music’s still awesome). Here’s why: Last year Norwegian noiserockers Izakaya Heartbeat released their second al...
by ALL SCANDINAVIAN on Apr 11, 2014

Guu Richmond Arberdeen

It is Guu again. It has been a while since I last visited and because it has a vast amount of parking it is at times a good place to go. They had a lot of new things on their menu and because I went with 2 other friends I was able to get a good selec...
by thechichicho on Apr 4, 2014

Oyama: I Wanna

They call it an EP, but we stick to the UK Official Chart Company’s definition which states the limits for an EP to be 25 minutes of music or four tracks (not counting alternative versions of featured songs, if present), and thus Oyama’s...
by ALL SCANDINAVIAN on Feb 18, 2014


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