I would say Japanese food has various tastes, I mean, taste is rainbow though it doesn’t have vivid color or something colorful 🌈🌈🌈 Because it is basically made with so many kinds of seasonings based on mixed idea from all genres of food. For example, there are 5 based seasonings are soy sauce, sugar, salt, vinegar and miso. Even you will probably feel a lot, but these are just a few things for it. Using sake, mirin (rice vinegar), dashi (has to be made) AND some more for making each flavor (for example tomato based taste like Italian food, sesame oil and spicy ingredients like Chinese etc...), taste is going to be deeply flavored, it’s different between the first bite, while biting and aftertaste. I believe this is the magic of Japanese food that most of people haven’t realized yet, and would like to spread this to our guests as far as I could😄
) 16 Delancey location [Tue - Sun].
🍜cocoron 37 Kenmare location [Open 7days]
(Soup and roux Japanese curry)
29 Kenmare st. *Takeout offered [Open 7days].
(The world’s first Shabu shabu OMAKASE / tasting menu)
61 Delancey St.
(coming this winter!)
(The only one unique Shabu shabu OMAKASE / tasting menu , Noodle menu (GF&Vegan available)
115 Division st.