Traditional JAPANESE Breakfast + 10pm RAMEN at Onsen...Davidsbeenhere
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I had the time of my life traveling around the island of Japan back in January of 2019. It was one of the most incredible travel experiences I’ve ever had in my life. After I spent about a week exploring the cities of Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka, the second leg of my trip took me to the prefectures, or states, just outside of Tokyo, which blew my mind with their natural beauty. I’m excited to show you the adventures I had there!
My day started super early at 5:45 a.m. at my mizunooto, or a mix between a traditional Japanese house, or ryokan, and a Western-style hotel. They have an onsen, or a hot spring, and provide their guests with towels for the experience, as well as a traditional robe and slippers to walk around in.
My first order of business was heading down to the private baths (I couldn’t visit the public ones because I have tattoos) before breakfast. They were occupied when I went down, so I decided to give you guys a tour of the grounds! It snowed the previous night. It looked so beautiful, even though it was freezing!
I only had a few minutes until breakfast, so I skipped the onsen and went to the same restaurant where I had the Japanese BBQ the previous night. The spread was huge!
I started by cooking my fish on the grill. While it cooked, I tried the fish cake with carrots that had been drowning in miso. It was so good! Next was some chicken and a poached egg, which I added soy sauce to. It fell apart but was still amazing!
Then I went with the Japanese omelet, which was a little sweet. Then was the salmon, which had a nice, roasted taste, and a fish sausage cake. Minced tuna with wasabi was next. The wasabi was super strong. Then I tried another fish cake and a fish wish big spines in it, vegetables, some salty bonito with sweet cream, and ginger salad, which was nice and refreshing.
The miso tofu soup was very tasty and earthy, and the tofu with soy was incredible. It had the consistence of crème brulee. There was also a custard-like dessert that was very creamy and frothy.
Then I take you back to the previous night, where I had some ramen at 10:30 p.m. The restaurant was beautiful and traditional and had a pond in the middle of it!
My ramen contained pork, seaweed, and onion and was outstanding. The noodles were thin and the broth was nice and flavorful. It was really hot, though! I loved that they do ramen at night.
After the ramen, I went outside to see the newly-fallen snow, and then went back inside to check out the gift shops, which sells lots of local products. Then it was time for a train ride. We arrived at the station and took a 30-minute ride to a town pretty close to Tokyo. The view from the train was beautiful! The trees were covered in snow and there were mountains in the distance. Then we arrived in the town!
I hope you enjoyed coming along with me for breakfast, my 10 p.m. late-night ramen dinner, and my amazing train ride through the mountains of Japan! If you did, please give this video a thumbs up, leave me a comment, and subscribe to my channel so you don’t miss any of my upcoming travel/food content!
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