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Traditional Japanese Food | Eating a Ryokan Multi-Course Kaiseki Dinner!


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Join us as we try traditional Japanese Food in a Ryokan eating a multi-course Kaiseki dinner in Takayama, Japan. One of the best experiences about staying in a Ryokan is the full-course traditional Japanese cuisine they serve you for dinner.In total, our Kaiseki meal featured 11 courses of Japanese dishes.

All if all our Ryokan meal consisted of the following food / drink items:

1) Japanese fruit wine made with quince (fruity and floral)
2) Bento box
3) chicken and cheese
4) mochi balls
5) mackerel fish
6) green tofu with shrimp and pinenuts
7) pork with mushrooms and vegetables
8) White rice in a bowl
8) Japanese steamed Hida beef bun in a bamboo basket
9) Sashimi Bonito fish with ginger and grated radish
10) Shabu-shabu with vegetables, tofu and Hida beef meat and sesame sauce
11) Western-style course with Hida beef, brocolli, corn, sweet potato, pumpkin, potato with rice and
12) pickles and miso soup
13) Roasted green tea
Japanese desserts:
14) Milk pudding
15) Fruit cake with a piece of pineapple

The presentation, attention to detail and the way everything was served made this Japanese dinner one of the most unique experiences we had during our trip to Japan.It was so much fun sitting down at a traditional Japanese table, wearing robes and being served course after course of delicious Japanese food.We'd highly recommend a Ryokan stay if you're visiting Japan.

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Traditional Ryokan Dinner | Eating a Multi-Course Kaiseki Meal!

We are Samuel and Audrey, a vlogging travel couple from Canada.In this travel channel we share our travel and food vlogs while touring the world.Our most recent trip was to Japan where we spent 2 months traveling around the country and visiting the following destinations: Osaka, Tokyo, Kyoto, Nara, Nikko, Takayama, Yokohama, Odaiba, Shirakawa-gō and Takao.

During our stay, we visited a mixture of big cities and small rural towns, where we enjoyed eating Japanese street food, trying traditional Japanese cuisine, visiting local attractions and staying in unique accommodations (such as capsule hotels and ryokans) that we are now going to share with you on this channel.The combination and contrast of visiting futuristic cities and traditional countryside areas is what makes travel to Japan so fascinating.Ultra modern versus traditional.This is the essence of Japan.

Our trip to Japan was unforgettable and until now it is one of our favorite countries that we have come to know.However, we only feel as though we just scratched the surface on this trip to Japan.If you want to see more videos from Japan in the future, let us know in the comments that places you'd like us to travel to and food experiences you would like to see on this travel channel.

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Traditional Japanese Food | Eating a Ryokan Multi-Course Kaiseki Dinner!

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