A free Japanese class in Okinawa


Hi everyone! 

Check out this Blog post about improving your life and integration into the community though learning the language! It’s so vital to be a part of what’s going on around you through learning Japanese when living in Japan. 

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The best Fried Chicken in Fukuoka



If you ever have the chance to come around this store in Shingu Fukuoka (right by the HalloDay market), go and try one! They are just 55¥ a piece and the most delicious Fried Chicken I ever had. This Karage beats all! It’s seasoned with ginger and garlic. Really delicious!

MK Shabu Shabu restaurant 



Today’s lunch was incredible! We went to a Shabu Shabu restaurant. It’s called MK and is located in Shingu, Fukuoka- right by the station. It cost about 1600¥ and was soooo worth it. Shabu Shabu is a Nabe dish. Soup is boiled in a pot and different ingredients are added, cooked and eaten. Love it!

Miso soup breakfast

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Check out my delicious Japanese breakfast, rice and miso soup. Miso is a bean paste and can be dissolved in water to make soup. You can boil all kinds of vegetable with it. Cabbage, daicon, tofu, spam work super good! Sometimes we crack an egg in there, too! Mhm!

Ramen

We went out to eat Ramen! Yummy! Love this Ramen place! Soy sauce based broth with pig feet flavor. Sounds super gross but it’s straight up AWESOME YUMMY!

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My first time ordering tsukemen

There was this huge line in front of my favorite ramen place! For their 10th anniversary they served tsukemen for half price! This pig portion was just 440¥! Wow! It was my first time trying Tsukemen and I gotta say: I like Ramen more!

Tsukemen are noodles on a side- you dip the men (Japanese for noodles) in a thicker broth and eat it. In contrast ti ramen You don’t drink the broth but it’s only supposed to season your men and vegetables!

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Ramen

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Yummy! That was a good bowl of ramen! Maybe a bit too many onions! My first ramen with cabbage in it, too! It was a shoyu base with tonkotsu flavor! The noodles were awesome because they had pepper in it!

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