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Monday, 01 December 2014



I don't think I've had bad karaage in Japan, yet! Great adventures :)


Hi Kat - That's true, though I think this was better than everything other version.


This post reminds me a lot of a TV series I recently checked out. Kodoku no Gurume.


Ah, the adventures of the "Lone Gourmet"! ;o) Thanks for bringing me a smile today Jess.


That fox statue is beautiful and majestic. Does kinda look like a doggie at first. I can only imagine how mesmerizing those red gates must be when you're walking under them. I haven't had amazing karaage in a while - any suggestions on a place here in SD that would satisfy a karaage fix?


Hi Faye - I enjoyed the karaage at Taisho and at Okan recently.


I've never like karaage I might have to give it a try again.


You should Billy! At its best, it's light, crisp, moist, and full of flavor.

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