What to eat in Nagasaki?

What to eat in Nagasaki?

Kasutera is a traditional Japanese sponge cake made with sugar, flour, eggs, and starchy syrup. This Nagasaki specialty is raised solely by egg foam, with no added butter or oil, and has a soft, moist, and spongy texture.

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What is Nagasaki Kasutera?

The cake is also known as Castella, and was brought to Japan in the 16th century by Portuguese merchants. Its name is derived from pao de Castela, meaning bread from Castille. Today, it is common to find Nagasaki kasutera in many variations, with flavors such as chocolate, green matcha tea, brown sugar, or honey.

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What is Japanese Castella cake?

Japanese Castella Cake, or Kasutera (カステラ) in Japanese, is a popular Japanese honey spongecake which was originally introduced by the Portuguese merchants to Nagasaki area in the 16th century.

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How do you make a Kasutera-style cake?

It’s a recipe to make a kasutera-style cake. Cover the inside surface of a large loaf pan or two small loaf pans with parchment paper. Mix honey in warm milk and set aside. Whisk eggs in a large bowl using an electric hand-mixer, adding sugar gradually. Place the bowl over warm water in another large bowl.

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List of the best places to eat in Nagasaki

· Culture Trip — An Insider’s Guide to the Best Restaurants in Nagasaki; cityunscripted.com — Best Places to Eat in Nagasaki; Things To Do — Nagasaki Food Guide: 10 Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Nagasaki; Tokyo Creative Travel — 4 restaurants to enjoy Nagasaki

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Where to eat: the best restaurants in Nagasaki

· Restaurant. Tonkatsu restaurant. Slide 1 of 1. One of Nagasaki’s most enduring but least understood specialties is the mysteriously named toruko (Turkish) rice. Combining spaghetti, rice, and pork tonkatsu with curry sauce all on one plate, toruko is unlike anything else.

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What to eat in Nagasaki, Japan | Nagasaki travel guides …

Chawan mushi, a steamed egg custard, savory instead of sweet and filled with meat, fish, and mushrooms, is also famous. Another Nagasaki dish is Turkish Rice ã 㠫㠳㠩㠤㠹 toruko raisu, named after the country. It consists of a pork cutlet, dry curry mixed into rice, and a small serving of spaghetti, all on the same plate.

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Restaurants in Nagasaki – Nagasaki JET

Restaurants in Nagasaki. Home. Restaurants in Nagasaki. Nagasaki has a wide, ever-expanding, restaurant selection that will satisfy all budgets and (most) tastes. While it’s unfortunately still hard to find restaurants that cater to certain dietary restrictions, we have hope that it’ll get easier with every passing year. …

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Discover Nagasaki byFood | Restaurants, Experiences …

It’s probably best to first get acquainted with the variety of Nagasaki Shippoku cuisine, through dishes like the Chinese-inspired Chanpon noodle soup. This cuisine served as a precursor to the Western-focused craze of yoshoku dining several centuries later. For an even more modern overseas influence, head to Sasebo to try their signature …

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what to eat in Nagasaki | {Japan-Hub.com}

Tag Archive: what to eat in Nagasaki. February 22, 2014. 83 Comments {Japan: Eat} Lunch On A High-Speed Train: Ekiben From 6 Different Cities On this last trip to Japan, M and I managed to hit 16 cities in a little over 3 weeks.

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What to see, eat and do in Nagasaki, Japan – Smile Magazine

· Day 3: Canals and cauldrons. The Dutch theme in Dejima in the city continues at Huis ten Bosch (or “House in the Woods”), just north of Nagasaki. Take a 90-minute train ride to a park that recreates a Dutch village, complete with windmills and canal boats. Hop back on the train for two more hours to get to the hot spring resort town of Unzen.

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What to Eat in Japan: Fukuoka & Nagasaki – YouTube

Our trip to Japan wouldn’t be complete without enjoying their delicious food, especially local ones like Fukuoka’s motsunabe and Nagasaki’s champon! We were …

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Nagasaki Chinatown Lantern Festival, Nagasaki

· What to Eat in Nagasaki The hybrid nature of the lantern festival also extends to Nagasaki’s rich food culture. It was the multiple layers of history and culture intersect in Nagasaki – which is blessed with a bountiful coastline – that led to its unique food culture during Japan’s sakoku (national isolation period) from 1633 to 1853.

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25 Best Things to Do in Nagasaki (Japan) – The Crazy Tourist

· 4. Visit the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum. Source: Bunphot Phairoh / shutterstock. Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum. Nagasaki is of course known as being one of the places in Japan where an atomic bomb was dropped and one of the main monuments to this is the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum which will take you through this dark time in the city’s …

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  1. What to eat in Nagasaki?
  2. What is Nagasaki Kasutera?
  3. What is Japanese Castella cake?
  4. How do you make a Kasutera-style cake?
  5. List of the best places to eat in Nagasaki
  6. Where to eat: the best restaurants in Nagasaki
  7. What to eat in Nagasaki, Japan | Nagasaki travel guides …
  8. Restaurants in Nagasaki – Nagasaki JET
  9. Discover Nagasaki byFood | Restaurants, Experiences …
  10. what to eat in Nagasaki | {Japan-Hub.com}
  11. What to see, eat and do in Nagasaki, Japan – Smile Magazine
  12. What to Eat in Japan: Fukuoka & Nagasaki – YouTube
  13. Nagasaki Chinatown Lantern Festival, Nagasaki
  14. 25 Best Things to Do in Nagasaki (Japan) – The Crazy Tourist