Nabe @ Tsurunoyu Onsen

October 18,2016

Q: How would you rate your Japanese Hot Pot wonder at Tsurunoyu Onsen?

Nabe @ Tsurunoyu Onsen

We had a beautifully arranged Tatami-style dinner, featuring local hot pot dishes. Nabe, Japanese hot pot cuisine was a heart way to warm up our tummies especially during the windy weather. This rustic hotpot included a variety of mountain vegetables, yam dumplings and mushrooms. The soup base was also made without additives, using the old traditional way. Not only that, the sumptuous hot pot was accompanied by various types of pickles made from fresh ingredients. 

It was not a glamorous dinner by any means but it was my favorite hot pot throughout the trip. We felt completely satisfied with this meal because they used fresh local ingredients and traditional cooking methods, each dish was prepared with care and it warmed my heart. How can something so sinfully delicious be so healthy?


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