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Karakure - Hokkaido

Karakure ( からくれ ) is a popular family-run seaside soba restaurant and cafe located at 116-1 Obira in Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan .  Karakure Karakure details Karakure opened to the public sometime in 2018. Its name Karakure means "bright red" which was taken from the Hyakunin Isshu which is a classical Japanese anthology of one hundred Japanese wakas by one hundred poets. Karakure  ( からくれ ) Welcome to Karakure As a foreigner, I pictured soba restaurants as old traditional structures with a zen garden. However, Karakure isn't like that. As a matter of fact, the restaurant has a very modern architectural style with a chic interior. Although it does not have a zen garden, it has a flower garden in its backyard with a variety of flowering plants. Aside from that, it has a relaxing view of the beach. If you visit on a clear day in the afternoon, you can probably witness a breathtaking sunset. Inside Karakure Even its menu lineup isn't traditional as soba, coffee, and cak

Northernmost Mcdonald's in Japan - Hokkaido

Mcdonald's Wakkanai  also called Mcdonald's Route 40 Wakkanai  ( マクドナルド 40号稚内店 ) is the northernmost Mcdonald's in Japan , located at 3-5-17 Shiomi, Wakkanai City, Hokkaido Prefecture. Northernmost Mcdonald's in Japan Mcdonald's Wakkanai details There is actually nothing that makes the Mcdonald's Wakkanai branch stand out from the other Mcdonald's branches in the country. As a matter of fact, the store looks like any other Mcdonald's restaurant in Japan . Northernmost Mcdonald's In Japan - Wakkanai City, Hokkaido Prefecture The menu is also similar to those in the rest of the country. The only thing that separates it from the rest is a small plaque found in the parking area beside the sitting Ronald Mcdonald statue . This plaque is inscribed with the details that this branch is the Northernmost Mcdonald's in Japan .  Welcome to Mcdonald's Wakkanai Wakkanai's Ronald Mcdonald sits outside the store The Northernmost Mcdonald's in Japan

Food Trip: Halo-Halo

Summer is the best season in the Philippines not only because you are free to roam around the country's countless beaches but also because most of the delicious Filipino foods are better eaten during this season. Halo-Halo One such food is the popular Filipino dessert -the Halo-Halo . Derived from the Filipino word halo which means " to mix ". Basic Halo-halo Halo-halo in buko  The halo-halo is a mixture of shaved ice, various boiled sweet beans, and fruits. It is served in a tall glass or bowl topped with evaporated milk and finally a scoop of ice cream, leche flan , or ube. Team Nicerio's do it yourself Halo-Halo The ingredients of the halo-halo vary depending on availability or location. The essential ingredients that are irreplaceable in the halo-halo are the shaved ice, sugar, gulaman, and fresh/evaporated milk. Common Ingredients for Halo-Halo:* Shaved ice Red Gulaman Home-made Leche Flan Ube (Purple Yam) Nata de Coco sugar gulaman leche flan

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