Tonight, revisited a famous Izakaya in Asahikawa, "Dokushaku Sanshiro".
Sake menu. Decided to try all the sake breweries in Asahikawa, "Takasago Shuzo (Kokushimuso)", "Yamazaki Shuzo (Otokoyama)", and "Daisetsu no Kura".
Dishes perfect as a snack for sakes.
The first dish served was the lady owner's homemade specialty, vinegared soybeans. It is made from sweet Obihiro soybeans with just the right amount of crunch. The soybeans are made from sweet Obihiro soybeans and have just the right amount of crunchiness, with a hint of shiso (basil) leaves to add flavor. Started with Otokoyama sake. The quality of sakes in Hokkaido is getting better in these days.
Potato salad. Applause for the Japanese potato salad.
Pickled herring and cabbage.
Grilled mackerel with salt. It was grilled to perfection, plump, juicy and fragrant.
The owner lady's seasonal tray. Can enjoy a variety of dishes.
Asahikawa's specialty, shinko-yaki (young chicken barbecue), which had before and have become a fan of. The young chicken is served with secret sweet and spicy sauce. Have had it at other restaurants, but this one here is the favorite.
Rice with the Shinko-yaki sauce. The secret sauce was well mixed in with the rice and it was good both as a side dish with sake and as a finishing dinner.
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