Today's red wine is from the Languedoc-Roussillon region, purchased at a nearby liquor store. Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Like this liquor store as they have a great selection of organic wines, delicious seasonal sake, and some craft beer.
Tomato-based seafood pasta for the main dish. Simple and mainly clams.
In the evening, a double rainbow appeared, and hurried to the rooftop. It reminded of Lahaina, Maui. Rare to see rainbows in Tokyo, but often in Maui, the geographical conditions seemed to be just right and rainbows appeared almost every day.
The next day, started with an unfiltered Junmai sake, Ajigasawa (Aomori). It has a strong taste like a sake, but with a clean aftertaste. At this time of year, like to drink sake suitable for cold drinking.
The dinner had together was Yamaya's motsunabe, stew of beef tripe and vegetables, brought back from Hakata. To this, added miso, plenty of chives and cabbage, and slices of beef. Sure that in Hakata they serve it with shochu.
At the end of the mutsunabe, add ramen to finish it off. This is one of the things looking forward to. Put a lot of ginger on it. What learned from Sapporo ramen is that grated ginger goes great with miso soup. This alone will make feel healthy and luxurious, so give it a try.
The next sake was Hatsumago (Yamagata).
The next day, in the early evening, bought a canned Orion 75 (Nago) beer in Tokyo, which was not an IPA but a pilsner type. It had the logo of Asahi Beer on it, found that the two companies had a partnership. If anything, the IPA type 75 that bought in Okinawa had a better balance of bitterness and sweetness. Heard that 78 (Nach) is recently released as a new product, so will try it next time.
At night, had a healthy Mexican taco.
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