Unagi is the Japanese word for freshwater eels. Unagi are a common ingredient in Japanese cooking. Unagi is served as part of unajyu(or unadon). a dish with sliced eel served on a bed of rice.
Unagi is rich in protein, calcium, vitamin A and E, and it’s said to give people stamina. The traditional accompaniment to unajyu(or unadon) is a small bowl of kimosui, eel liver soup.(!!)
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- Home made TACO RICE
- grilled Unagi eel day – the midsummer day of the Ox
- hojicha tea syrup shaved ice