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Kinchaku Kitsune

Kinchaku Kitsune

In this blog post I am going to talk about a famous B class our met delicacy in Nara prefecture called the "Kinchaku Kitsune". In Japanese, kinchaku means pouch and kitsune is that piece of friend tofu over a bowl of udon. So what is he difference between this Kinchaku Kitsune and the normal Kitsune udon found everywhere? Well for Kitsune udon, the slice of fried tofu is places on top of the udon, however for Kinchaku Kitsune the fried tofu acts like a pouch and when you open this pouch, you will find he udon noodles lying with in it. The flavour of course is not much different than normal Kitsune udon but this is a new concept to revolutionize the dish of Kitsune udon. If you ever come to Nara, then I would suggest giving this special dish a try!

Kinchaku Kitsune

Kinchaku Kitsune

Kinchaku Kitsune after opening the tofu pouch!

Kinchaku Kitsune after opening the tofu pouch!

Posted by Ohana_Matsumae 01:30 Archived in Japan Tagged food japan nara b deer class noodle udon gourmet ramen somen kitsune kinchaku Comments (0)

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