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  • Hey everyone! How’s it going? My name is Micaela and today I want to talk about my

  • FAVOURITE thing in the whole world, and it means a lot to me, and I’d really appreciate

  • if you would listen:

  • I… really

  • love to eat.

  • I love food I love to eat

  • I love food Oh my god

  • I never knew it was possible to be so obsessed with eating until I moved to Japan,

  • ESPECIALLY until I moved to kyushu

  • It is actually very well known that Kyushu has some of the best food in all of Japan.

  • So having said that, today I’m going to introduce to you seven foods that are unique

  • to Kyushu that are SO good that I’m sure you wish you could

  • try them too!

  • For example, this is "buri no ryukyu" from Oita prefecture.

  • Do you want some?

  • This is buri (yellowtail) that has been taken from the oceans surrounding Oita prefecture

  • here in prefecture.

  • So THAT makes it special

  • But what also makes it special is the sweet sauce that it has been marinated in.

  • This is a sweet sort of soy sauce, also flavoured with sesame seeds and onion.

  • And this type of cooking, ryukyu, is popular in Oita.

  • Itadakimasu~~

  • The sauce it was marinated in makes it both sweet and salty at the same time, but with

  • the white sesame seeds on top it adds another layer of sweetness.

  • This is the kind of food you would want to eat a Japanese Izakaya or bar because it would

  • really go great with sake or white rice.

  • Alright, now take a look at this:

  • Youre probably thinking something likethats a sausagebut No.. No

  • This is Fukuoka’s specialty food mentaiko, which is fish roe (eggs),

  • and it’s stuffed inside of squid.

  • This is actually the first time I’ve seen it inside a squid. Pretty interesting.

  • Its so chewy!

  • This one will definitely go good with rice

  • The squid on the outside is very chewy, I would say rubbery but in a ~delicious~ way,

  • and the mentaiko inside is kind of spicy so it makes it a good finger food or light snack.

  • Next we have, Ayu no Shiyoyaki.

  • and this is from Kumamoto Prefecture

  • Kumamoto isn’t generally known for its seafood but this Ayu (freshwater trout) is actually

  • a freshwater fish.

  • That is why, in order to enjoy the true natural flavour of this fish, it is seasoned with

  • only salt.

  • Without one word of a lie salted fish is actually one of my favourite foods in all of Japan.

  • Fresh, and simple, and it tastes great!

  • Next is Kuro-Maguro (black tuna) that is taken from the seas of Kagoshima

  • What makes kuro-maguro different from normal maguro is the lack of fat and muscle tissue

  • in the meat, meaning it is softer and literally melts in your mouth!

  • Itadakimasu~~

  • This is the "toro", this is one of the better cuts, thefatty" cut of the tuna.

  • And it’s just gorgeous!

  • The lines in this fish are very faint so its going to be super soft, I’m really excited

  • to eat this!

  • It’s incredible!

  • This is beef stew from Saga Prefecture and while Saga Prefecture is probably known for

  • its stew, it is known for its beef!

  • Saga Beef is known to be very very soft and chewy and juicy

  • Eating stew is also perfect for the holiday season as it heats you right up!

  • Mm, look at those chunks of meat!

  • It’s so good it reminds me of slow cooker meals my mom used to make at home!

  • Next, we have Kurobuta no Sumibiyaki from Miyazaki Prefecture.

  • This is charcoal grilled pork.

  • And, just like with Saga Neef, depending on where and how you raise you meat, it has a

  • huge impact on the flavour.

  • You wont be able to tell just by looking at it, but it has this great charcoaled smell,

  • it smells like its fresh off the barbecue and Ican’t wait to try it.

  • That is incredibly chewy.

  • This one would taste great with rice too.

  • Next, from Nagasaki Prefecture we have Suigyoza

  • These gyoza are boiled, not fried, so theyre a little bit healthier for you.

  • They don’t use a lot of garlic so theyre nice on your breath,

  • and theyre small enough that they only take about one bite to eat so you can eat

  • a lot.

  • Take a look at this gyoza!

  • So there you have it we just tried seven foods from around Kyushu.

  • i don’t know why I’m sayingwe”, it was totally all me, and I was hungry, and

  • now I’m actually getting quite full, I’m having a great time, how are you???

  • I think that to truly enjoy Japanese food culture you need to go all over Japan and

  • see the differences in the ways that regular foods are prepared, and I mean that is where

  • you experience true culture.

  • but if you can’t make it all the way down to Kyushu to try all this delicious food,

  • there will be a chance for you to try it in Tokyo as well!

  • That's right, from January 20th-24th we will be holding "KYUSHUTEN", a Kyushu food event, in Isetan Shinjuku.

  • January 20th in Shinjuku we will be holding an event where you can try

  • foods from all over kyushu and it is a great opportunity for people in Tokyo to get out

  • there and try some of the amazing food that I’m talking about

  • I will actually be at the event so if you want to come and eat food with me or talk

  • about kyushu or talk about anything japan related while eating delicious food, please

  • absolutely come out and say hi!

  • Looking forward to seeing you!

  • BYE

Hey everyone! How’s it going? My name is Micaela and today I want to talk about my

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