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    March 2, 2015
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Our speciality "Motsunabe" is a hot pot originating in Hakata(Fukuoka) that uses the small intestine of a cow as its main ingredients. Today, it is cherished all across Japan for being a hearty and economical meal that also makes a great companion for sake. The soup is loaded with collagens and savory flavor of motsu spreads in your mouth with every chewy bite. To finish up your hot pot, try Champon ramen or Zosui rice soup.
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"Nabe or Hot Pot is a staple for Japanese winters. A group of people gather round a simmering pot and enjoy the food and company. Nothing better on a cold winter evening.
The ingredients for the hot pot at Hakata is pork-based. The soup stock is excellent. It's even better when all the ingredients give up their flavor to the soup and they make ramen for you at the very end.
Dined on 2/25/2015
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