The Japanese government wants U.S. restaurateurs to know more about their food. So in an effort to inform the American restaurant industry a Japanese trade organization hosted a 10-day-food tour of Tokyo, Kumamoto and Fukushima for food writers. Since someone had to take on the task, I volunteered to go and report back on foods that might fascinate the readers of Nation’s Restaurant News. All kidding aside, here are just a few of the interesting things I saw on the trip, which was ...
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