- Teddy Jodon｜France
made the food in Kanazawa.
Neatly made, the food in Kanazawa is some very typical Japanese food that can be accompanied with some of the most extreme spices I’ve ever tasted. Cooked daikon, seafood, riceballs make up for the second most typically old-fashioned Japanese meal I’ve seen to this day. Be sure to eat your fill at the restaurant! You won’t be disappointed.
And why not get a confectionery-making lesson directly from a skilled Japanese maker? This is possible in Kanazawa: people will bring you confectionery paste and you’ll be able to follow directly on screen the instructions of a professional. Don’t worry about not understanding the Japanese language: everything is clearly shown to you and you just have to follow the movements as if a cooking lesson! Even people that are not skilled with their hands should give it a try.