Chicken Karaage

 
Chicken Karaage

Chicken Karaage is a classic Japanese fried chicken dish. It’s so popular in Japan that you can find it in all izakaya, depachika, supermarkets and street food stalls. In fact, we had quite a bit of Karaage during our Japanese holiday. One of my most vivid memories of our trip is eating Karaage under the cherry trees in Kanazawa. The best Karaage we had though, was in Tokyo, near the Sensoji temple. The stall that sells it is at the corner of Nakamise-dori and the Hozonom Gate (opposite the Ningyoyaki shop – on your right-hand side if you are facing the Sensoji)… …

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