Hello, I am Yuko.

Today, I had a tour with three Italians. We went to Todaiji temple, Kasuga shrine, and Kohukuzi temple. And then,

we had a lunch together. They ate eel. Japanese eat “Unaju” which is a kind of eel dishes in August. This is because  we believe that eel gives us the strength to combat the heat of summer season. “Unaju” is a dish that the eel is sliced open, brushed with a salty and sweet sauce, broiled and finally put it  on a hot rice. It is really hot and humid now in Japan, but you can eat eel to regain energy and  it is really good!! You should try it:) 




”Unaju” is like this one!