Gyumotsu Nabe Oishi Sumiyoshi

Motsunabe, Fukuoka’s local dish, is a boiled pot of motsu (offal) of cows and pigs filled with leek, cabbage and bean sprouts, then flavored with soy sauce and miso. You can finish off the soup by putting noodles into it. A high-protein, low-calorie dish packed with vitamins and nutrients, it is also popular among women, thanks to its significant collagen content. Oishi, the area’s famous reservation-only motsunabe restaurant, is known for its soup’s rich and deep miso taste. Blended with four types of miso, it’s more popular than their regular soy sauce flavor.  It is a local custom to eat motsunabe during the winter, but locals eat this dish even during the summer while they sweat.

Pro tip: Oishi is very popular. Make a reservation.  

4 Chome-8-21 Sumiyoshi, Hakata Ward, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture 812-0018, Japan
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