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Monday, August 01, 2005


Hello, Your site is great. Regards, Valintino Guxxi


I love the "Otokomae Tofuten" link, thanks so much!


Hi There
Tofu is one of my favorite food. I like to use sesame dressing to eat.


"Opposition to GMOs Starting to Take Root in Japan"


I noticed the label on Japanese tofu says something like 遺伝子組み換え... "Not using genetically modified soybeans". It is such a important food to me, because I don't eat meat. Let's keep it natural...


The sound of that tofu van is strangely melancholy in a way. It almost makes me want to cry!

クレア (Claire)

I love tofu, but it is hard to get fresh tofu in Chicago. In Denver, there was Denver Tofu Company, which made fresh tofu locally. Maybe I need to go to Chinatown to buy freshly made tofu? Anyway, I usually buy House brand Tofu here and it is OK, but not like tofu in Japan, especially in Kyoto.

I don't know of any tofu izakaya in Tokyo, but there is one in Kyoto that was by my school 京都国際アカデミー, called Kyo-tofu Fujino. Everything was made from tofu, okara, or something else made of something used in making tofu. It was very delicious. Of course, there were other places you could get fresh, handmade tofu in Kyoto, but I don't know it well. Kyoto's tofu just seemed more delicious than tofu anywhere else.

My favorite to eat out is agedashi tofu, since I cannot cook it successfully. I like to make tofu dengaku at home.


Nice site you have here.

My current Girlfreind and, hopefully, future wife is from your land. I wish to relocate to your land and teach English. Your site is a great resource for me.

I will try and help you with the proof reading from time to time but I am also very busy with 5 web sites.

I just wanted to say that your site is very nice. Keep putting posts up.


Wow, there are (or were) tofu cars in Japan? That's cool!


I think Shunju is also good for tofu. There are three of them in Tokyo: Hiroo/Nishi Azabu, Roppongi and Akasaka (Sanno Park Tower). Their dinner courses are very good, especially the one where they make the tofu at your table. If you have not been there, you should go. The one in Hiroo seems to be the nicest one.

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