June 16, 2011

Tsuke Napori

This is the signature dish of the Yoshiwara section of Fuji City. It's basically a Japanese take on Neapolitan pasta. You use chopsticks to dip your pasta in the tomato sauce. It's very yummy. Many different cafes and restaurants in Yoshiwara offer their own versions of the dish. The one above has sakura ebi (tiny shrimp) in the pasta. My favorite is from Sofarii Cafe. Here, you can order onigiri (rice balls) to mix into the sauce you have left over at the end. So good!

You can find tsuke napori anywhere you see the red, green and white tomato sign in Yoshiwara.

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