31 Saint Marks Place, New York, N.Y. 10003
(East 8th Street, btw 2nd and 3rd Ave)
- Tue - Sat 12:00 pm - 12:30 am
- Sun - Mon 12:00 pm - 11:30 pm
About Hakata Motsunabe Hot Pot
Motsunabe is a specialty of Hakata, Japan's cuisine, which is made from beef intestines, cabbage and Chinese chive, prepared in a special Japanese hot pot (nabe).
When it is cooked, filled with Collagen broth it prepared pork bones boiled for many hours. The base soup is usually mild spicy. Champon noodles are often put into the pot and boiled to complete the dish. The offal used in motsunabe is mostly beef intestines, but various kinds of offal can be used.
Originally, motsunabe was Hakata, Fukuoka dish, but some restaurants advanced into Tokyo in the 1990s, and it was made a boom by the mass media and became known nationwide. In Hakata, motsunabe remains popular, as it is not so expensive. It is enjoyed with alcohol.
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