Traditional Japanese food Vol.5 – Kanto Cuisine: Namerou

Namerou
Namerou is a traditional fishermen’s dish from the coastal area of the Boso-hanto Peninsula forming the southern part of Chiba.
 
 The main ingredients are horse mackerel, sardines, flying fish, and Pacific saury or mackerel.
Traditional Japanese food – Namerou
The fish are cut into small pieces, with miso added, then leeks, ginger and green basil are placed on top and chopped finely to form a paste. The leeks and ginger are used to eliminate the fishy odor.
Roasted Namerou is known as “sanga-yaki”, while namerou mixed with vinegar is “su-namerou”, and when it is placed on a bowl of rice and green tea is poured over it, it is called “soncha”. 
 
These are all hearty dishes with the priority being on taste rather than appearance, and are worthy of being fishermen’s dishes.
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14 thoughts on “Traditional Japanese food Vol.5 – Kanto Cuisine: Namerou

  1. Hi Josh~
    Thanks for your really nice comment (^^)
    How it taste this plate? I must admit that I didn’t hear about it before.
    Mmm…. there are more dishes unkown for me for sure (laughs)
    Best Regards.

    • Hi yuki! 🙂
      You’re very welcome!!
      It’b been a while since i’ve heard from you.
      Regarding the taste of this dish…It taste very fishy!
      But after all, it’s a fisherman’s dish so..it’s expected, i guess.

      Ps, I’m looking forward to your arrival in Japan! 🙂

      http://www.ColorfulExistence.com

  2. Hi thank you for visiting my blog , will read all your blog post when i have time. You are japanese?

    • Hi +Rain Chan
      Please don’t mention it, the pleasure’s all mine! 😉
      I look forward to hearing from you soon!~
      And in reply to your question, i’ve forgotten what race i am – as i travel around so often and immersing in many various cultures, i’ve forgotten my identity… Haha! ok, bad joke. Yes, I’m japanese.

      what about you?

      http://www.ColorfulExistence.com

  3. Oh ok thats cool ! my manager japanese too she cant really speak or write in english but her mandarin good by the way i am singaporean so was reading your trip to sg 🙂

    • It seems like i’m the opposite of your manager as my mandarin sucks really bad, while my proficiency in english is way better!! =X

      Singapore’s a really nice place, but I can’t take the humidity though!
      I used to live in singapore for a period before, when i was younger and made a few singaporean friends too!
      Can I add you to the list too?? haha!! =)

      Anyway, how do you find the post on my singapore trip?
      Did i miss out anything interesting??

      http://www.ColorfulExistence.com

    • yes it will be nice to be friend ! i’m impressed ! you knew so much about singapore while i was kinda like having a history lesson from your post since i don’t even remember every single information about those building or landmark 😀 its that your wife by the way? very pretty!

    • yes it will be nice to be friend ! i’m impressed ! you knew so much about singapore while i seem to be learning history lesson from your post since i don’t even remember or know so much information about those building and landmark ! is that your wife by the way ? she’s so pretty !

    • Thanks Rain 🙂
      Not at all! Surprisingly as it may seem, history is one of my interests.
      Love visiting sites and monuments and learning more about their origins.
      Thanks for the compliments, i’m glad you enjoyed reading!

      Regarding the lady, may i ask which are you referring too?
      Is she the one in my previous post in which I was planning a surprise for?

      http://www.ColorfulExistence.com

  4. Looks so yummy ; D

  5. Opps didnt know i comment twice , hmm the lady and a cute little girl !

    • Haha!! Don’t worry about it, it’s okay!
      Oh!! I’m sure the lady will be very happy to know that!! =)
      The cute little girl is actually my daughter from a previous marriage.

      Btw, i followed you on ig, Rain.

      http://www.ColorfulExistence.com

  6. why you make me starve in the morning? (ps : i write my comment in the morning lol)

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