Food Gateways in Rural Japan Trip vol.I

Trip in Japan, most problems will happen a language gap. Almost English tourist are monolingual and they complain sign boards are not mentioned by English. Roman letters are available...., but directly mentioned Japanese by Roman letters....(・o・) Of course, almost sign boards are for residents, not visitors. Anyway, it's not so kind for tourists. But, if I go to US, it's same things....
"Soyamisaki" = "Soya-misaki", "misaki" means "cape", "Cape Soya"....(・o・)
Maybe, you can understand.... No?.... When earthquake, disaster happened, go to Taisei School....(・o・)
What is this traffic board? I can't understand.... ? Female Cyclist? How to....(・o・)
Well, if you wanna short trip to Japan, you think better to study Japanese? No! Exactly no! If I go to Russia for 2 weeks trip, I'll study Russian? No!
Then, if you don't speak Japanese, will travel in Japan be difficult? No, also no.
Traveling in a country where you don't speak the language can be both challenging and rewarding. But even if you don't speak any Japanese, finding your way around Japan needn't be difficult. English is widely spoken throughout the country, particularly in major cities and tourist centers. Public transportation announcements are frequently made in both Japanese and English, and signs generally include decipherable roman characters or an English explanation. A comprehensive range of tourist services also provides a helping hand to foreign visitors in Japan...
When you visit at major cities....(・o・)
FAQ:Visiting Japan
JNTO JAPAN:the Official Guide
Today's topic is "Food gateways", especially, Japanese B-Class Gourmets....(・o・)
You feel Japan tour is expensive, right? If you stay 5-stars hotel, using transportation by "Shinkansen"="Bullet Train" green/fixed seat, taxi, having meals at high class restaurant as Michelin Guide level, etc., not only Japan trip, even though India trip, too. You'll feel expensive trip in India.
But, not enough information, not so much available English web site guide....
I will introduce you "Japanese B-Class Gourmets" blog contents,
Japan’s B-Class Gourmets and the Food that Inspires Them
Every restaurant in Japan wants to be recognized by B-Class Gourmets. All it takes is one good review and out of nowhere comes a flock of B-Class Gourmets. Soon there is a long line wrapped around the building and the small, previously unnoticed restaurant is suddenly the talk of the town. Restaurant owners love this.
Sushi Shop at Tsukiji, Long Long Queue....(・o・)
If the good reviews keep coming, the restaurant will continue to stay busy like this. Very few actually become so popular that they remain trendy for years to come, but they still enjoy the spike in business. Many of these B-Class Gourmet hot spots quickly fizzle out and the restaurant goes back to its previous amount of patrons.
Restaurants are a multi-trillion yen industry that is super competitive. Every cheap restaurant in Japan wants to be the next B-Class Gourmet sensation, but very few will actually enjoy long term B-Class success.
Foreigners, however, rarely understand this phenomenon. Some even remark that Japanese people seem to actually enjoy waiting in line. Very often you’ll see two ramen shops right next to each other, one with a line wrapped around the building, and the other with no customers at all....
"Japanese B-Class Gourmets" restaurants are similar to "Hawker centre" in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, etc.
Please try "Japanese B-Class Gourmets" restaurants, then you'll feel "Oh! Japanese meals are cheap?!"....
To be continued, vol. II, III, VI....if I feel like this topics....(・o・)

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