New Year Lunch at the “Neboke” – 祢保希新年会 (Bilder/Pictures)

At the end for the New Year celebration:
A festive lunch at the “Neboke” (祢保希) in Shibuya (渋谷)

A German version of this posting you can find here.
Eine deutsche Version dieses Artikels finden Sie hier.

Neboke Shinnenkai

In Japan the beginning of a new year is always a season of festive meals. Without making further words about it, I would like to share with you some impressions of such a feast, which I had the opportunity to enjoy (as almost every year) at the restaurant “Neboke” in Shibuya. The “Neboke” is particularly proud of its specialties from the Kōchi prefecture (Southweast Japan, Island of Shikoku):

Menu (献立)

Menu (献立)

Neboke, coaster (祢保希)

Neboke, coaster (祢保希)

Starter (前菜)

Starter (前菜)

Köstlichkeiten der Saison (旬菜盛合せ)

Seasonal Delicacies (旬菜盛合せ)

Köstlichkeiten der Saison (旬菜盛合せ)

Seasonal Delicacies (旬菜盛合せ)

Köstlichkeiten der Saison (旬菜盛合せ)

Seasonal Delicacies (旬菜盛合せ)

Köstlichkeiten der Saison (旬菜盛合せ)

Seasonal Delicacies (旬菜盛合せ)

Köstlichkeiten der Saison (旬菜盛合せ)

Seasonal Delicacies (旬菜盛合せ)

Köstlichkeiten der Saison (旬菜盛合せ)

Seasonal Delicacies (旬菜盛合せ)

Köstlichkeiten der Saison (旬菜盛合せ)

Seasonal Delicacies (旬菜盛合せ)

Daifuku im Bambusblatt (笹巻大福)

Daifuku in a bamboo leaf (笹巻大福)

Daifuku im Bambusblatt (笹巻大福)

Daifuku in a bamboo leaf (笹巻大福)

Kurz angebratener, roher Bonito (鰹たたき)

Gently roasted, raw bonito (鰹たたき)

Gedämpfter Eierstich (茶碗蒸し)

Chawanmushi (茶碗蒸し)

Gedämpfter Eierstich (茶碗蒸し)

Chawanmushi (茶碗蒸し)

Bier & heißer Sake (ビール・熱燗)

Beer & hot Sake (ビール・熱燗)

Heißer Sake & Bier (熱燗・ビール)

Hot Sake & Beer (熱燗・ビール)

Reis mit Lilienknollen (百合根御飯)

Rice with lily-root (百合根御飯)

Grüner Tee (緑茶)

Green tea (緑茶)

Bayrische Creme aus Erdbeerjoghurt (苺ヨーグルトババロア)

Creme Bavaroise from Strawberries (苺ヨーグルトババロア)

Location of the feast:

Neboke
Shibuya branch
Shionogi-Building
2-17-5 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku

祢保希・渋谷店
渋谷区渋谷2-17-5 シオノギ渋谷ビル

This restaurant has been closed in the meantime.

There are further Neboke-restaurant of this chain in Akasaka, Shinjuku, Ginza and Marunouchi (all in Tōkyō), as well as Tsukasa-restaurants in Kōchi and Ōsaka:

Neboke Shinnenkai

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