Mizutaki in a cold morning (Tsukiji Market)

Somehow I felt like to eat mizutaki in last mid summer.
I knew Torito inside Tsukiji Market serves mizutaki, too.
So I went to the eatery for eating mizutaki.
But Torito don’t serve mizutaki in mid summer.
Also Torito inside Tsukiji Market serves mizutaki, too.

So, I waited, kept waiting until they has started to serve mizutaki…

And finally, I could eat Mizutaki (水炊き, 900 yen).

Long-awaited mizutaki. As you see, so thick chicken soup.
Whole view of my breakfast, Torito Tsukiji Market branch (Tsukiji Market)

A lot of chunks of chicken on the bone. Also minced chicken balls were in the bowl.
Mizutaki, Torito Tsukiji Market branch (Tsukiji Market)
My longing mizutaki,,, but I found it is too thick for me.

I wanted to add much ponzu in it. But I was sorry for adding much ponzu in it, because the waitress said “You can eat it as it is. It have already seasoned. If you want, add ponzu, please”  So I added a little ponzu…..

Recently I found that I like lightly seasoned dishes 😛
I liked eating thick foods before. I’m getting old 🙁

Torito Tsukiji Market branch (鳥藤 築地場内店)
Tsukiji Market Building No.8, 5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Open – from 6:00 to 14:00
Holiday – Market’s holiday (Almost all Sunday, several Wednesdays, national holidays and so on)

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Comment

  1. Mitzie Mee says:

    Reading your blog is such a good introduction to Japanese cuisine. I’ve never tried mizutaki:)

  2. Ryoko says:

    Mizutaki is ordinary home cooking.
    Chickens and vegetables boiled in plain water. It is easy to cook 🙂

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