TENOHA MILANO: Kimagure

December arrives and with it holidays and a special menu for the delivery of TENOHA Milano, in collaboration with Satoshi Kawamoto and Green Fingers Market Milano here is the KIMAGURE!

TENOHA &| TASTE: KIMAGURE in collaboration with Satoshi Kawamoto
キマグレ

Author: SaiKaiAngel

Kimagure (キマグレ) in Italian means "capricious" and this tasty and special whim can be delivered from the corner of Japan in Italy, which as you know is TENOHA Milano, from 9th to 14th December directly to your home exclusively with UBEREATS!

Here are the "capricious" proposals of the CHEF, let's go into detail about this Kimagure

Special menu + set: “Dried flowers confetti” by Greenfingers Market Milano

CABBAGE ROLLS: cabbage rolls stuffed with minced pork served in dashi broth with YAKIONIGIRI, an onigiri stuffed with katsuobushi, covered with miso sauce and Shiso leaf.

Do you find all this tasty, don't you? But even the eye wants its share. We know that the dishes of the Chefs of TENOHA Milano are always beautiful to see, but this time, thanks to the collaboration with Satie-san, Satoshi Kawamoto of the famous Green Fingers Market Milano, you can receive the fabulous dish with a set of "Dried flowers confetti". A chance more unique than rare, from 9 to 14 December 2020 pamper yourself with this great news all Japanese!

Follow the Instagram STORIES of TENOHA Milano to learn more!

Enjoy this set at home, feel immersed in the Japanese atmosphere and let us know with photos, videos and stories how special you find it. We at Japan Italy Bridge are ready to try it, follow also our stories to enjoy the Japanese colours and atmosphere of the collaboration of TENOHA Milano with Green Fingers Market Milano!

Instagram: @TENOHA Milano, @satie_san @greenfingersmarketmilano

photo credit: Anna D’averio


Business Focus: Digital transformation, the key to increase the economy

This pandemic has hit the world economy hard and one of the keys to recovery is digital transformation. Let's continue our business focus and today we are talking about just how much an online presence can influence the economic development of Italy and Japan.

The Digital transformation: could it be the key to increasing Japanese consumer spending?

Author: Erika 

In recent months, many companies have launched themselves into the digital world and many shops have transported their windows into the area of e-commerce. This clever move has allowed them to continue working even during the months of lockdown, and not to stop their production.

However, in Japan, as well as in Italy, the economic recovery has slowed down considerably. For what reason? The reason for this is that in both countries the spread of e-commerce and online presence is lagging far behind other countries.

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During the months of the lockdown, people drastically reduced their visits to shopping areas. However, in OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries, retail sales have increased and on average above the pre-pandemic level. This means that the majority of sales were made through online sites and e-commerce.

The situation is different not only in Italy but also in Japan. Here, sales are still below the levels recorded before the pandemic. In these two countries that are so different and yet so similar, people have locked themselves in their homes without spending money. In fact, at the end of June, Japanese households' cash and bank deposits reached a record figure (1,030,000 billion yen).

However, this did not help the economy, which was already severely affected by the repercussions of COVID-19. According to some, this brake is due to the insufficient development of the e-commerce sector and the scarce online presence of companies in the two countries, both Italy and Japan.

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In fact, according to a 2019 statist survey, only 16% of Japanese people said they had purchased online in the previous year. This figure ranks fourth among the 45 developing economies. It is therefore conceivable that once the digital transformation arrives in Japan, the potential for increased household spending could be enormous. In fact now, after months of pandemics and constraints, consumers are tired of staying at home and are willing to spend.

How to get the digital transformation to Japan?

Everything we have said so far, are hypothetical speeches with enormous potential. However, in order to turn this potential into a real economic recovery, the government and firstly the companies themselves would have to invest in digital. We are referring to the creation of e-commerce, websites, social media channels and influencer marketing so that the business linked to these companies can restart.

In support of this theory, leading Japanese companies plan to invest 16% more in digital for the fiscal year 2020. In fact, a total of 765 companies aim to spend 471.8 billion yen ($4.45 billion) on technology, shows a survey Nikkei on listed companies and those with 100 million yen or more capital. This marks a second consecutive year of double-digit growth.

With the pandemic disrupting the flow of people and goods, companies are turning to technology to adapt sales and distribution channels to the new norm. Seven & Holdings, the company behind the 7-Eleven convenience stores, expects technology investment to increase 19.9% to 121.2 billion yen - the largest sum on the list.

Investments in technology have already borne fruit and a return on these investments that can only accelerate. In fact, the companies that have embraced the digital transformation are the ones that are doing the best in this pandemic.

"Business leaders are forced to adapt to the coronavirus, and now they realise the importance of digital transformation," said Saisuke Sakai of the Mizuho Research Institute. "IT investments could grow even more in the future." / source: Nikkei

This leads us to understand that now more than ever it is time to invest in digital and create an online presence for your company in both Japan and Italy. Only in this way, companies will be able to keep their work going and have constant sales even in these uncertain times.

Japan Italy Bridge keeps you informed about the suggestions for companies in our business focus feature, or you can find us on facebook and tell us your opinion. Alternatively, you can join our newsletter or request a quote on our services to communicate your company in Japan and Italy and be part of the digital revolution.


Contemporary Japanese artists abroad

Japan, like Italy, is a country very attached to art and many contemporary Japanese artists have exported their works abroad.

Contemporary Japanese artists abroad

Author: Sara

Museums, art fairs and expositions have allowed the Japanese contemporary art world to look outwards. At last, even great artists are going out beyond the borders of the Rising Sun. We at Japan Italy Bridge have decided to introduce you to some of the most important contemporary artists who have received worldwide acclaim. We are talking about creatives like Yayoi Kusama, Tatsuo Miyajima, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara and Hiroshi Sugimoto. Are you ready for this trip?

Yayoi Kusama

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Born in Nagano in 1929, Yayoi Kusama is perhaps the best known among Japanese contemporary artists. She began to show her immense artistic talents at the age of 10. The difficult relationship with her mother and trauma that deeply affected her led Kusama to paint her experiences on the canvas. The physical environment and her personality vanished swallowed up by the space that moved at an incredible speed. She also began to draw inspiration from Georgia O'Keeffe and wrote a letter to her. The artist replied and Kusama moved to New York where he began making monochrome paintings that immediately attracted attention.

The early 1960s were certainly not easy for a woman, especially a Japanese woman, and being able to exhibit in galleries was a difficult undertaking. However, she did succeed and became increasingly well known in the field of conceptual art. Her works include attributes of feminism, minimalism, surrealism, surrealism, art brut, pop art and abstract expressionism, all united by the polka dot technique.

Back in Japan, the artist was able to enjoy the success she deserved. Her works were exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Tate Modern in London and the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo. Between 1994 and 2012, Kusama collaborated with the musician Peter Gabriel and especially with Marc Jacobs, artistic director of Louis Vuitton. Kusama now lives in the Seiwa Psychiatric Hospital in Japan by personal choice and continues to paint daily in his studio in Shinjuku.

Tatsuo Miyajima

artisti contemporanei giapponesi

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Born in Tokyo in 1957, Tatsuo Miyajima graduated from the oil painting course at the Fine Arts Department of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. He began experimenting with performance art before moving on to light-based installations.

Miyajima stated that the desire to create more lasting work, in contrast to the necessarily ephemeral nature of his performance and actions, motivated him to start working on sculptures and installations. Using contemporary materials such as electrical circuits, video and computers, Miyajima's highly technological work focused on the use of digital light-emitting diode (LED) counters. These numbers, flashing in continuous and repetitive cycles from 1 to 9, represent the journey from life to death, whose purpose is symbolised by the "0", a number that never appears in her work.

Miyajima has had solo exhibitions at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing, the Miyanomori Art Museum in Hokkaido, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. She has also taken part in the Venice Biennale and numerous group exhibitions, from the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney to the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art. Since 2006 Miyajima has been Vice President of the Tohoku University of Art and Design.

Takashi Murakami

artisti contemporanei giapponesi

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Born in Tokyo in 1962, Takashi Murakami began his studies of traditional Japanese painting at Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku. However, his aspiration was to become a great mangaka. After graduating with a degree in traditional Nihon-ga painting, he won a MoMA PS1 scholarship. He moved to New York enriching his influences with the works of Andy Warhol and drawing inspiration from the production philosophies of film companies such as Disney, LucasFilm and Hayao Miyazaki's Ghibli Studio.

Among the various solo exhibitions, there is one that will mark the birth of a new Japanese art movement: "Superflat". This was the title of the exhibition at MOCA in Los Angeles which became the artist's programmatic and aesthetic manifesto systematically promoting the value of Japanese art independent of Western influences. An art capable of expressing the cultural reality of the new Japan. Superflat in fact mixes otaku elements with Kabuki and jōruri elements, fused and flattened into images with smooth surfaces and brilliant colours in which the aesthetic themes are amplified and exalted.

Murakami collaborated with Marc Jacobs and created the limited-edition Cherry Blossom bag for Louis Vuitton, designing for the occasion a kawaii pattern with the monogram of the fashion company.

Thanks to his aesthetic and entrepreneurial approach to art, Murakami has fully entered the international elite art scene, selling through third party companies, objects destined for the mass market, inventing and promoting the Kaikai Kiki and GEISAI brands.

Yoshitomo Nara

artisti contemporanei giapponesi

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Born in Hirosaki in 1959, Yoshitomo Nara studied at the Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music in Aichi and at the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf.

Nara is known for his paintings whose subjects are deceptively simple. We find children and animals in pastel colours with cartoon-like features with little or no background that appear both sweet and sinister. They also sometimes wield weapons such as knives and saws and their looks are accusatory. His art is a metaphor that accuses people of attacking the innocence of childhood.

Nara's objective perversions are rooted in Japanese popular culture, but these influences are mixed with those of Eastern and Western society. Her paintings, sculptures, installations and engravings explore the themes of isolation, rebellion, spirituality and religion.

Hiroshi Sugimoto

artisti contemporanei giapponesi

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Born in 1948 in Tokyo, Hiroshi Sugimoto, after obtaining his Bachelor of Arts degree, moved to Los Angeles to study photography. These studies led him, in the 1970s, to establish himself as one of the most famous contemporary photographers.

His work deals with history and temporal existence, investigating themes such as time, empiricism and metaphysics. Sugimoto has received numerous grants and his works are exhibited in the collections of the Tate Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, the Metropolitan Museum in New York and the Guggenheim in New York.
Like many contemporary artists, Sugimoto has collaborated with fashion, this time with the French company Hermès. Sugimoto's colour photos for Hermes' foulards were exhibited in June 2012 at the Museum of Cultures in Basel. During the 2014 Venice Biennale, Sugimoto unveiled his "Glass Tea House Mondiran" at Le Stanze del Vetro on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore.

The art world is full of facets given by continuous inspirations, by the search for the ego, by the need to express profound concepts without the use of words. Which of the contemporary Japanese artists have impressed you the most? Let us know in the comments!


TENOHA MILANO: The Bento Experience

TENOHA & | TASTE always manages to amaze us, the new bento experience is waiting for us at TENOHA Milano to give us an adventure and an absolutely new and exciting experience!

Bento Experience @ TENOHA MILANO

Author: SaiKaiAngel

We are talking about the new exclusive delivery of TENOHA & | TASTE! Thanks to the JAPANESE EXPERIENCE you will be able to have directly at your home a complete Japanese meal decorated and packed with furoshiki! Thanks to the Japanese principle of nutritional balance (MAGOWAYASHII まごわやさしい ) you will be able to have Japan in your home whenever you want! All the taste of Japan, wooden bento box packed with furoshiki.

bento experience

The Japanese experience at home! A complete Japanese meal directly on your table! I recommend it! With regard to same-day orders, we accept only with good notice: LUNCH by 9.00 / DINNER by 15.00.

Delivery with free local delivery takes place only within a maximum radius of 5 km from TENOHA, in the city of Milan.

bento experience

Delivery hours

THU – SUN
Lunch 12:00 – 14:30
Dinner 18:00 – 21:00

For the return of the bento box, no problem! The day after the delivery, the driver of TENOHA Milano will come back for the collection of the empty bento box, the glasses and the furoshiki. You can agree now and how directly with the driver.

But how is the Bento Box and the Japanese experience like? Food, atmosphere and drinks all Japanese, let's see more in detail! The bento box consists of various steps and layers of your choice:

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Step 1
For layer number 1 you can choose between fish option and vegetarian option

Step 2
For layer number 2 the choice is between meat or fish

Step 3
In layer 3 the choice becomes more and more interesting, between Temari sushi, Inari sushi, Chirashi Wagyu, Chirashi Unagi and Chirashi Kainsen

Step 4
In step 4 here are the drinks directly from the Rising Sun: SAKE HATSUMAGO, SAKE SENPUKU, WHISKY TOKI, WHISKY AKASHI, JAPANESE TRADITIONAL BEER SET

To learn more, visit this link so you can choose the experience that suits you best and create your own Bento: ORDER HERE

So, TENOHA Milano gives you the opportunity to choose your Japanese experience right at home! Do not miss this opportunity and live this moment with a smile! Enjoy Japan at home, we at Japan Italy Bridge are able to work well also thanks to this Japanese atmosphere that only TENOHA Milano can give!

photo credit: Anna D’averio


Business Focus: Digital events during the pandemic

In 2020 we had a very special year and also for those who like us work in marketing there was an invasion of digital events. We experienced new ways to stay in touch, new ways to embrace each other, new ways to study and work. These are not ways of living and working that we should never have known, on the contrary! The year 2020, said in a very positive way, has accelerated many of these processes. What can the positive pandemic bring us? Surely, looking at the situation, we can answer with "very little", but let's try to look beyond everything.

Digital events: opportunities during the pandemic

Author: SaiKaiAngel

Did this 2020 make the leap into the future shorter? Definitely yes! As for us at Japan Italy Bridge, for passion or need, we made sure to stay afloat and continue to present our proposals ... online!

Anyway, we were already organized and prepared for this, considering the sentence we always said when introducing ourselves as "The future is online". Now, we are sure that that phrase, which we were waiting for it to become our daily heritage maybe in a while, has suddenly become customary good from this moment! We at Japan Italy Bridge are committed, waiting to be able to physically embrace you again, to build and propose digital events and situations that can give you emotions, if not equal, but similar to physical ones.

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We have experienced, during the lockdown, many online events such as school, work, webinars, meetings, often seeing them as something new and more exciting than the online presence. Why? Simply because we are facing something new. Before we get used to this too, let's try to exploit the enthusiasm in all its essence.

Digital Events

Let's talk about online events, for example. Yes, because apart from the online work we have always done, events were the only thing we kept offline and based only on the presence of people. While waiting to do it again, we looked for online solutions that could actually, for the moment, create if not the same enthusiasm, something similar.

How do you organize an online event?

First of all, you have to focus on the guests, just like the event in the presence, nothing changes! You have to identify the people who might be interested in that event and become an interesting link for companies that want to communicate their work to others.

What is the main goal of the online event?

The online event, like the offline one, is to reach as many interested people as possible. You have to make sure that you create the right platform and the right place for them to best facilitate their presentation and communication with other participants. The online event, therefore, becomes a favourable place to exchange opinions that can then become a tool for the contact between companies. One of the positive things we find in this is the reduction of organizational costs. It then becomes completely free without any problems of audio, lighting, culinary entertainment. The most important thing is to have a platform capable of holding and maintaining the event without problems and, certainly, a good connection. Among the most popular platforms are zoom and meet.

Another absolutely essential thing is the ability of the event's creator to entertain guests by ensuring that spaces and moments can be respected. In this case, we need a good "host" who is not very different from those we see on TV programmes. The presenter must be able not only to ensure that the times are respected but also to keep the enthusiasm high for the entire duration of the event, intervening when the situation fades away or when it becomes too bright. Nothing so different from the offline event, in short. This is proof that the creator of the event is part of a consolidated company capable of dealing with any type of situation.

At Japan Italy Bridge, for example, we focus on creating a bridge, as our name suggests, between Japan and Italy. Until this bridge can be built physically, as we have already done with our previous events, two random names "Japan meets Italy" and "Spindle". we are very keen to keep the interest and communication between these two nations high. For this reason we have studied how to make our events online and interesting.

Obviously, one of the things we think may be essential for a digital event, is not the payment, but at least the registration. Registration will allow us to have a closed list of participants and a beginning of moderation. The registration should at least contain the basic information: name, surname and an email to be contacted. In this way, you will be able to have not only a certain moderation of the event, but also a way to communicate suitable for your profile. The guest will not find a bedlam of people who are not interested in anything about the event, but only and only guests interested and enthusiastic to participate, listen and share.

Listening and sharing

eventi digitali

Let's not go so far from the offline event, in this case, the focus is always the same: finding people and companies interested in sharing. We all know how difficult it can be to connect companies of different nationalities, but we are also sure that Japan and Italy have a lot to share and feel united, otherwise, we would not do this job!

The online event should not be scary, if we look at this carefully, we will realize that it is not so different from the event in presence.

So what do we need to create an online event?

  • Identify people and/or companies that might be interested in the event.
  • Create the right environment to facilitate communication between them, perhaps by establishing a dialogue first.
  • Leave the guests in the right place and moderate the time available to them in order to make it the same for everyone.
  • To have a good interlocutor and manager of the event that can enforce time moments and keep up the enthusiasm of the audience.
  • To have the conviction to do the right thing, without being frightened by the difference between offline and online.

Whether it is on a digital platform and in presence, many things remain the same, one of which is enthusiasm.

Never lose your enthusiasm, it is what will allow you to live properly at any time, making the waiting less heavy and above all fruitful. You will learn to "feel" the enthusiasm of the other person and also to create new connections. make it a new challenge!

As for us at Japan Italy Bridge, we are ready to continue to build this bridge also digitally and then continue to do it in person.


Business Focus: E-commerce after the pandemic

The effects of the Coronavirus are still being felt, however, we are not talking about positive cases but about online presence and e-commerce. We continue our Business Focus features and today we are talking about how e-commerce platforms have influenced this 2020 and how they will influence our future.

The importance of e-commerce during and after the pandemic

Author: Erika 

During this 2020 we understood how extremely important it is to have an online presence, for any company, even more so for shops. Not only social media but above all e-commerce has also depopulated due to the pandemic. With the forced closure of shops, in fact, many businesses have found themselves having to run for cover and create an online presence very quickly.

The impact that the lockdown has had on the habits of us Italians, but also of the entire world population, is extremely evident. In fact, in recent months, e-commerce has become one of the main channels to buy essential products without having to leave home.

We can in fact see from the data how between February and March 2020 online sales in Italy grew significantly compared to the same period in 2019. The favourite moments for Italians to shop are during the weekend. Precisely because of the coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19), on 8 March online sales increased by 90% compared to the same period of the previous year.

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Some data

According to the GfK Consumer Panel, almost 4 out of 10 Italian households made their first online purchases in March. While, from the beginning of the year to date, 2 million new online consumers have been registered in Italy (out of a total of 29 million).

Between February and March 2020, online sales in Italy grew significantly compared to the same period in 2019. In fact, compared to the first six months of 2019, the total amount was 700,000 new consumers.

According to a recent survey conducted by Ipsos on the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on individuals' attitudes and behaviour, in Italy, 31% of respondents said that the frequency of buying goods online has increased. On the other hand, almost half of the respondents stated that their frequency of online purchases has not changed at all.

Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, online retail platforms experienced an unprecedented increase in global traffic between January 2020 and June 2020, even surpassing the Christmas holiday traffic peaks. Overall, retail websites generated nearly 22 billion visits in June 2020, compared to 16.07 billion global visits in January 2020.

e-commerce pandemia

In short, having an online shop is now an inevitable option for any business. Moreover, according to analysts, the online commerce sector is the one that will grow the most in the world economy, with an increase calculated up to +55%.

This is precisely the time to equip and invest in digital technologies and focus on digital transformation. Adapting your services to online sales is the smartest move to make at this moment in history.

The cornerstones of a perfect e-commerce

By now we already know that the online consumer is much more demanding and sometimes more suspicious than the classic customer who visits us in the shop. However, user satisfaction is one of the fundamental cornerstones of a good e-commerce. Reliability and quality of service, user-friendly interface and customer service are fundamental points.

In addition, there can be no lack of excellent communication and marketing management specific to an online shop. Japan Italy Bridge not only builds high-level e-commerce but also communicates your brand online on various platforms. In fact, SEO optimization for an e-commerce and brand awareness help to increase sales and the customer's perception of the brand itself.

In particular, communication and marketing are the highest obstacle to overcome but also the focal point for the scope of an e-commerce. Investing in professional translations and a team that follows the social and digital marketing part helps to position your brand on search engines.
What Japan Italy Bridge recommends is to create a multi-channel system that will lead you to a winning e-commerce and increase your sales and revenues. together with that, you may also discover markets that were previously cut out of your sales strategy.

e-commerce

This COVID experience has taught us that we must always be ready for change and differentiate our presence on offline and online platforms. The way we sale our products and the means with which we do this have drastically changed. Virtual retail market has received disruptive effects that no one would have imagined until recently. This has had a major impact on the economy and organisation of many companies. Nowadays it is in fact normal not only to receive take-away food at home, but also other types of materials.

After the experience of the pandemic, it has become crucial to have an online presence. If your company is interested in building an e-commerce or interfacing with the digital audience, you can contact us and find out about our offers.


TENOHA &|TASTE: Hiroshima Hakken

The super wanted HAKKEN menu is back to TENOHA Milano and this time we fly to Hiroshima! Are you ready to start your trip again in the most beautiful Japanese prefectures?

TENOHA & | TASTE: Hiroshima 広島

Author: SaiKaiAngel

Hiroshima is a prefecture known for "Peace" and is located in southwest Japan, between the inland sea of Seto and the Chugoku Mountains, characterized by the Mediterranean climate. Apart from its very important history that unfortunately we all sadly know, Hiroshima has two UNESCO World Heritage sites and many other historical places to visit, for example, the Itsukushima sanctuary in Miyajima, the Peace Park Memorial and the Dome of the A-bomb.

So TENOHA Milano decides to start the new trip in Japan with the HAKKEN menu right from Hiroshima, but let's see what it is all about.

Hakken Hiroshima, menu

HIROSHIMA TSUKEMEN | 広島つけ麺

Hiroshima Hakken

Japanese spaghetti with pork chashu, cabbage, spring onions and cucumber served with dashi broth and soy sauce. Vinegar and sesame are separate.
What is the name of this dish derived from? Tsukemen derives from "Tsukeru" which means dunking and "Men" which means noodles; in Hiroshima in particular, Tsukemen broth is seasoned with large amounts of shichimi pepper to make the broth super red and spicy.

When: Until 31 December, Monday - Friday at 12:00 - 15:00
Cost: 16 € (15 servings per day)

OKONOMIYAKI | 広島風お好み焼き

Hiroshima Hakken Hiroshima Hakken

Japanese spaghetti with pork bacon, cabbage and spring onions all served with okonomiyaki sauce.
Hiroshima style okonomiyaki is described as "food of the soul". Usually, to make okonomiyaki the ingredients are all mixed together, but Hiroshima’s okonomiyaki is different: all the ingredients are laid on top of each other, so completely different attention.

When: Until 31 December, Monday - Friday at 12:00 - 15:00
Cost: 16 € (15 servings per day)

Sponsored by JNTO Japanese National Tourist Board

TENOHA & | RAMEN

ONOMICHI RAMEN | 尾道ラーメン

Hiroshima Hakken Hiroshima Hakken

Ramen in soy fish broth, served with grilled chicken onions, onions, bamboo, nori seaweed and sesame

Onomichi Ramen is typical ramen from the prefecture of Hiroshima famous for its dashi with seafood from the sea of Setouchi. TENOHA is proud to present its Onomichi Ramen! Homemade Chashu Chicken called "Happy Chicken", which is bred stress-free and well cared for. In addition, the ramen is all handmade.
Come to TENOHA &| RAMEN to enjoy the Onomichi Ramen TENOHA version!

When: Until 31 December
Cost: 14 € (15 servings per day)

Sponsored by JNTO Japanese National Tourist Board

TENOHA & | SAKE

Not only delicious dishes but also unique sake for a really special tasting

Honshu ichi - Brasserie UmedaCo., Ltd.

Category】Junmai Ginjo
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji rice (Senbon Nishiki / Hiroshima product)
【Polishing ratio】60%
【Alcohol content】 16.8 °
【Glucose density】 1.8
【Acidity】1.7
【Sake Gradation】 +5
【Aroma】Sweet fruity aroma
【Pairing】Fish in general, chicken, sweets with strong flavor such as cheese cake
【Features】
A Junmai Ginjo Sake produced by Hiroshima Prefecture, preparing "Senbon Nishiki" rice with Hiroshima Ginjo yeast. It is characterized by the fruity aroma of Ginjo sake, slightly sweet taste. It can be enjoyed with fish and cheese dishes.

‘Zoka’ - Kamoizumi Shuzo Co., Ltd. 創業 1912年 founded in 1912
【Category】Junmai
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji, Water (Rice : Yamadanishiki/100% Higashiroshima )
【Polishing ratio】65%
【Alcohol content】16°
【Glucose density】2.0%
【Acidity】1.8
【Sake Gradation】±0
【Aroma】Sweet chestnut, with a strong smell of rice and wheat.
【Pairing】Boiled tofu, sweet with citrus fruits, marinated food.
【Features】
Junmai Daiginjo is made from "Yamada Nishiki" sake rice grown in a field located about 6 km north of the brewery, using Saijo underground water and the Hiroshima Mori technique. The delicate aroma and sweetness of the transparent and gentle rice harmonize perfectly with the fresh acidity. You can enjoy it cooled with a thin cup or glass of wine. Sake certified with Saijo JAPAN brand)

Itteki Nyukon - KamotsuruCo., Ltd.

【Category】Junmai Ginjoshu
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji rice(100% Hiroshima rice)
【Polishing ratio】60%
【Alcohol Gradation】15 - 16 °
【Glucose density】1.0
【Acidity】1.6
【Sake Gradation】+3
【Sweet】Aroma
【Pairing】Sauté of chicken, Gelée of white peaches
【Features】
This sake has as first material the rice suitable for its preparation. A slightly dry Junmai Ginjo sake that goes well with foods with the right acidity, good both cold and hot.

Sempuku Shinriki 【Nickname】Filled with happiness - Brasserie MiyakeCo., Ltd. Sempuku Shinriki

【Category】Saké Daiginjo
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji (Shinriki) rice
【Polishing ratio】 85%
【Alcohol content】 19.0 °
【Glucose density】 1.2
【Acidity】2.3
【Sake Gradation】 +5
【Aroma】Mature aroma, almond
【Pairing】Sukiyaki, Steak, Cheese, Chocolate
【Features】
Kamiriki rice, which is the origin of Chifuku, is 85% processed and is close to the processing speed of rice from the Meiji and Taisho eras. A bottle full of feelings for the preparation of sake, especially suitable for people who particularly care about Japanese sake.

Night Emperor - Fuji Shuzo

【Category】Junmai
【Ingredients】Rice, Hattan Nishiki Koji, Water
【Polishing ratio】65%
【Alcohol content】 15 °
【Glucose density】N/A
【Acidity】1.6
【Aroma】Moscato, walnuts
【Sake Gradation】 +9
【Pairing】Tartare, Lemon Grilled Chicken
【Features】
Night Emperor is a mixed Hachitan Nishiki based liqueur produced in Hiroshima Prefecture. Versatile liqueur easy to combine with any dish. Soft taste that takes advantage of the characteristics of fresh water preparation and keeps the alcohol content low while maintaining the taste of koji and rice. Good tasted both cold and hot.

Curious to try this Hiroshima Hakken?


TENOHA &|TASTE: Hiroshima Hakken

The TENOHA Milano delivery and take away is finally ready! The password is #TENOHAATHOME! Were you afraid to remain without imaginary traditional Japanese dishes?

TENOHA Milano opens at Take Away and Delivery

Author: SaiKaiAngel

Obviously, the best corner of Japan in Italy will not leave you alone and here is ready both the delivery and the TAKE AWAY of TENOHA Milano! 

TENOHA &| TASTE

tenoha take away

CHIRASHI SUSHI

Let's start with this speciality: a box of rice seasoned with vinegar and a dish of your choice:

KAISEN: Fish as the protagonist: salmon, amberjack, octopus, flying fish eggs, omelette, jackdaws, lotus roots in vinegar and dill.

UNAGI: the famous eel from TENOHA Milano grilled with mirin sauce, sake, soy sauce, omelette, jackdaws, pickled lotus roots and... wonderful edible flowers!

WAGYU: incredible but true, to delight us at this moment there is the much desired Wagyu! The best meat in the world at TENOHA Milano. We are talking about the sirloin of Wagyu A5 from Kagoshima grilled with dashi sauce and soy sauce, omelette, their roots in vinegar and still edible flowers.

TERIYAKI: could not miss the wonderful chicken in teriyaki sauce, with an omelette, broccoli, jackdaws and edible flowers.

TOFU: for those who want an all-vegetable version there is grilled and marinated tofu in soy sauce, garlic and ginger.

 

SPECIAL FROM HIROSHIMA

OKONOMIYAKI - The famous Japanese dish available for you, directly from Hiroshima! Japanese spaghetti, pork bacon, cabbage, spring onions and okonomiyaki sauce

In addition to all this, you can also find the rest of the TENOHA menu at this link for delivery.

For the Take Away you can call TENOHA directly, below you will find all contacts.

#TENOHAATHOME : Take Away | Tel. (+39) 02 8088 9868

OPENING HOURS:
Monday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday

Lunch 12:00 - 15:00
Dinner 17:30 - 21:30
Saturday - Sunday
12:00 - 21:30 continuous time

*Closed Tuesday

TENOHA &| RAMEN

tenoha take away

Even TENOHA &| RAMEN is close to you, even at home and adheres to #TENOHAATHOME! The takeaway and delivery is ready for you with lots of news! In addition to the menu of TENOHA Ramen which you can consult here, there are other formulas not to be missed! Three absolutely new and always so much Japanese sets.

IZAKAYA APERITIVO SET

Asahi
Edamame
Karaage
Yaki Gyoza
OTSUMAMI TEMAKI

Cost 18 €

IZAKAYA RAMEN SET (SHOYU)

Asahi
Edamame
Karaage
Yaki Gyoza
SHOYU RAMEN

Cost 23 €

IZAKAYA RAMEN SET (MISO)

Asahi
Edamame
Karaage
Yaki Gyoza
MISO RAMEN

Cost 28 €

Japan Italy Bridge's advice about the TAKE AWAY menu and delivery : 3 of the best of TENOHA Ramen, tell us as always if you agree with us or your best are other dishes of the vast menu!

SHOYU RAMEN | 醤油ラーメン - Perhaps the most popular: ramen in chicken broth-based on soya, served with a slice of braised pork, spinach, marinated egg, bamboo, spring onions,
nori seaweed and soy sprouts

MISO RAMEN | 味噌ラーメン - a classic not to be missed: ramen in miso chicken broth, served with braised pork, marinated egg, spinach, bamboo, spring onions, carrots,
nori seaweed and soy sprouts

VEGAN | ビーガンラーメン - a speciality of our great chef Itakura: ramen in vegetable broth, sesame cream and soy milk served with fried tofu, bamboo, spring onions, fried sweet potatoes.

Plus you will always find the various wonderful POKÈ DON!

Don't miss the rest of the TENOHA menu at this delivery link. For the Take Away instead you can call directly to TENOHA, below you will find all the contacts:

ORDER NOW!

Tel. 02 8339 0042
TIMETABLE:
MON-WED - THU - FRI
Lunch
12:00 – 15:00
Dinner
17:30 – 21:30

Saturday - Sunday
12:00 - 21:30 continuous time

*Closed Tuesdays

Novità

"DIY RAMEN - Make your own ramen at home.
Our Chef Itakura will provide you with everything you need!

#TENOHAATHOME

TENOHA Milan is with you at all times, do not miss the opportunity to experience Japan at home with a few small steps! It will be a special moment for you and your whole family.