February 10.2022




When we think about Japanese food, we think of Sushi, Ramen, and Miso soup but Curry also has a big place in the Japanese diet.The Japanese love to reinvent everything and the pink Curry who appeared in 2015/2016 has a great success today.Many tourist places do not hesitate to highlight their local products by creating curries based on their specialties such as the « Pink curry cherry blossom » when cherries trees are blooming or the Pink curry made on Beetroot coming from a Renaissance manor named Jinpukaku…


The color of the “Pink Kirei” (Kirei means beautiful in Japanese) or “Love curry” is usually derived from Tottori beetroots. Beetroot has a high iron content, so good for Anemia, it regulates bowel movements, resolve constipation, and has antioxidant properties for anti-aging. Sounds good, doesn’t it? The pink curry still tastes like curry, but a bit sweet as beets contain sugar. This curry is traditionally served with white rice, broccoli, lotus roots, and potatoes.






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