Find Japanese culture in Thailand. A café in Bangkok’s Japanese quarter, “IWANE GOES NATURE.”

26.December.2017 | FOOD / SPOT

Sawatdii kha! My name is Takahashi and I am now staying in Thailand for study.

Here in Thailand, the streets are filled with Christmas related decorations and small illuminations.

I grew up in Japan so the temperature in Thailand is too hot for me. It is the first time in my life to experience wearing short sleeves and short pants during the Christmas season.

By the way, I would like to introduce to you, “IWANE GOES NATURE” which is a café located in Asoke, a Japanese quarter in Bangkok. The owner of this café is Mr. Iwane, a Japanese man, so you don’t have to worry about not being able to speak Thai.

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When I visited the café, there were several Japanese people dining there. The interior of the café is very stylish.


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I found a dish which has a unique name – Ogikubo (the name of a town inside Tokyo)


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This is a drink named SAKURA.



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This is a menu which is like a donburi dish of Japan

I hear the history of donburi dishes goes back to the Edo Period and it is kinda funny that I can eat donburi in Thailand.

You can also buy different kinds of alcohol in this café.



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This is a cocktail named “SAMURAI BLUE” which is the popular name given to Japan’s official football team. The color of the drink (blue) is very beautiful.

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You can also buy tasty breads. Why not visit this café when you visit Thailand!

writer:Anna Takahashi

■information

IWANE GOES NATURE

Address:10110 bangkok 14 Sukhumvit 23
Business hours:7:30-22:00

Fixed holidays: None
TEL:02-664-0350
URL:https://www.facebook.com/Iwane1975/?ref=py_c

 

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