The bee larvae claypot rice at Inua restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, is more expensive than sea urchin and highly nutritious, with a distinct nutty taste and texture.

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The bee larvae claypot rice at Inua restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, is more expensive than sea urchin and highly nutritious, with a distinct nutty taste and texture.
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Chris Dwyer

Chris Dwyer

Chris Dwyer has lived in Hong Kong since 2005 and writes on travel and food for platforms including CNN, BBC and South China Morning Post. He has visited 80 countries to date and aims to double that, but still maintains that the only way is Essex.