One of the places Hong Kong-based travel writer Iris Law cannot wait to visit once the coronavirus pandemic is over is a a ryokan (traditional inn) called Myoken Ishiharaso in Kagoshima, southern Japan, where the menu during cherry blossom season includes dishes that make the most of young bamboo shoots. Photo: Iris Law One of the places Hong Kong-based travel writer Iris Law cannot wait to visit once the coronavirus pandemic is over is a a ryokan (traditional inn) called Myoken Ishiharaso in Kagoshima, southern Japan, where the menu during cherry blossom season includes dishes that make the most of young bamboo shoots. Photo: Iris Law
One of the places Hong Kong-based travel writer Iris Law cannot wait to visit once the coronavirus pandemic is over is a a ryokan (traditional inn) called Myoken Ishiharaso in Kagoshima, southern Japan, where the menu during cherry blossom season includes dishes that make the most of young bamboo shoots. Photo: Iris Law

Bucket list dining: great Japanese food places for after the pandemic that a travel writer can’t wait to visit

  • Her favourite Hong Kong omakase sushi restaurant, the best chicken broth tsukemen in town – travel writer Iris Law’s Japanese dining wish list is long
  • She can’t wait for her next kaiseki feast at a ryokan in Kagoshima, trips to her favourite ramen and izakaya places in Tokyo, and some Hong Kong yakitori

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One of the places Hong Kong-based travel writer Iris Law cannot wait to visit once the coronavirus pandemic is over is a a ryokan (traditional inn) called Myoken Ishiharaso in Kagoshima, southern Japan, where the menu during cherry blossom season includes dishes that make the most of young bamboo shoots. Photo: Iris Law One of the places Hong Kong-based travel writer Iris Law cannot wait to visit once the coronavirus pandemic is over is a a ryokan (traditional inn) called Myoken Ishiharaso in Kagoshima, southern Japan, where the menu during cherry blossom season includes dishes that make the most of young bamboo shoots. Photo: Iris Law
One of the places Hong Kong-based travel writer Iris Law cannot wait to visit once the coronavirus pandemic is over is a a ryokan (traditional inn) called Myoken Ishiharaso in Kagoshima, southern Japan, where the menu during cherry blossom season includes dishes that make the most of young bamboo shoots. Photo: Iris Law
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