Karamatsu-en in Naie Town recommended by "Le Guide Rouge"!

by Kazu
"Bib Gourmand"「ビブグルマン」
means that the researchers of Michelin company strongly recommend to visit the restaurant, considering the cost performance and the quality of dishes. In the Michelin's guide book "le Guide Rouge", these restaurants are introduced with the face mark of Monsieur "Bibendum", the character of Michelin. This sign and standard started to be
used for restaurants in 1997 and for hotels in 2003. In the outskirts of Paris, the average cost should be under 29 and in Paris it should be under 35 Euro, and in the U.S.A., the price of under 40 dollars is required for two dishes  and wine or dessert. In the special edition of "le Guide Rouge" for Hokkaido area, 3,500 Japanese yen is the border to be listed on the guide.
The owner of the restaurant is sticking with the buckwheat flour called "botan soba" produced in Urausu Town without pesticide and the buckwheat noodle is made from the mixture of 20% flour and 80% buckwheat flour.
Buckwheat helps our body to discharge the waste matter, helps our intestine to digest and absorb what we need, and further more, has the effect to avoid colon cancer and large intestine cancer.
 On top of that, it contains three times as much  pantothenic acid  as white rice and the acid works enough to compound hormone, to recover from the physical weary and to strengthen the liver. It is also so high in Rutin that strengthen the blood vessel and stabilize the blood pressure. The owner's policy is at
http://www.karamatsu.co.jp/  but only in Japanese.
Do you know that Japanese people eat buckwheat noodle soup at  the midnight of December 31 every year?


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