Motsu Nabe (Hot Pot)
A dish for the adventurous eater, “motsu” means “innards” (excluding the liver), usually from a cow. Vegetables like cabbage are piled on top of the meat along with hot peppers. The stew is then boiled in a miso or soy sauce based soup with plenty of garlic for flavor. It’s served in various places throughout Fukuoka City, and ready-to-cook motsu nabe sets are also sold as souvenirs from Hakata at major hubs like train stations.
Fukuoka Prefecture Sightseeing Association
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