Who says ozoni can’t be eaten all-year-long?

I say ME! I LOVE ozoni, Japanese good luck mochi soup that’s usually eaten at New Year’s. I look forward to trying different ozonis, and that’s exactly what I did when we went to Sekiya’s. Ozoni was on their menu and I ordered it! I was so excited to try another ozoni. All the ozonis I’ve tried have all tasted very different, which is awesome!

The ozoni at Sekiya’s was made with a fish soup base (and boy was the taste strong!). The soup contained very simple ingredients: Chinese cabbage, green onions, and mochi. Simple as that! I enjoyed it very much!

Read my earlier post on ozoni, below:

Ozoni New Years tradition!

If you like “old school” Japanese restaurants, Sekiya’s is the place!

Sekiya’s Restaurant & Delicatessen
2746 Kaimuki Ave.; Honolulu, 96816
http://sekiyasrestaurant.com/index.html

 

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