It's almost time to say in the past tense that this summer was hot.
This is Oka from the West Japan Office.
The other day, when I was on my way to a customer, Mr. Lapin, in Matsue City, Shimane Prefecture, I saw ears of pampas grass sprouting near the Chugoku Mountains.
I wonder if it's over 30 degrees today as well as yesterday. . .
Today is August 29th!
It's Yakiniku Day, everyone.
You probably know about Meat Day, but today is the only day of the year where Yakiniku Day is celebrated.
Let's eat delicious pork. Tategamori Plateau Pig!
When it comes to yakiniku, we recommend the belly meat.
Eh! ? If you think so, please try it.
I don't like it because it has a lot of fat! Put that feeling aside for a moment and put some thickly sliced grilled pork belly into your mouth.
Tategamori Plateau pork belly, which is light and not chewy, is a meat that defies stereotypes.
In fact, when I stood at the store and asked customers to taste the meat, when I handed it to them and said, ``I'd like some of the meat you just had,'' they said, ``Eh, was it pork belly?''
Many people say, ``It's so light.''
Tonight we have Tategamori Kogen pork yakiniku!
I wonder if the typhoon will hit the farm directly tomorrow. .
I hope your home is not affected.
West Japan Office