Slow Food entertament Milky House / Milk−Nabe 北海のミルク鍋

Twenty-five years ago when Milky House first opened Hokkaido was known “Milk Land” for both its quality and its consumption of milk.  Newspapers and magazines were widely promoting and featuring cooking with dairy products.  All of this hullabaloo led to the birth of Milky House’s Hokkaido milk nabe, or ‘hot pot,’ the owner’s own personal culinary brainchild.  Its evolution continues to this very day, and has only gotten better over time.