Japanese writer Mizuho Ota recounts her experience in Tirana

Meatballs dish and a beer photographed by Mizuho Ota at a lunch in Tirana 
 Japanese writer Mizuho Ota, known for her travels around the world and various cultures, continues her series of articles on Albania on the Japanese website asahi.com.

After Saranda, Mizuho wrote about Albanian tradition and Albanian food.

Meatballs and bread in a Tirana fast-food kind of shop

Mizuho says he enjoyed the meatballs and beer in the square, a food he had never tasted in Japan.

In Albania, which I have visited twice so far, I am still sorry that I returned to Japan without realizing the long-awaited set of three parts of "Meatballs and beer on the terrace". Every time I went to the market in Tirana, I saw a group of people throwing meat on the grill and drinking beer in the early hours of the afternoon. Especially if a pleasant and sunny breeze passed between the tents and the pleasant smell of grilled meat ", writes Ota, who calls this "Square, meatballs, beer" and who wants to try it in Albania when coming next time.

Japanese writer Mizuho Ota recounts her experience in Tirana
 New Bazaar in Tirana (in Albanian: Pazari i Ri)
After describing in a simple language the taste of this menu in Tirana, Mizuho decides to make meatballs himself in Japan.

"When I met with Ambassador Teneqexhiu about collaboration at the end of last year and talked about my trip to Albania, he said, 'If you have any questions, please ask me at any time.'

Although my request was unexpected, he was willing to teach me the recipe of his wife Elona in Tirana", she writes.
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