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Golden Kamuy


Alt Names: alt ゴールデンカムイalt Gintong Multoalt Golden Kamui
Author: Noda Satoru
Artist: Noda Satoru
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureAward Winning Award WinningComedy ComedyCooking CookingDrama DramaHistorical HistoricalMartial Arts Martial ArtsSeinen Seinen
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: In Hokkaido, the far northern lands of Japan, Sugimoto survived the Russo-Japanese war of the Meiji era. Nicknamed "Sugimoto the Immortal" during the war, he now seeks the riches promised by the gold rush in hopes of saving the widowed wife of his now deceased comrade from the war. During his hunt for gold, he finds out about a massive stash of gold hidden by a criminal. Partnering with an Ainu girl that saves his life from the harsh climates of the north, he battles against the criminals, the military, and nature itself to find the treasure!

Note: Won the 9th Manga Taisho Award in 2016. Was nominated for the 20th Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize and the 40th Kodansha Manga Awards in 2016.
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Vol.10 Ch.92: Disguise
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Whenever they're together, they're always so funny! XD I don't just ship it, I luxury cruise them!

a cooking tag :D Delightful manga.

A comedy tag will also suit the work, IMHO.

Some panels are just hilarious, and the contrast with the serious parts plays extremely well (so much that scares me the ability of the creator o_O)

Horse meat in mala tastes exactly like beef in mala. That kinda beats the whole purpose of paying extra for sacred meat. The white broth preserves the flavor much better.

 

Fucking amazing man. Thanks for all this info.

Food looks so good
a cooking tag :D Delightful manga.

That's some amazing cultural background right there. I'm Chinese, but I live overseas and only visit the Southern part so this is a lot of much needed insight into the more rural cuisine you rarely see. If you don't mind me asking, why won't the mala soup base work? Does the spice not mix well with the meat?


Horse meat in mala tastes exactly like beef in mala. That kinda beats the whole purpose of paying extra for sacred meat. The white broth preserves the flavor much better.
>tfw Asirpa's dad is basically Gollum.

Badass Hijikata is badass.

Oh no, don't tell me the faceless man is really Asirpa's father :(

Won't be surprising. She did say that her father was never found except for what seem like his flesh and just so happen the prisoner is someone who doesn't talk and without a face, and like below said, the tattoo skills.

Oh no, don't tell me the faceless man is really Asirpa's father :(

 

It explains his tattoo skills.

Oh no, don't tell me the faceless man is really Asirpa's father :(

Looks like it :\

Oh no, don't tell me the faceless man is really Asirpa's father :( 

Oh boy
 
Is Mr. Faceless who I think he is?

nice shot while on a mount asirpa. you made tyrande and mirana proud.

Looking at Sugimoto x Asirpa reminds me of Until Death Do Us Part in another parallel universe -  Alpha tough protagonist with a equally capable and intelligent young waifu; though Mamoru can definitely use some of Sugimoto's humor.

Just started to read it - some panels are absolutely hilarious, even on they own.

It's the other way around. Raw horse meat is pink but it turns yellow after being boiled in briny stock. Same with donkey meat, which is far more common in Chinese Northeastern cuisine. In China's Dongbei style restaurants you can buy cold salted donkey meat as appetizer. Pretty good, actually. In Japan horse meat is eaten raw as basashi (horse sashimi) or also known as sakuraniku. Sakura nabe refers to the raw color of the meat, which does turn yellow when boiled in modern "tourist" versions of the dish because the slices are thin. However, proper sakura nabe is eaten with thick slices of sakuraniku that are dropped in after the broth had reached full temperature. The meat stays pink with only the edges turning yellow. IMO basashi is tastier than sakura nabe, but that's probably because I don't like sukiyaki-style hot pots in general.

 

Some Little Sheep (Xiao Fei Yang) restaurants in China sell horse meat. Not that common because Little Sheep is based on Xibei cuisine and most of the peoples there revere the horse and only eat them for rituals. However, if you can catch one with horse meat try it with the standard white broth. The mala broth doesn't really work.

 

That's some amazing cultural background right there. I'm Chinese, but I live overseas and only visit the Southern part so this is a lot of much needed insight into the more rural cuisine you rarely see. If you don't mind me asking, why won't the mala soup base work? Does the spice not mix well with the meat?

In love with those Asirpa face, make me laugh so hard !

they said "it's good to eat after the meat turned pink" so they are not talking about the color of the raw meat, rather the color of the meat after cooked

 

It's the other way around. Raw horse meat is pink but it turns yellow after being boiled in briny stock. Same with donkey meat, which is far more common in Chinese Northeastern cuisine. In China's Dongbei style restaurants you can buy cold salted donkey meat as appetizer. Pretty good, actually. In Japan horse meat is eaten raw as basashi (horse sashimi) or also known as sakuraniku. Sakura nabe refers to the raw color of the meat, which does turn yellow when boiled in modern "tourist" versions of the dish because the slices are thin. However, proper sakura nabe is eaten with thick slices of sakuraniku that are dropped in after the broth had reached full temperature. The meat stays pink with only the edges turning yellow. IMO basashi is tastier than sakura nabe, but that's probably because I don't like sukiyaki-style hot pots in general.

 

Some Little Sheep (Xiao Fei Yang) restaurants in China sell horse meat. Not that common because Little Sheep is based on Xibei cuisine and most of the peoples there revere the horse and only eat them for rituals. However, if you can catch one with horse meat try it with the standard white broth. The mala broth doesn't really work.

#EHS thank you for your work!

Maybe someone can enlighten me on this topic, but I read in several books (Chinese war manuals to be specific) that horse meat is yellow. This was also confirmed by some of my family members that have eaten horse. Yet it mentions in the chapter that the meat was pink. Is this a discrepancy? Or am I missing something on the culinary details of equine meat?

they said "it's good to eat after the meat turned pink" so they are not talking about the color of the raw meat, rather the color of the meat after cooked

Maybe someone can enlighten me on this topic, but I read in several books (Chinese war manuals to be specific) that horse meat is yellow. This was also confirmed by some of my family members that have eaten horse. Yet it mentions in the chapter that the meat was pink. Is this a discrepancy? Or am I missing something on the culinary details of equine meat?

Poor horsey... ;_;

there's no cute asirpa doing cute thing with cute horse?

this chapter first page disappoint me

Asiroa is so kawaii.

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