Nemuro – city in Japan, located in the district governor Nemuro, Hokkaido.
The city is located on the island of Hokkaido. With him betsukai border villages, Hamanaka. Nemuro was developed by fisheries. In the early Meiji period, it was the largest city in eastern Hokkaido.
One local specialty of Nemuro is “escalope”. This consists of tonkatsu (breaded deep-fried pork cutlets) over butter fried rice with a special demiglace sauce.
Nemuro is well known by the people of Hokkaido as the one of the best places to eat sushi because of the caught seafood.[non-primary source needed] Nemuro also is the origin of two sushi restaurants in Hokkaido: Matsuriya and Hanamaru. Nemuro’s seafood delicacies include their fresh Pacific saury, salmon, king crab, and shrimp.
Other delicacies in Nemuro include yakitori bento, Holland sanbei (waffle-like snack), soft serve ice cream, and monjayaki.