Inago means “grasshopper” in Japanese. It’s a “delicious” food you can get in countryside restaurants. Roy traveled last week to Tochigi and Gunma prefectures and found some fresh inago

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Better fried than alive and squirming, I had to go on a camping trip where we had to catch our own food. It felt more like survival training.

My Japanese wife of 45 years says she remembers just after WW-2 going out with her class-mates to catch grasshoppers. Considered a delicacy in many cultures they are loaded with protein.

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