From the sea, we go to land for our next main on the list. To say this is a hearty main would be an understatement, this main offers up meat of behemoth proportions. If you are a big eater, this is the main for you. The braised veal shank comes with a generous helping of hand-mashed purple sweet potatoes and is slathered in “sake kasu” veal jus. Sake kasu are the lees leftover from sake production that when combined with the veal jus, elevates the sauce to another level. Braised over an extended period of time, the meat falls off the bone, you wouldn’t even need a knife for this. Roasted chickpeas add an element of earthiness to the sweetness from the potato mash and sauce, it also lends itself as a nice balance of textures with the crunch that it brings. As a bonus, this goes really well with a glass of red if you are in the mood for wine.