From December 26, 2017, to February 14, 2018, you can enjoy Starbucks Japan's new Fruity Matcha Frappuccino. Even if you don't like matcha, you might like this one because it's a blend of all kinds of different ingredients.
Japanese fried chicken and fried chicken, how is it different? Well try this simple recipe at home to find out for yourself!
Gyozas are incredibly addictive and fun to make at home. How about inviting a bunch friends over and having a gyoza party. Everyone can gather around the table and make gyozas together. And the reward for your hard work are the delicious gyozas you can proudly say you made yourself! That, with a beer...heaven!
This park has wisteria trees and "tunnels" of unearthly beauty when the flowers are in full bloom (pictures in this article!). Illuminations and other flowers are also a thing to see all year-round!
This is a super simple recipe that goes well with all kinds of dishes. You just need a few ingredients and your meal might be greatly improved with a savory and fresh Japanese taste!
Potato salad is a dish commonly enjoyed around the world, but Japanese potato salad is particularly light and savory. Try making it at home to see the difference for yourself! It's super easy and delish!
Hinamatsuri: A Festival Celebrating Girls With Some Of The Most Beautifully Crafted Heian Period Dolls
Hinamatsuri is a festival in Japan for girls during which dolls are displayed. There is also some special foods and even a song! People celebrate it at home, but you can also see some amazing doll displays in public places! To find out more about this festival, please read this article.
Mirin is one of the few essential Japanese condiments you have to know about! Here's an article on its origin, the types of mirin and how to use it. Recipes are included!
Katsuobushi are flakes of the bonito fish used to make dashi or to sprinkle on dishes. Read this article to find out how they are made, how to use them and a little bit of history!
Amazake is a type of non-alcoholic sake (or with a very low alcoholic content) that has been around for ages in Japan. It's been recently gaining in popularity because we now know it has good health benefits on top of being very comforting!
"Karashi" is a traditional Japanese condiment which will add some spiciness to your daily dishes. Karashi is very spicy, compared to the western mustard which is usually not that much spicy with the mixture of vinegar and other ingredients. This post will not only introduce the Karashi mustard itself but also post some dishes which go perfectly well with karashi!
Tiramisu is a delicious and simple dessert to serve your guests. It's great when you want to serve a delicious dish and you also happen to be in a hurry. How about taking the deliciousness a notch and switching the coffee for matcha? Dessert heaven!
Kyoto is a foodie's dream come true! There is so much succulent food to try and so little time. Unfortunately, a lot of the restaurants have menus only in Japanese and are quite pricey so getting the bill at the end of a meal can come as quite a bad surprise! However, at Aburiya you can eat as much as your heart desires at a set price!
At Brown Rice Cafe, you can enjoy organic and vegetarian traditional Japanese cuisine. It will surely be a delicious and very pleasurable experience!