Spring Season Guide For Japanese Food!

It is part of Japanese culture to enjoy the change of season. In Japan, the spring season is when the weather gets warmer, cherry blossoms bloom and many seasonal vegetables and fruits get picked. We will introduce some Japanese cuisine and desserts that you can only eat during the spring time!

Spring Season Guide For Japanese Food!

What's the Meaning of Hanami?

With the cherry-blossom season coming soon, learn the meaning of the ancient tradition of "flower-viewing"!

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lubranco

Tokyo & Kyoto Cherry Blossom 2019 Forecast

Cherry Blossom (sakura) 2019 season in Tokyo is forecasted to start on the 21st of March and be in full bloom from the 29th. For Kyoto, the season should start on the 27th and be in full bloom on from the 3rd of April.

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tabikamome

Gluten-Free Sweets: Organic Orange Pancakes!

Anniversary Garden is an organic restaurant in chic Shirokanedai which also serves delicious gluten-free sweets.

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Lili Wanderlust

Too-Cute-To-Eat Easter Desserts In Japan!

Easter Sunday is the day to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Although bunnies and eggs symbolize Easter, this day is celebrated by going to Easter service at a church and children go on a Easter egg hunt. What about Easter in Japan?

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It Tastes The Best During Spring! Try Out Some Seasonal Japanese Seafood

In Japan, we put a lot of emphasis on season, and this affects what we eat. This article will introduce some of the main seafoods that Japanese people especially eat during spring season.

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Best Shirasu Bowls In Kamakura Area

In Japan, shirasu (whitebait, Young Sardine) is used in many food during the spring season.In Kanagawa prefecture, there is a ban to collect shirasu between January to March. This year, the collection of shirasu started on 3/11, and this is also when restaurants start serving shirasu bowls in the Kamakura area. Enjoy the fresh taste of shirasu bowls this spring season in the Kamakura area!

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