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Motsunabe Recipe: Innards Japanese Hot Pot!

Motsunabe is a kind of Japanese hot pot from Fukuoka Prefecture. The main ingredients are "motsu", beef innards. This post will introduce you the recipe of motsunabe. The ingredients for motsunabe are cheap and it's motsunabe is easy to make, so let's give it a try!

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Japanese Soy Sauce Types And How To Use Them

This article presents the 5 types of Japanese soy sauce and what dishes you can make with them.

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Oden and Its Ingredients In Pictures- Japan's Soul Winter Dish!

Have you ever heard of "oden"? It is a common Japanese winter (and autumn) dish. It can be served at restaurants, food stalls, convenience stores, and made at home. One interesting thing about oden is that it has a great variety of ingredients. Here is a list of common items you'll find in a pot of oden!

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Omurice Recipe With Delicious Demi-Glace Sauce

You definitely should try this amazing Japanese dish at home! Omurice, basically fried rice wrapped in an omelet, is one of Japan's favorite and is served at many restaurants. You can easily make it with simple ingredients at home.

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Nashi (梨) Pear: All About Japan's Oldest Traditional Fruit

Nashi pears are a type of pear found in Japan. They have been grown for over a thousand years. This article will tell you all about the Japanese nashi pear: what it is, the popular types, and how Japanese people consume them.

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Japanese Kombu Cha: A Delicious Tea Made From Seaweed!

Seaweed is an important element of Japanese cuisine. However, outside of Japan, few people know what kinds of seaweeds are consumed and how they are consumed. Many foreigners are surprised to know that seaweed can be the basic flavor of a simple tea infusion called kombu cha. Here is an introduction to the Japanese seaweed tea!

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Best Places To Try The Famous Japanese Fluffy Pancakes In Tokyo!

Have you tried the world famous super fluffy Japanese pancakes? They're so fluffy that they jiggle, and they're so delicious! These Instaworthy pancakes are a must-try in Tokyo. Here are the best places to have them!

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What is Omotenashi? (Japanese Hospitality)

Omotenashi is the Japanese version of hospitality, and an important part of Japanese culture. It's one of those things that is easy to recognize, but difficult to describe. This quick article will be my attempt to explain omotenashi in a way that makes sense.

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9 Ways to Enjoy Japanese Festivals! (Japanese Games & Booths)

There are so many ways to enjoy Japanese festivals, they are so animated and fun because of all the festival games and booths available. You don't have to be a kid to try them all! Now you'll know how to enjoy some traditional Japanese games.

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12 Impossibly Cool Bars in Shinjuku, Tokyo

Shinjuku is a district in central Tokyo that does not sleep. There are countless bars and drinking spots open until the wee hours of the next day. If you have no idea where you should go to drink, here are some recommendations that will make your night journey into Shinjuku exciting!

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How To Enjoy Japanese Sochu And Make Some Cocktails With It!

Shochu is a kind of Japanese traditional spirit. Its Alcohol content varies usually from 25 to 30% and it has taste and smell that are quite characteristic and different from sake. Shochu can be enjoyed simply straight, on the rock, but it makes a nice cocktail base as well, by adding fruit juices and other beverages. This post will list only the most popular shochu-based drinks you can make on your own in a whim!

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15 BEST Places To Have Sublime Desserts In Tokyo!

These are the must-try famous dessert places in Tokyo! We've included some dessert buffets, traditional desserts, ice cream parlours (matcha, sesame), famous fancy fruit parlours, and more! Every address is located near a main station of Tokyo.

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14 BEST Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) Restaurants in Tokyo! (include take away)

Yakiniku, or Japanese BBQ is one of the most popular foods in Japan so you just have to try it while you are in Japan! Here is the ultimate list of the best yakiniku restaurants in Tokyo. It includes restaurants in popular areas such as Shibuya and Ginza, and also restaurants of various price ranges from high-end to cheap. Surely you'll find one that fits your need.

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Arirang's Mysterious Hot Dog Is So Hot Right Now! That Cheese Pull Though!

The Korean boom was thought to be slowly dying down in Japan, but it has clearly regained in popularity lately! The Korean gourmet trends often come to Japan one by one and can be especially seen in Tokyo's Korean town, Shinokubo. You need to try this cheese hot dog!

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Haru Matsuri: Here Are The Most Famous Spring Festivals In Japan

From March to May, here are the most important spring celebrations in Japan. These are the so-called, "haru matsuri", which literally means spring festivals.

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World's First Michelin Star Ramen Restaurant "Tsuta" Should Be On Your Bucket List

If you've never heard of Tsuta, you owe yourself five minutes to find out now. Having gained the first ever Michelin star to the ramen world, Chef and owner, Yuki Onishi, has taken Japanese soba noodles to the next level, nay "enlightenment." Eat before you read this 'cos it will make you hungry!

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2 Simple Japanese Pudding (Purin) Recipes You Need To Try At Home!

Would you like to try a super popular Japanese dessert recipe at home? Here are two simple recipes you can try: Japanese purin and the matcha version. Yummm

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5 Things You Want To Know About Dashi

Dashi is a fundamental ingredient you cannot go without when making any Japanese dishes. Dashi is basically a soup full of umami flavor. You boil typical ingredients such as kombu seaweed, dried sardines, katsuobushi flakes and other things to make it. Here's everything you want to know about dashi.

Nancy
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Are Harumaki Japanese? (What Are Spring Rolls?) +Recipe

The Japanese word 'harumaki' (春巻き)translates to 'spring roll' in English, and refers to those deep-fried, crispy rolls filled with various vegetables and meat. But are spring rolls Japanese? And how are they different from egg rolls? Read on to find out more. Scroll to the end for a recipe/

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A Look Inside Final Fantasy Eorzea Cafe In Akihabara, Tokyo!

Eorzea Cafe is a themed Final Fantasy cafe based on the universe of FFXIV. The interior will blow you away, and the themed foods will thrill any fan of the famous Square Enix game. There are only two in Japan: one in Tokyo and another in Osaka. Here's a look inside the branch in Akihabara, Tokyo!

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