Japanese Foods You Must Try While in Tokyo

Sushi, soy sauce and vegetables.

Tokyo is one of the exciting dining destinationsb of the world. There you will be having a wide range of both local and regional Japanese cuisine. The top restaurants in Tokyo have accrued more Michelin stars than New York and Paris. Tokyo is a city where you will find a portion of … Read more

About Japanese Grunt Fish or Isaki

Grunt sculpin

The Japanese Grunt Fish or Isaki is a traditional Japanese fish that is served in many Edomae-Style sushi restaurants. Over the years it has become increasingly popular since restaurants today offer several different types of sushi made from a single grunt fish. Although sushi tends to be on the expensive side but … Read more

Guide To Making Fried Noodle Chips

Uncooked noodles

Crispy fried noodle chips are found in soups and other dishes at restaurants. If you are craving for them at home, know that you can make them by following some simple steps. The best thing about these chips is that they are not only addictive but can also be used as topping … Read more

Benefits of Cabbage Miso Soup

Cabbage miso soup close-up

Since its advent about 1300 years ago in Japan, miso has been a star ingredient of many Asian cuisines. Miso means fermented beans, which stands true as it has fermented soybeans and grains. Although it helped preserve food, its rich umami flavor—a mix of salty, earthy, and a smidgeon of sweetness—was so … Read more

Benefits of a Traditional Japanese Diet

A bowl filled with Japanese soup

Owing to the harmony of flavors and well-balanced nutrition, the Japanese are famous for their traditional treats worldwide. Their diets are a treat to tastebuds with healthy benefits.  The traditional Japanese cuisine is based on washoku. Washoku is a set of high-end culinary skills and a well-balanced diet with rice and side … Read more

How to Cook and Plate Brown Rice Onigiri

brown rice onigiri with white rice onigiri in the background

Do you know the difference between white rice and brown rice? Let us explain that brown rice comes from the same rice plant as white rice. The only visible variation is in its color: rice has a barn covering over them. The fibrous coating causes the rice kernels to appear brown. When … Read more

How To Make And Serve KOKUHO Brown Rice

Rice Grains on a wooden spoon

Rice is an integral part of Japanese cuisine and, if you are new to this, it might be difficult for you to choose among the wide assortment of rice available. Out of the various types available today, let us dig into the details of kokuho rice.  Kokuho means treasure. Harvested in the … Read more

How To Make Burdock Chips?

An evening snack

If burdock chips aren’t on your snack list then you should definitely give this cultural delight a chance. Not only are these delicious but pretty simple to makel. It is a famous Japanese dish that contains a lot of fiber and sugar. If you have organized a small get-together of friends, then … Read more

How to Season a Donabe and Cook With it

A white Donabe

If you ever have a conversation with someone who recently visited Japan, one thing they will always talk about is their food. Japanese cuisines are famous worldwide: sushi or ramen, for naming a few.  Japanese food stands out because of its blend of flavor, rigorous preparation, and traditional techniques. They cook and … Read more

Planning a Quick Camping Trip in Japan

Japanese umbrellas used for decorating on a wall

Irasshaimase, Japan!  As a place full of mesmerizing landscapes, a culture of gratitude, incredible sights, and delightful treats, Japan is a dream vacation spot for many. It is a country where everything operates as it should. The most famous part of Japan is camping. If you are ready to travel to Japan … Read more