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Japanese Cold Remedies

2 Apr

There are three highly acclaimed Japanese home remedies, negi-miso-yu, shogayu, and tamagozake, and today we’ll give you the recipes, so keep reading and take note!   In Japan, traditional home remedies are an excellent option to treat symptoms such as coughs and congestion, because they are natural and very effective.   Cold remedies in Japan […]

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Wakame: The Japanese Seaweed

31 Mar

Wakame seaweed is an ingredient increasingly in demand in the kitchens of the world’s best restaurants. Its nutritional values are convincing reasons to include it in our diet. It strengthens defenses, provides minerals, and protects bones. All this makes the wakame seaweed a great gastronomic richness to be discovered.   How is the wakame seaweed […]

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Japanese Dining: The Lost Art

26 Mar

  These days, Westernization has begun to eat away at time-honored dining customs. Here are some food practices that can bring back an authentic Japanese flair.     Chabudai     Today’s Japanese families start using Americanized tables. However, there are still many traditionalists who sit on cushions at low tables like their ancestors before […]

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How to Drink Whiskey in Japan?

24 Mar

Japanese whisky production stretches back to the early 19th century.   Today, visitors to Japan experience that culture for themselves in bars and restaurants around the country   How to drink whiskey in Japan   Look for Subtlety   Japanese whiskey tends to distinguish itself from conventional scotch, and other whiskeys, with a subtlety of […]

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Do You Know the Varieties of Nabemono, the Japanese Hot Pot?

19 Mar

Nabemono or nabe is a term that alludes to all varieties of Japanese stew dishes. Nabe means “casserole” and nabe means things. Most Nabemono is made up of stews and soups eaten during the colder seasons.    Casseroles are usually made of clay or thick cast iron. They are typically placed in the center of […]

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The Interesting Relationship Between Japanese Food and Whiskey

17 Mar

You still don’t know Japanese whiskey? You might be surprised to learn that they are among the best in the world.   When pairing Japanese whiskey with food, serve the whiskey neat or slightly chilled. Sip the whiskey before or just after you take a bite and don’t cleanse your palate in between drinks.   […]

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The Japanese Love for Kit-Kat Bars and Their 300 Flavors

12 Mar

    One of the most curious things among foreigners traveling to Japan is something seemingly simple: the Kit Kat. So why does something that we all have in our own country cause so much curiosity and anger among foreigners? Because in Japan, there are Kit Kats in many different flavors!   Kit-Kat bars in […]

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Get to Know Agari: The Japanese Green Tea

10 Mar

The idea behind hot green tea in sushi restaurants is that the astringency of the tea cuts the fat from the food. In this way, you clean your mouth so you can try a different kind of sushi. Agari offers the right amount of flavor that complements sushi. Let’s learn more about this green tea, […]

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Japanese Beer

5 Mar

If there is a country in the world full of culture and traditions, it can undoubtedly be Japan. The land of the rising sun, where today, technology, modernity, and deep-rooted customs go hand in hand. Also, it has its little piece of history and beer culture written all over it.   Contrary to what one […]

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Japanese‌ ‌Vegetables‌ ‌in‌ ‌March‌

3 Mar

Japanese cuisine is well known for its use of fresh vegetables in season. In March, both spring cabbage and broccoli are used in a wide variety of Japanese dishes, and they also have a lot of flavor and health benefits.   Vegetables in March   Among the many different types of cabbage in Japanese cuisine, […]

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