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Japan's Best Seasoning Series!
In 2013, "washoku (Japanese traditional food culture)" was included in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List. The winning express of gentle and healthy Japanese cuisine is based on the use of unique Japanese seasonings!
Seasonings can be easily purchased in places like convenience stores or supermarkets, and they are the must-have item for Japanese families! This time I will introduce some of Japan's best seasonings to you.
The flavour of curry is ranged from sweet to spicy, then how many levels is it divided?
Do you like curry? The sweet curry or spicy curry, which one is your favorite?
In Japan, the flavour of curry is roughly divided into 5 levels from sweet to spicy.
Today, I will tell you about the heat levels of Japanese curries.
How much do you know about Japanese cuisine made from soybeans?
Do you like soybeans? For Japanese people, soybean is a very important source of protein. In Japanese cuisine, people often use processed soybeans, which are not only delicious but also beneficial to the body.
Well, let me introduce the processed foods made with Japanese soybeans.
Various new drinking method of nihonshu!
Nihonshu is the wine made from rice, water and koji. Although it is enough to make Japanese proud, yet many Japanese are not good at drinking...
And some people want to drink it, but the alcohol of nihonshu is about 15-16 degrees, so they are afraid to have a try.
For such people and those who like drinking nihonshu, I'd like to recommend some new drinking method of nihonshu which can be mixed at home.
Housewives ·Home-aloners must read ! Variations of Mochi Recipe
Speaking of Japan's indispensable food in the New Year's Holiday, it must be "mochi"!
In normal times, we often bake the round mochi and mashed mochi, or cook the zoni.
But, there must be some mochi left...when realizes, the New Year's Holiday may be over...
How could this be.
Let's try to reprocess these extra mochi with other methods!
How to be Popular at Lunch Time!
The scorching heat of summer has calmed to a cool autumn.
Autumns here in Japan are filled with a whole slew of events--athletic meets, picnics, class trips and more!
Your trips outside will skyrocket, and so a bento box lunch will naturally be essential!
We tried making a character bento that will leave you shocked the moment you pop open the bento box lid!