category : FOOD
Issues about popular omiyage 〜Part 2〜
After the introduction of First Part, now I will talk to you the Second Part of Popular Omiyage! Different from the omiyage with a slightly higher price I introduced to you last time, this time I want to introduce you the omiyage that is both easily available in convenience stores and is very popular among tourists!
The quality of the key to the deliciousness of the dishes! What is the Japanese dashi culture?
Japanese Washoku is determined by UNESCO as the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The key to mastering the delicious Washoku is the Japanese dashi. Japan is surrounded by sea, and the culture of extracting dashi from fish and other seafood has been developed since ancient times. This time we will take a look at Japanese dashi!
Shichimi tougarashi, magic powder for delicious cuisine.
Shichimi togarashi is a Japanese seasoning made mainly of peppers and mixed with 7 kinds of spices.This time, I will introduce to you some relevant information about shichimi togarashi which is a very popular seasoning in Japan.
Can't help but want to try! Understand the knowledge about sushi that will be good for you
The sushi is eaten with chopsticks or directly by hand? What is the tsukemono on the table when eating sushi? There must be the answers for these questions in the sushi restaurant. After reading this article, there is no doubt that you will know how to enjoy sushi better from tomorrow?!~
Do You Know All the Varieties of Japanese Green Teas? Test Your Knowledge!
There are a bunch of different varieties of Japanese tea.
Can you explain the differences between all of them?
Truth be told, not even a lot of Japanese people could tell you, either.
Let's take a look at the different varieties of Japanese tea!
Ever Wanted to Eat Ramen at a Cart Like You See in Old Movies?
Ramen carts were a major part of Japanese culture in the 1950s, but you don't see them very often in present-day Japan.
But thanks to our investigation we turned up a few that were still in business! Next time you're in Japan, swing on by and give them a try!!