Food & Drinks

Two Essentials You Should Know About Japanese Sake
Don't Worry About Anything! I’ll Tell You What You Need To Know Japanese sake is becoming more popu
Yakumi, condiments that give Japanese food a peculiar taste
Yakumi, it is important to the Japanese main dish Yakumi is a kind of spice that improves the t
Goboten Udon is a root vegetable cuisine that is loved by the people in Fukuoka Prefecture! Its crispy and crunchy texture is worth giving it a try!
What’s Goboten Udon? It’s Fukuoka people’s soul food. Guess what these finely shredded things are!
Must see things when you visit Ise Jingu (Ise Grand Shrine)! Strolling from Ise Jingu Gekū to Okage-yokocho street is so much fun!
Strolling to Okage-yokocho starts at Iseshi station. In Mie prefecture, Ise Jingu Shrine
The classic donburi dish, oyakodon! People can't get enough of its syrupy texture
It's made from chicken and egg; that's why it's called "parent and child donburi" There are ma
The Japanese seasoning, “Furikake” is secretly becoming popular outside of Japan and used in unexpected ways!
It goes so well with freshly steamed rice! “Furikake” is literally named after its meaning, “to
Hurry before they’re gone! The crispy skin and hot stewed adzuki bean jam is the specialty of “Nezu no Taiyaki”
How about dropping by on your way to the Yanaka Ginza shopping district? “Nezu no Taiyak
”Himokawa Udon” is a kind of foldable noodle like a cloth, a local noodle dish from Gunma
“Is this noodle!?” When I first saw this noodle, I was so surprised even I have been in Japan f
What is the ancestor’s wisdom of “Kakinoha-zushi” , the cuisine traditionally inherited in Nara.
Opening the package is fun! What is “Kakinoha-zushi”, a local dish in Nara? “Kakinoha-zushi”(or
3 things you didn't know about eating anglerfish in Japan
Yes, you can eat anglerfish. Learn more about this intriguing fish.
What is a Kagami mochi decoration? A Japanese New Year tradition
During the end of the year and New Year’s holidays, you’ll see two donut-shaped objects with an oran
The Japanese New Year’s dish, “Nanakusagayu.”
Is this dish too simple for New Year’s festivities? “Nanakusagayu,” a dish from the Edo period.
Osechi dish
Osechi boxes for the New Year’s holidays, a Japanese food tradition.
Traditional dishes for the Japanese New Year’s holiday are Osechi boxes with a variety of lucky food
Ise-jingu Shrine's fire-broiled "New Year's rice cake" gives you a fortune?
A fire is made on New Year’s Eve On December 31st at 8:00 P.M. bonfires are made in the inner a