On Children’s Day, the Japanese decorate their house and eat special foods wishing for children’s health and happiness.
The classic Japanese Clam Soup is made with clear kombu dashi broth and Manila clams, and traditionally served for Girls’ Day (Hinamatsuri).
This crunchy and toasty sautéed yam absorbs the flavors from soy sauce being charred in the pan. Inspired by the Japanese drama, Midnight Diner.
Mame gohan, or Japanese green pea rice, is a classic rice dish that is often served during the springtime when the peas are in season.
If you love iced coffee, then you must try Japanese Iced Coffee. Enjoy all the flavors and aromatics from the beans without the acidity.
Making these soft, light, spongy Japanese steamed cake (Mushi-pan) is super easy, enjoy them as a healthy breakfast or after-school snack. Choose savory or sweet based on the ingredients you use.
Simple and savory homemade miso soup with dashi stock, detailed recipe instructions on how to cook different types of miso soup.
Chanko Nabe or Sumo Stew is a robust hot pot filled with all kinds of vegetables and tons of protein in a rich dashi and chicken broth.
Making a beautiful cheese board to entertain guests and friends! Here are some quick step by step guides to creating beautiful and well-balanced cheese board that everyone will remember!
Enjoy these popular foods at a picnic under cherry trees during cherry blossom viewing, when the beautiful cherry trees blossom into a sea of pink.
Hanami Dango is enjoyed during cherry blossom viewing in Japan. These three-color rice balls (Sanshoku Dango) is a popular treat in spring!