Hanami Dango is enjoyed during cherry blossom viewing in Japan. These three-color rice balls (Sanshoku Dango) is a popular treat in spring!
Slathered in sweet & savory miso glaze, Miso Dengaku with tofu, eggplant, daikon, or konnyaku has been enjoyed in Japan since 1500’s.
After indulgence of Japanese New Year feast, Nanakusa Gayu (seven herb rice porridge) is eaten on January 7 to help our stomachs recover.
Try this delicious cold brew coffee made with ground coffee, filtered water, and a bit of time and patience, resulting in a less acidic and more aromatic cold coffee.
Refreshing arugula salad with flavorful fennel and sweet navel orange accompanied by a delightful champagne vinegar dressing.
Irresistible simmered kabocha squash flavored with just shio koji, resulting in unique umami flavor.
Warabi Mochi is a chilled, deliciously chewy, jelly-like mochi covered with sweet and nutty soybean powder and drizzled with kuromitsu syrup.
Enjoy and relax with authentic matcha at home. Green tea is full of antioxidants, and the unique earthy matcha flavors are irresistible.
Refreshing and spicy soba salad with soba noodle tossed in a honey soy dressing, garnish with green onion and cilantro.
Yatsuhashi is the most popular traditional Japanese sweet from Kyoto, you can make this delicious treat at home with just a few simple ingredients.
Japanese spinach salad (Spinach Gomaae) is a delicious and refreshing side dish prepared with blanched spinach dressed in savory nutty sesame sauce.