Traveled to Japan and overwhelmed by the number of beer choices? Read this Japanese beer guide to get to know different beer types and flavors.
Planning your first trip to Japan? Here’s a list of essential travel tips – from accommodation to transportation to eating – to help you plan ahead for your visit to Japan.
In Tokyo, high-end shopping and exquisite dining are synonymous with Ginza. Whether it’s to catch a Kabuki performance or browsing for unique gifts, you’ll probably find it in Tokyo Ginza.
You are not sure what cookware and tableware you should check out while visiting Japan? Here are 10 things that are worth bringing back in your suitcase from Japan.
In Japan, when the sweet summer days are here, it is time to don a yukata and join the locals to attend a Japanese Matsuri (festival). Experience a one-of-a-kind street food fair and here are just some of the popular Japanese festival foods enjoyed in Japan.
What are your favorite Japanese noodles? Today we’ll take a look at two popular Japanese noodles – Soba and Udon – and learn more about how these noodles are made, the difference in flavor, and how they are eaten.
Planning to visit Japan, or simply dining with Japanese friends? Avoid an awkward experience and enjoy your meal by first reviewing this basic guide to Japanese dining etiquette.
A uniquely Japanese cuisine that’s deeply based on a history of East meets West, Yoshoku dishes like curry rice, tonkatsu, and doria are rooted in Western cuisine but adapted in Japanese fashion.
Join us on the Kikkoman Factory Tour in Noda, Japan and learn how soy sauce is made. We had hands-on experience making soy sauce ourselves and toured Goyogura – the Imperial Soy Sauce Brewery.
New to Japanese cooking? Read on to learn more about mirin and sake, the two essential condiments used in Japanese cuisine.