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.
What does a Japanese meal look like? What do the Japanese eat? Learn about the fundamentals of Ichiju Sansai (一汁三菜), “one soup three dishes” and recreate it at home!
Are you in the mood for something delicious, something different and something fun to watch tonight? Here, we bring you a list of Japanese dramas to stream and watch on Netflix right now. Binge-watching is totally ok.
One of the well-celebrated annual festivals in Japan, Setsubun or the Bean Throwing Festival marks the beginning of spring. Learn more about the origin, the mamemaki ritual and the delicious foods enjoyed on this day.
The Japanese have many traditions celebrating the New Year, including special food, visiting the temple, and giving gift.
Green tea is the daily elixir of Japanese, enjoyed for its sweet, earthy flavor and innumerable health benefits. Learn more about its history, types, benefits, and how to steep the perfect cup of green tea.
Discover the world of Japanese cuisine, or Washoku (和食), and its place in the Japanese history, geography, and culture.
If you enjoy Japanese children stories and folktales, we highly recommended Issun Boshi The One Inch Boy by Icinori, an adaptation of the classic Japanese fairy tale.