The Japanese celebrate the New Year Day with traditional New Year foods called Osechi Ryori (御節料理), here are some popular dishes.
We came up with some really festive Japanese desserts, from most popular Japanese desserts to wagashi (Japanese confectionery) that will impress your guests!
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.
Just One Cookbook has turned 4 years old, it’s been an amazing experiencing sharing Japanese recipes with readers around the world.
Warm soba noodle in a delicate katsuo kombu dashi and topped with shrimp tempura, kamaboko, and sliced scallion.
This delicious miso-based soup is enjoyed on New Years Day in Japan. Its flavor and ingredients vary by region and household.
Classic street vendor snack in Japan, warm soft fish shaped cake with red bean filling. You can also use Nutella and other fillings.
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Delicious and easy Japanese crepe topped with cabbage, green onion, bean sprout, noodles, and sliced pork belly from Hiroshima Japan.
Airy and delightful blueberry souffle cheesecake topped with blueberry jam, simply melts in your mouth.