Sun-Grown Tea

The unique ways of growing tea and the interesting art of drinking it have been and will always be a part of the Japanese tradition. According to history, tea was first used as a drink of religious classes in Japan. Originally, tea seeds were imported from China; although much of the cultivation took place in Japan. Read More →

Japanese Green Tea Ice Cream Ingredients

Although there are many unique, interesting, and absolutely delicious desserts in Japan; ice cream in this country is just as popular as it is in the western part of the globe. Among other flavours, green tea has become the favourite of Japanese. In fact, even the rest of East Asia. How about holding a party Read More →


Japanese cuisine has a unique flavor that will surely impress even the most discerning diner. If you have a sweet tooth, then you need to try making your own Japanese dessert. One of the most popular and easy to do is Anmitsu. The original Anmitsu recipe consists of sweet bean paste or anko, mitsu or Read More →

Popular Japanese Desserts

Well, the Japanese cuisine is not all about rice (sushi) and/or thin slices of fresh fish (sashimi). It is also about something else.. something sweet! It is not only the Japanese people who cook Japanese dishes. Even Americans, Europeans, and other people from around the globe prepare Japanese dishes at the comfort of their own Read More →


Shabu-shabu, which can also be spelled shyabu-shyabu, is a popular Japanese dish. It is so famous that it is served in many Japanese restaurants all over the world. Although a ‘young’ dish (young for the fact that it was introduced in a restaurant in Osaka only in the late 20th century), shabu-shabu has quickly gained Read More →

Anko Toast

It can be supposed that Anko can now pass as one of the Japanese staples these days.  Anko is a sweet paste made from zauki beans. Although on their own, Azuki beans are sweet, but they are still commonly sweetened with sugar or honey. The appearance of the azuki beans make it difficult to be Read More →


Aburaage is said to be Japan’s key for the soft tofu problem. Aburaage are tofu pouched made from thinly sliced tofu that are deep fried conferring to an intricate procedure that produces flexible, delicious and resilient tofu. Historically, the Japanese was the first to develop tofu pouches. Although, its history us not much clearly stated. Read More →


Whereas Japanese delicacies are actually adored around the world due to its balanced, unique, and also scrumptious traits, street food is now an increasingly common way for visitors to experience new and unaccustomed cultures. Japan isn’t any exemption since eastern-influenced street foods tend to be doing their way onto plates and hands from around the Read More →

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Apparently, the Bento boxes are specially made for children and persons who eat outside the comforts of their home for some reasons, may the reasons be because of school days or working hours. Putting some art on those boxes especially on children’s makes it interesting for them to grab and eat what’s in it and Read More →

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