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 →


Every great cooking 😉 should have a number of essential ingredients at their reach to create wonderful dish as easily as it can be. May them be coconut oil or maybe salt and pepper to spice up your French cooking. Western cooking also involves a number of ingredients at hand, and so does every other Read More →


As you may know, Mochi is a Japanese rice cake made of ‘mochigome’, a short-grain glutinous rice. The rice is pounded into a paste and molded into the desired shape. Usually, a little blob .This, instead, looks like a large drop of water but it’s actually a type of mochi! It’s called Mizu Shingen Mochi Read More →


Located at the northern part of Honshu and pointing to the western Sea of Japan, the Akita Prefecture is not only well-known in Japan for having a number of hot springs and gaily festivals, but as well as for their specialty dish called kiritanpo. A prevalent traditional gastronomy of the Akita, kiritanpo is usually consumed Read More →


Yakisoba is a popular Japanese dish, usually eaten during snack and/or lunch. Literally meaning “fried noodles”, yakisoba is believed to have originated in China. However, during the early 20th century, fried noodles made a debut in food stalls in the Japanese country. Yakisoba noodle is made from wheat flour, although ‘soba’ is buckwheat in English. Read More →

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