• Where To Eat In Tokyo: Monjayaki Street!

    If the south of Japan is famous for being the mecca of comfort food, Tokyo is nothing less with its Monjayaki! One of the reasons travel in Japan is a continuous discovery, it is not only thanks to its incredible…

  • 7 July in Japan: Tanabata Matsuri, an unfortunate love story

    7th of July in Japan is the day when wishes are expressed and love is celebrated. Streets are decorated with flashy banners; outside houses and shops beautiful vases with bamboo tree show flutter slips of paper; smiling girls in elegant summer…

  • # 5 FALSE MYTHS ABOUT SUSHI

    Sushi in Japan. There are many myths and misconceptions about Japanese people and culture. One of these concerns the type of daily eating. If you have traveled around the country you will have noticed that often expectations do not really…

  • Japanese Yakisoba – Udon Style (焼うどん)

    Sauteed noodles with vegetables and pork seasoned with a sweet and sour sauce. Yakisoba is a classic of Japanese street food, especially in this period with the arrival of summer Matsuri.   I had never heard of this dish before…

  • Japanese Lunch Box: Obento (お弁当)

    The gastronomic culture of a country, enclosed in a box. The Obento have always been considered one of the many symbols of Japan. With their simplicity and beauty, they are capable of making the mealtime pleasant, tasty and, if carefully prepared…

  • Obeto Yeriyaki

    Teriyaki Sauce – 照り焼きレシピ

    Tasty and versatile, Teriyaki sauce is one of the most famous and appreciated Japanese condiments both in the country and overseas. Here is his simple recipe! A tasty idea even for your packed lunch (Obento)!   In Japanese cuisine, there…

  • Umeshu: The Japanese Plum Liqueur

    Umeshu ・ 梅酒 is the Japanese liqueur par excellence. With a golden color, a syrupy consistency and a sweet taste, it is one of the most popular summer drinks. For years it has been made at home by Japanese families…

  • Manjū: here’s how to cook them at home!

    Today we cook together Manjū, traditional Japanese sweets made with a mixture of flour + sugar and stuffed with Azuki bean cream. From the distinguished sweetness, they are one of the ideal accompaniments of the Japanese Tea Ceremony. – Some…