Guide to Japanese Food



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Introduction to Japanese Food

Introduction to Japanese Food

Although rice consumption in Japanese households is declining, rice is a staple of the Japanese diet. Rice cakes (mochi) are also commonly consumed....


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Cooking Japanese Tempura

Cooking Japanese Tempura

Tempura is deep fried vegetable or seafood,which is commonly eaten in Japan. If you know some tips,it's not so hard to make delicious tempura at...


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How to Cook Japanese Rice

How to Cook Japanese Rice

Put the rice in a bowl and wash with cold water. Repeat washing until the water becomes clear. Drain the rice in a colander and set aside. Place...


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How to Drink Green Tea

How to Drink Green Tea

Japanese tea usually indicates green tea. There are many kinds of green tea: gyokuro, sencha, macha, genmaicha, bancha, and more. To brew tasty green...


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How to Drink Sake

How to Drink Sake

Pour sake into a ceramic flask called tokkuri.To warm the sake, soak the tokkuri in boiling water in a pan. Pour sake into a small cup called o-choko...


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How to Prepare Fish for Sushi

How to Prepare Fish for Sushi

How to prepare common raw fish and cooked fish used for sushi. *Make sure to purchase fresh fish from a certified store/dealer. *Make sure to keep...


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Japanese Chopsticks Manners

Japanese Chopsticks Manners

It might take some time to practice, but it's worth learning it. Basics: How to Hold Chopsticks: Hold the upper chopstick with the index...


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Japanese Gyoza

Japanese Gyoza

Gyoza is a popular dumpling in Japan. Gyoza originated in China, and it's said to have been introduced to Japan in late 17th century. Gyoza is...


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Japanese Sake

Japanese Sake

About sake : Sake is a clear alcohol drink which is basically made by fermenting steamed rice with koji mold and water. Sake has about 15% alcohol....


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Japanese Sake Sets

Japanese Sake Sets

The Japanese believe that drinking Sake is one of the finer pleasures in life, and in order to enjoy it to the fullest the Sake bottle you pour from...


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