Category Archives: JAPANESE FOOD

Takasaki Koube Tei

This is a place in Takasaki where you can eat fine beef at a reasonable price.

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A Japanese Event in August – A Japanese Summer Festival Obon [夏祭り/おぼん]

What is the Summer Festival・Obon? Obon (おぼん)is a Buddhist festival celebrating the return of the spirits of one’s ancestors. Toro (とうろう) lanterns are lit to welcome the ancestors back to the house. Having said that some religions does not do … Continue reading

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A Japanese Event in July – The Star Festival – Tanabata (七夕・たなばた)

Japan is an country of many events. Today is the Star Festival – Tanabata. A table of contents What is The Star Festival (Tanabata 七夕)? History of Tanabata The origin of Tanabata decorations(七夕飾り) 5 colors of Tanzaku (短冊) and the … Continue reading

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The Experiment With Mice 「The foods contained too much fat cause less hair」

According to the News Web Easy, the Tokyo Medical and Dental University and the Tokyo University as groups have studied the relation between foods and hairs and have published in a science magazine 「The Nature」. The group gave adult mice … Continue reading

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Tokyo Downtown – Katsushika Shibamata

I have a notification on my Facebook this morning saying that three year ago I was in Tokyo visiting Katsushika Shibamata. So I though I should introduce you this place. Perhaps the town is not introduced as a major sightseeing … Continue reading

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A Japanese Event in May – The Children’s Day (子供の日)

Compare to other countries, the Japan has many national holidays. As you may know Japan is at so called [Golden Week] holiday right now. It has started 29th of April this year and this long holiday will end 5th May … Continue reading

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Surprising Items You can Buy at Japanese Vending Machines!!!

It is about the various Japanese vending machines Continue reading

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2021 TOP 5 Popular Japanese Foods

Top 5 popular Japanese foods ranking in 2021 Continue reading

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Sakura (Cherry-Blossom) Viewing, Hanami (花見)

Hanami (花見) The spring has come this year too wherever you are! I love Spring with two reasons. First, all things such as buts, sprouts, flowers and birds are awaken from long cold Winter and become active, the sign of … Continue reading

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Do You Know CHIRASHIZUSHI? ちらし寿司知ってる?

Good luck on making chirashizushi!!! Look forward to hearing from you how get on with…

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! (あけましておめでとうございます)

Japanese Traditional New Year’s dishes (Osechi/おせち and Mochi/もち) In Japan, a new year is very important, just like Christmas in Western countries. Some spend the new year with families, gethering and celebrating the new year, cooking special dishes and drinking. … Continue reading

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AFTER ALL, A HOT SPICY RAMEN IS THE BEST ON A COLD DAY (やっぱり、寒い日はスパイシーラーメンがベストよね)

TODAY’S WORD – SPICY からい In Japan, there are noodles (ramen) of various flavor. Miso, Shoyu, Tonkotsu etc… Which one is your favouriate? The recent years the hot spicy noodles have became so poplular. The above picture is a hot … Continue reading

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これなに(何)? WHAT IS THIS?

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