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Hungry but in a Hurry? Try These 4 Easy Japanese Breakfasts!

With our busy lives, we tend to not care about having a filling breakfast anymore. There are people who skip breakfast and straight up go for brunch or lunch, especially since many restaurants do not open until before noon, thus putting their health at risk. If you grew up in an Asian household, you better…

Try This Brand New Organic Miso Soup Endorsed by an Australian Model in Japan

Australian model Miranda Kerr is very popular in Japan. Her beauty has a cute look which is the reason why many men and women like her. Ever since she endorsed Marukome, a Japanese miso soup paste producer, her name became more well-known. Recently, she was given another product to advertise with her own personal input;…

Do You Like Miso Soup? You Would Love this Japanese Dish from Kyushu!

One of Japan’s greatest treasures is its huge variety of delicious food. The reason why there are quite a number of dishes in Japan is due to its rich and diverse culture and history, as well as the climates which differ in various regions. Therefore, there is an abundance of different local ingredients and food…

Kick-Start Your Day with Breakfast the Traditional Japanese Way!

Breakfast, the meal of champions! What you eat for your first meal sets the tone for the rest of the day. Cereal is great and all and so is yogurt. If you really want to live Nippon style, go for a traditional Japanese-style breakfast. justonecookbook.com/ Traditional Japanese breakfast includes a few essential elements: White Sticky…

4 Most Loved Home–Cooked Japanese Moms’ dishes

The well known Japanese food such as Sushi, Tempura and Ramen aren’t actually eaten at home by Japanese families (well at least not daily). These foods are commonly eaten at the restaurants. So, what do the Japanese people eat at home? Home-cooked meals are called “Ofukuro no aji” which literally means “Mom’s Taste”. Read on…
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Ichi Ju San Sai: the Principle of a Perfect Japanese Meal

People say Japanese food brings long life span to all of us. If you like or are used to some hot and strong-tasting foods, our national food may taste a bit weak to you, but let’s take a look at what kind of meal Japanese usually eat. This is what Japanese typical dining looks like.…