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When it comes to spicy condiments in Japanese cuisine, the first thing people may think of is wasabi (わさび). Some people may argue that wasabi is not technically spicy since it does not burn the tongue and throat, but instead, causes a slight stinging sensation in the nose. Nevertheless,...

Kit Kat’s immense popularity around the world is no news, so as its solid fanbase in Japan. I have yet to see a country that can ace Japan when it comes to worshipping this popular chocolate favorite by producing some of the most unique, bizarre, and over-the-top variations fit...

Many people hate wasabi because of the burning sensation that it leaves on the tongue. Add to that the sharp, stinging pain that makes you tear up when you eat more than what you should and it's no wonder there are people who dislike this condiment. Inside a sushi...

We all know that wasabi is a side dish on our plate, which is usually served with sushi or sashimi at a Japanese restaurant. Its pungent flavor and a lot of health benefits make it so special that Japanese people even love to use it as a main ingredient...

As Romeo is not complete without Juliet, sushi is surely not complete without wasabi. This famous green paste which gives everything a pungent flavor leaves people either loving or hating it. Wasabi is usually served as a side dish alongside ginger. Regardless of how you feel about wasabi, here...

Food in Japan is said to be some of the best. The food here comes in all forms and is prepared and cooked in many ways. But for those of you who are not native to the land of the rising sun, how familiar are you with your Japanese...

Even the most diligent housewife (or househusband) doesn’t have the time to make EVERYTHING from scratch. Grated ginger? Nasty shredded fingernails. Pureed garlic? Stanky hands for days. ameblo.jp/ Just give the following a quick squeeze, mix mix mix, and voila! Taste galore! Just make sure to refrigerate after opening. 1. Hot...

Sushi is one of the most iconic Japanese foods known throughout the world. However, when you go to Japan you may discover that even though local sushi are a lot better than those served back home, their quality varies greatly. Here are the top 14 sushi restaurants that serve...

Introduction In many Japanese occasions, Wasabi has always been one of the main ingredients. This is an extremely spicy condiment, which is popularly used in eating sushi. This can also be used in a variety of dishes such as sashimi, soba, udon, etc. It is available in paste or...

If you like Japanese food, you must have already realized that there is something that makes it different from the foods in other countries. Yes, Japanese food normally is characterized as light food, with no strong flavours but tasting goods. Below are some of the elements that go hand...

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