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jasmine7031 · 3 months ago
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I ate delicious Japanese food.
The rice cooked with corn was sweet and exquisite.
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rodolfo9999 · 28 days ago
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Had the Japanese cuisine at the Michelin 3star restaurant Kashiwaya located at the Senriyama Suita city, Osaka.
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blogdeepdonutfatality · a month ago
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Bento time is the best time 🍱
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Have good rest of your week everyone 😊
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makesushi1 · a year ago
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Want to make the inside of your sushi rolls look like snails? I got your back 🐌🍣
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researcherposts · 4 months ago
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Japanese Folk Cuisine Recipe: Mitama
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It's Bon [盆] next month and this would be a perfect condiment for welcoming your ancestors back home. Mitama [みたま] (or Mitama-gohan [みたまご飯]) above is a dish eaten in Ishikawa Prefecture and other parts of Northern Japan during festive seasons such as Bon or even served during funeral. Mitama is glutinous white rice with Kuromame [黒豆] (black soy-beans) added to it so, the recipe is just that; very straightforward. Although, boiling the beans with sugar and soy-sauce prior to mixing with rice or having them plain is solely up to you!
Technically, Mitama as in [御霊] (or pronounced Goryō) is a honorific term for "soul/spirit", hence it's considered as an appropriate cuisine in relation to ancestral veneration. Furthermore, Mitama is widely eaten by the locals during the Shijōshiki [上棟式] (i.e.: a form of purification ritual conducted after an architectural infrastructure is completed) instead of the typical festive dish Sekihan [赤飯] (below) and this is because the red color of this particular dish resembles fire, thus seen as an omen for fire hazards involving the newly built infrastructure.
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emmaklee · 9 months ago
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Japanese cuisine
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nicholasandriani · 4 months ago
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Ramen Egg (味付け玉子): Hidden Secrets of the perfectly runny, not-too-gooey Ajitsuke Tamago
味付け玉子: Hidden Secrets of the perfectly runny, not-too-gooey "Ramen Egg"or Ajitsuke Tamago #ramenbowl #ramen #japanesecooking #ryori
Photo by Ponyo Sakana on Pexels.com Frigid eveningA fresh, brothy noodles slurpsnear the oishii–Niko “I felt that I was a noodle. It was spooky. I hope to read more by Niko. Perhaps next time, something longer.”- Zob GloopTweet Oh the pleasures of taste come in myriad ways. The foods and the paths they take, swirling about our world in a bath of culture, both yeast and human. One of the…
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jasmine7031 · 7 months ago
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It is the season when firefly squid is delicious.
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rodolfo9999 · 2 months ago
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I uploaded the breakfast plate of japanese cuisine. We enjoyed the gorgeous seafood bowl consisted from the Crab, sweet shrimp, scallop, salmon, salmon roe, octopus, whelk with wasabi, cod roe. The Japanese set meal was also very delicious at the Hotel mystays premier Sapporo park.
We returned to Osaka thorough CTS-HND, HND-ITM. HND-ITM was the first class seat. JAL supplied us the bottled champagne.
JAL provided us with an unlimited amount of champagne, but we were given only 15 minutes to drink it. Because Haneda and Itami took less than an hour.
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researcherposts · 5 months ago
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Japanese Folk Cuisine Recipe: Gawa
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Eat like a fisherman from Omaezaki!
Since it's summer, I decided to share one of my favorite local food from Omaezaki City [御前崎市] (Shizuoka Prefecture) called Gawa [ガワ] (above) which is a cold soup perfect for hot summer days as well as it being simple to make!
Ingredients are as follows and you can adjust the amounts according to your estimation:
① Ginger
② Perilla
③ Miso paste
⑤ Wild ginger
⑥ Fish of your choice
⑦ Pickled vegetables
⑧ Umeboshi [梅干]
⑨ Leek, onion, and cucumber
First, cut all the vegetables according to your preferred size, but remember to soak the chopped onions in water to remove their hotness.
Second, dilute the miso paste in cold water by mixing well.
Third, mince your fresh fish.
Forth, dump it all inside the cold miso soup and add ice cubes in it as well.
Fifth, enjoy.
The reason why it's called Gawa is said to be from the rattling sound that the ice cubes make when inside the vessel when you stir the soup, but nonetheless, you may eat this dish with noodles or as a rice topping.
(Recipe source)
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