Japanese mayonnaise, Kewpie-style, is loved for its spreadability, flavor, and rich color that comes from straight egg yolks, rather than whole eggs.
An interview with Atsushi Tanaka from A.T. Restaurant, Paris on his dynamic, progressive gastronomy and how he sets himself apart from all others on the Parisian restaurant scene.
The sweeter, Tokyo version of French toast is known as Shibuya. Berries, bread, maple, ice cream, and whipped cream make for a lengthy, but delicious, dish.
The iconic Japanese fried pork is a traditional, delicious comfort food served with a flavorful sauce and shredded cabbage.
A master of making the noodles, Hiromi Takahashi explains the ancient Japanese buckwheat tradition of soba.
Love prawns? Love Japanese? This is for you. Read on for the recipe for restaurant Saké’s Popcorn Shrimp.
From Colombia to Japan, here are six breakfast ideas from around the world to make the morning less mundane.
Hugh Amano recalls some of his indulgent culinary adventures in Japan.
Baird Beer is a Japanese microbrewery that hosts a selection of excellent brews. Beer geek Joakim Bergman visits their pub, The Taproom, in Harajuku, Tokyo.
Elisa Gennari tries her hand at making homemade okonomiyaki – Japanese savoury pancakes.
The third and final part in Joy Zhang’s lovely photo tour of the culinary wonders of Japan.
Joy Zhang continues her trip through the culinary wonders of Japan.
Joy Zhang traveled to the land of sushi and kobe, and brought back some fantastic photos.
The Japanese Benesse House Museum opened in 1992 as a facility integrating a museum with a hotel. Eric Sohl visited.
Check out this beautifully designed tea trolley for those who really take tea time seriously.
Cindy Wang pays a visit to a more than 150 year old tea house in Uji, outside of Kyoto.
When in Kyoto – eat tofu. Cindy Wang with a tip to one of the oldest and most authentic places to visit.
Maria Laitinen is blown away by the scenery and the selection of fish and seafood at Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market.
Denise Sakaki digs into how memories of a bowl of rice can accompany you from childhood and throughout life.