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Sweet! Potatoes in Kawagoe, Japan
Kawagoe (川越), a roughly 30-60 minute ride from major train stations throughout Tokyo, is also known affectionately known as Koedo (小江戸/Little Edo), whereas Edo refers to Tokyo’s former name....
One Nostalgic Meal in Tokyo, Japan
My first visit to Japan was nearly seventeen years ago. Before that time, I had only eaten Japanese food once, at a then up-and-coming Manhattan restaurant called Nobu. Truth be told, the ...
Product Review: Matcha （抹茶）from the Mizuba Tea Company
Disclaimer: In exchange for a few samples of matcha from the Mizuba Tea Company, I am writing this review. In essence, Matcha (抹茶・まっちゃ) refers to finely ground (powdered), high-quality Camel...
Guest Post: 5 Heavenly Spots in India To Treat Your Taste Buds
There are only a few things better than satiating one’s taste buds with palatable dishes. If you have been thinking of making a trip to those places in India that offer one of a kind food ex...
Japanese Onigiri Month, Part Six: Nothin’ But Eel
Oof, that’s a lot of rice. No, it’s not slang for money; rather, it’s an obvious conclusion. Eat onigiri, spike your blood sugar levels. And if you don’t want all of those carbohydrates, ...
Japanese Onigiri Month, Part Five: The Korean Edition
After a whirlwind tour of various Japanese onigiri, let’s take a gander at culinary influences from the Korean peninsula, the insular country’s western neighbors across the Sea of Japan: Bul...
Japanese Onigiri Month, Part Four
After a brief pause in Japanese Onigiri Month, let’s see what’s in store for this pre-snowstorm Monday… Salmon broiled in white miso and mirin (さけ味噌漬焼/ sa-kay mi-so tska yahkee). A couple of...
Event Review: The 2017 International Restaurant and Foodservice Show of New York
Disclaimer: In exchange for a review of this event, I was offered a press pass. Many photos attached. The 2017 International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York, held at Manhattan‘s J...
Japanese Onigiri Month, Part Three
Before a brief interruption in this month’s scheduled programming, I bring thee three more versions of Japanese onigiri to sample: I’m predicting it now… the food trend for 2017: onigiri and...
Japanese Onigiri Month, Part Two
For the next installment of onigiri (omusubi) month, I bring you three – nay, two and a half – more suggestions, fresh from Japan…but first, a Japanese language primer: – 新発売 shin hatsubai =...
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