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dine L.A. for Japanese Foodies

Hi Japanese Foodies! dineL.A. just started and I wanted to Share some Japanese Food restaurants that offers great deals! If you don't

dine L.A. for Japanese Foodies 2018-01-16T22:09:06+00:00

January’s “SHUN” Daikon

Hi, Japanese Foodies! In Japan, each season is a huge part of Japanese food culture. The food we eat reminds us of the season

January’s “SHUN” Daikon 2018-01-10T00:18:00+00:00

New Years Tradition

Hi Japanese Foodies! Today I wanted to share some of the Japanese food related traditions on New Years. Toshikoshi Soba Toshikoshi soba

New Years Tradition 2018-01-16T20:39:23+00:00

December’s “SHUN” Soba

Hi, Japanese Foodies! In Japan, each season is a huge part of Japanese food culture. The food we eat reminds us of the season

December’s “SHUN” Soba 2018-01-10T00:18:13+00:00

NABE ART

Hi Japanese Foodies! If you now me, I LOVE kawaii food!! Right now, it feels like summer in Los Angeles but winter

NABE ART 2018-01-02T19:11:00+00:00

November’s “SHUN” Yuzu

Hi, Japanese Foodies! In Japan, each season is a huge part of Japanese food culture. The food we eat reminds us of the season

November’s “SHUN” Yuzu 2018-01-02T19:36:15+00:00

Kale Okonomiyaki

Hi, Japanese Foodies! Today I wanted to share something different and special, Kale Okonomiyaki! Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savory pancake. We usually

Kale Okonomiyaki 2018-01-02T19:11:25+00:00

KIKKOMAN’s New Soy Sauce

Hi Japanese Foodies, Kikkoman, the king of soy sauce! They recently introduced a brand new soy sauce just for you. Doubled Fermented

KIKKOMAN’s New Soy Sauce 2018-01-02T19:05:16+00:00

October’s “SHUN” Kabocha

Hi, Japanese Foodies! In Japan, each season is a huge part of Japanese food culture. The food we eat reminds us of the season

October’s “SHUN” Kabocha 2018-01-10T00:06:57+00:00

Get lost in a Bamboo Forest at Houkokuji

Hi Japanese Foodies, Tokyo is one of my favorite cities in the world, but whenever I need to get away from the

Get lost in a Bamboo Forest at Houkokuji 2017-11-16T18:14:19+00:00

How Japanese Eat Corn

Hi Japanese Foodies! This summer a tweet from a Japanese, living in Hokkaido went viral. It was liked over 41,000 times and

How Japanese Eat Corn 2017-11-16T18:12:39+00:00

September’s “SHUN” Matsutake

Hi, Japanese Foodies! In Japan, each season is a huge part of Japanese food culture. The food we eat reminds us of the season

September’s “SHUN” Matsutake 2018-01-02T20:45:41+00:00

Soy Sauce Abuse!?

Hi Japanese Foodies! Soy Sauce abuse is a thing! The more Japanese food is becoming popular the more people think it's okay

Soy Sauce Abuse!? 2017-11-16T18:11:44+00:00

August’s “SHUN” Edamame

In Japan, each season plays an important role in Japanese food culture. The food we eat reminds us of the season we’re

August’s “SHUN” Edamame 2018-01-02T19:05:41+00:00

July’s “SHUN” Goya

Hi, Japanese Foodies! In Japan, each season is a huge part of Japanese food culture. The food we eat reminds us of the season

July’s “SHUN” Goya 2017-11-16T18:10:26+00:00

Tempra Meshi at Kaneko Hannosuke

Hi, Foodies! How do you eat your tempura? With Udon? Soba? Or on rice? (For those of you who don't know what

Tempra Meshi at Kaneko Hannosuke 2017-10-03T15:40:58+00:00

Japanese Seasoning: Sa Si Su Se So

Hi Japanese Foodies! Japanese food is all about seasoning. Seasoning your ingredients compliments and strengthens the flavor of the overall dish. Seasoning

Japanese Seasoning: Sa Si Su Se So 2017-08-17T23:18:53+00:00

What is so good about Matcha?

Hi, Japanese Foodies! Matcha. Matcha latte. Matcha ice cream. Matcha smoothie. Matcha has become extremely popular in the United States, not just

What is so good about Matcha? 2017-08-17T23:17:00+00:00

June’s “SHUN” Ume

In Japan, each season is a huge part of Japanese food culture. The food we eat reminds us of the season we're currently in.

June’s “SHUN” Ume 2017-08-17T23:16:21+00:00

May’s “SHUN” Takenoko

Hi Japanese Foodies! In Japan, the seasons are a huge part of Japanese food culture. The food literally reminds us of the season. You'll

May’s “SHUN” Takenoko 2017-08-17T23:14:00+00:00