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How to make Tonkatsu | Japanese Pork Cutlet

How to make Tonkatsu | Japanese Pork Cutlet

Tonkatsu is a Lucky and Happy Food! Tonkatsu is one of the very popular Western-style Japanese dishes.Especially popular, among the young generations. ”Katsu” means “Win” in Japanese. Japanese moms make “Tonkatsu” to wish good luck for their kids on various occasions, like entrance exams, official 

CHICKEN NANBAN | Japanese No.1 Fried Chicken

CHICKEN NANBAN | Japanese No.1 Fried Chicken

What is Chicken Namban? Chicken Nanban is one of a kind of Fried-chicken dish, dipped in sweet and sour sauce and topped with tar-tar sauce. You might be familiar with the deep-fried Karaage-Chicken; this is an upgraded version of Miyazaki prefecture in Kyushu, Japan. They 

How to make UIROU | Japanese Traditional Wagashi Sweet Rice Cake

How to make UIROU | Japanese Traditional Wagashi Sweet Rice Cake

Uirou is a traditional Japanese dessert, simply made with rice flour. It’s not stretchy like an authentic mochi but has a bouncy and chewy texture. Today I make two layered Uirou to make it tasty and special. It looks just like Youkan, because the traditional 

VEGAN TONKOTSU RAMEN

VEGAN TONKOTSU RAMEN

Today I am going to be making “Vegan” Tonkotsu Ramen. When it comes to Healthy eating, Ramen is the last thing we choose. But when it comes to Happy Eating, things are a little bit different. We all love Tonkotsu Ramen; we would enjoy the 

Sticky Summer Somen noodles | Nagaimo and Okura Somen Noodles

Sticky Summer Somen noodles | Nagaimo and Okura Somen Noodles

We love sticky food Japanese love stickey, slippery, slimy food that people from other food cultures often find it weird. Nattō (fermented soy beans) is the one maybe you have heard about it. There are more sticky food in our kitchen, and I will show you 

Watermelon Rind Pickles in Japanese style | 2 ingredients Mottainai Recipe

Watermelon Rind Pickles in Japanese style | 2 ingredients Mottainai Recipe

Please don’t throw away your watermelon rind! Today I want to share with you Watermelon Rind Pickles. Maybe you don’t want to throw away the watermelon rind that seems to be edible. This recipe is a traditional Japanese way of turn your garbage into food. 

How to cut WATERMELON without seeds | The best way to eat Watermelon

How to cut WATERMELON without seeds | The best way to eat Watermelon

I don’t want seeds but… Today I want to share, How to cut a watermelon without seeds. Watermelon is the best treat in the summertime, but I wouldn’t say I like to mess up my table, hand, and shirt with seeds. I like watermelon but 

Summer Festival Chilled Cucumber | Easy and delicious side dish for Summer BBQ !

Summer Festival Chilled Cucumber | Easy and delicious side dish for Summer BBQ !

I miss Summer Festivals! Today I’m going to be making summer festival chilled cucumber. It’s been a while since we have lost annual events like summer festivals. This is my favorite festival food that is refreshing and low in calories, and nutritious. There are not 

How to make MIZU YOUKAN | Red Bean Jelly | Summer Dessert

How to make MIZU YOUKAN | Red Bean Jelly | Summer Dessert

Mizu Yokan Mizu Yokan is a Japanese Wagashi, made with red bean paste and Kanten. Kanten is a Japanese traditional gelling agent made from seaweed. That’s what I call “Vegan Gelatin,” you can set liquid at room temperature. See the link below for more information. 

How to make UMEBOSHI

How to make UMEBOSHI

What is Umeboshi? Umeboshi is a Japanese SuperFood! Umeboshi, the salted and fermented Japanese plum, is famous for its extreme salty sourness. It may sound strange, but we enjoy the sourness with the painful facial expressions(>ж<;) And, it is undoubtedly an acquired taste. It has