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The all-Purpose - Wonder Seasoning: Shio-koji

by Hazuki

Koji is a malted rice used in the fermentation process for miso, sake, and soy sauce.

Shio-koji has only natural flavour and colour, and contains..

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Why curry in summer?

by Hazuki

Curry in Japan

There are certain foods that you start to crave when it’s hot: something light maybe, or something cold to cool you..

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Celebrate International Sushi Day

This Sunday not only marks the celebration of Father's Day but it's also International Sushi Day. 

Ever since it was first celebrated back in..

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Seaweed the next superfood

by Hazuki

As an island nation surrounded by rich sea life, seaweed has been eaten in Japan from ancient times. Seaweed is used in many Japanese dishes and..

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What is shiso and what can it do?

by Hazuki

What is shiso?

Among all Japanese herbs and spices,probably the most famous is wasabi. It gives a unique pungent aroma and heat. There is a great..

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The Japanese twist on foreign food

by Hazuki

You may think people in Japan always eat traditional Japanese food such as Sushi, Tofu, Miso soup.. so you may be surprised to find that in fact..

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Celebrate Easter and Spring with Chirashizushi

by Hazuki

Chirashizushi (Chirashi-sushi) is known as ‘scattered’ sushi, served on plates or bowls with colourful toppings for special occasions. On..

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Dassai the ultimate Sake

by Hazuki

Japanese Sake is becoming popular in the world these days . Dassai is the brand most sold due to its fine polish and the fruity flavour and it's..

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December 08, 2016 #Japanese Food Guide

Japanese Food Guide: Japanese Noodles

Oodles of Japanese noodles, that's what we're all about. Every country has a staple carbohydrate; something that's easy to produce and provides..

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December 01, 2016 #Japanese Food Guide

Japanese food guide: Nori

What is it?

Nori is a type of edible seaweeed, but it is used for a different purpose than the other popular Japanese edible seaweed; wakame...

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