Oyaki are little-known treasures of traditional Japanese cuisine, offering an explosion of unique flavors in every bite.
Discover the history, flavors and special features of Japan’s famous snacks, senbei! Learn more about these crunchy, delicious rice crackers that are an integral part of Japanese culinary culture.
Sushi is one of the most popular and well-known Japanese dishes, but did you know that there are many different types of sushi?
In Japan, maki is also very common, we can eat it almost everywhere. We can eat it almost everywhere, in a restaurant as well as in a Japanese supermarket.
Tsukemono 漬物 is the generic term used for macerated foods. These are for example vegetables, fruits or even seaweeds preserved in various ingredients and marinades such as for example rice vinegar, salt, miso or even shoyu soy sauce
Gyoza are delicious fried cabbage and pork ravioli revisited by the Japanese. You will find gyoza in many Japanese restaurants and especially in the Izakaya.
Takoyaki are small balls of soft dough filled with octopus. They are found all over Japan and are a specialty of Osaka city.
Edamame is a must for the aperitif in Japan! These beans are very famous and appreciated by the Japanese who eat them as an aperitif accompanied by a beer.
Discover okonomiyaki, a Japanese salted pancake very popular in Japan that can be eaten in a restaurant or in a yatai, Japanese stand!
Tsukemen つけ麺 is a Japanese dish of cold noodles served separately with a rich and flavorful hot broth containing many ingredients.