Have you ever had Japanese okonomiyaki? It’s a very common food in Japan.
The name basically means “grilled as you like it” “what you want grilled”, and it’s basically a savory pancake of sorts. The batter and toppings vary according to region, but it’s basically a batter of flour and water or broth with [...]
If there’s one thing I love, it’s Japanese tofu hamburger steaks (called “tofu hanbahgu” or tofu hamburg).
Heck, there’s a lot of things I love from Japanese cuisine. Teriyaki salmon, inari sushi, sushi in general, grilled eel, curry rice, korokke, tempura, chestnut rice, kabocha… I could go on and on, but I’d probably start [...]
Last night, Hisa’s family took Hisa and I out to a yakiniku restaurant (there’s a grill in your table, and you grill meat right at your table and eat it) for dinner. It was fun, and the food was great, but I’ve only been to a yakiniku restaurant in Japan once before that [...]
This one word can arouse all sorts of feelings in different people. Delight, hunger, indifference, curiosity, and for some, disgust and revulsion.
I love tofu. I’ve been eating it ever since I was a kid (thanks Dad), so it’s nothing new to me.
Due to its very mild flavor, tofu is rarely ever eaten [...]
It’s turned chilly here since yesterday. It finally feels like November I would say. Coincidentally, yesterday was officially the first day of winter according to the Japanese calender. Despite the colder temperatures, it still doesn’t really feel like fall to me quite yet. More of a late fall feeling.
On a different note, Hisa and [...]