Japanese Cuisine Archives | Motivist Japan
This week’s weather was quite warm for November, but when it is a little bit colder, everyone starts thinking about eating something hot, like “oden“, or going to Japanese onsen, or simply putting on something warm and getting under a
One comment that all gaikokujin have heard in Japan is: “Wow, you can use chopsticks! Sugoi! (すごい)! ” (here “Sugoi” means “Terrific”).
Is this the expression of Japanese kindness or is it second degree humor? We tend to think it is the former. One
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The purpose is obviously to make the shopping experience easier for
While everyone knows about sushi, most foreign people may not know that there are various kinds of Sushi in Japan. To simplify, kinds of Sushi can be divided into two types: “早鮨” (“Hayazushi“) and “なれ鮨” (“Narezushi“).
“Haya” means “quick”, “Nare” means “become”. The difference between these