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Natto & Kimchi Japanese & Korean Combination @ Sendai-ya

Natto & Kimchi Japanese & Korean Combination @ Sendai-ya

”What I Eat Everyday In Japan." I love natto and kimchi. Yes, they are both smelly, fermented foods, which is supposed to be good for you in many ways, for your beauty, for cleansing your blood vessels.....


Tempura Lunch Box @ Tempura Yamanoue on 13F of Ginza Six

Tempura Lunch Box @ Tempura Yamanoue on 13F of Ginza Six

”What I Eat Everyday In Japan. Yes, this lunch box is a bit luxury for me, but this was special lunch gathering with some friends from the states.


Natto- Fermented Soy Beans Sendai-Ya

Natto- Fermented Soy Beans Sendai-Ya

”What I Eat Everyday In Japan. Do you like natto? Have you tried it? I always say " it is like a kind of Japanese blue cheese." Smelly, but healthy and tasty.


Enjoy Rice & Desserts at Chic Rice Cafe ‘Gohanya’

Enjoy Rice & Desserts at Chic Rice Cafe ‘Gohanya’

GOHANYA' GOHAN is a Cafe that features RICE. It opened last year, at the entrance of Minato Mirai Office building.


Obon de Gohan ( = Meal w/ a Tray ) @ Tokyo Dome City

Obon de Gohan ( = Meal w/ a Tray ) @ Tokyo Dome City

”What I Eat Everyday In Japan."This place is called " Obon de Gohan". They have about 40 shops at the moment mainly in Tokyo area.


Japanese Sweets - Wagashi Look what I made!

Japanese Sweets - Wagashi Look what I made!

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan." We ( Japanese ) make cookies, cakes more often , but not Japanese sweets.


Basement of Department Store in Japan

Basement of Department Store in Japan

”What I Eat Everyday In Japan." I have perhaps written about Japanese department stores. If you haven't been to the basement, please do.


NEGI or Scallion from a friend of mine.......

NEGI or Scallion from a friend of mine.......

”What I Eat Everyday In Japan." When I eat Nabe, I feel grateful being Japanese.


Happy New Year! The first posting of 2018

Happy New Year! The first posting of 2018

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan." This year, basically same osechi ( Japan's new year feast ) from same place, but I placed them in plates.


Simple, Very Simple Dinner

Simple, Very Simple Dinner

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan."The book is coming to me and when I read it, I can report more.Everyday meal can be simpler.... this author says. I agree.


Lunch Box after Morning Session ---- Lovely Sunday

Lunch Box after Morning Session ---- Lovely Sunday

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan." On May 9th, Nu Stand Deli opened and from time to time, I buy their bento box, sandwiches etc..


Cabbage Rice

Cabbage Rice

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan." Spring cabbage is sweet and juicy. I wouldn't say it is super delicious, but it was savory.


BiColor Bowl --- Salmon and Adult Yellow Tail

BiColor Bowl --- Salmon and Adult Yellow Tail

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan" - This place is called UOKUNI located in Shimokitazawa. Lunch is reasonable. Healthy, too.


Kaisen Misakiko ----- Conveyer Belt Sushi Restaurant

Kaisen Misakiko ----- Conveyer Belt Sushi Restaurant

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan." This is easy way to enjoy sushi PLUS it is casual and quick. Are you alone? No problem.


Konoha Don

Konoha Don

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan." Konoha means foliage. I found the recipe and tried it.


Deep-Fried Tofu w/ Dashi Soup

Deep-Fried Tofu w/ Dashi Soup

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan." Eat well.... for it means respecting yourself and your life.


Ask for "Hamburg" Restaurant - WOODSTOCK-

Ask for "Hamburg" Restaurant - WOODSTOCK-

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan." Life is full of struggles, but there are small happiness around you!


Ehoumaki --- Good Luck Rolled Sushi

Ehoumaki --- Good Luck Rolled Sushi

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan." I only had this Ehoumaki...... usually buy it at convenience store.


Daikon Radish Rice

Daikon Radish Rice

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan." A friend of mine was recommending this and so decided to try it.Yum! If you have donabe ( earthenware pot ), it's so easy.


Nanakusa Gayu ----- Rice Porridge of Seven Herbs

Nanakusa Gayu ----- Rice Porridge of Seven Herbs

"What I Eat Everyday In Japan." Nanakusa Gayu ----- Rice Porridge of Seven Herbs , Traditional Ritual on Jan. 7.