Ramen (拉麺, ラーメン)is a Japanese noodle soup dish. Inspired from Chinese cuisine, according to Changing Chinese Foodways in Asia, it was first introduced in Japan in the 17th century. It is an inexpensive dish, easy to make, is a filling meal, and tastes great! This has made it immensely popular in the last few decades. Here are the top picks for trying out the versatile Japanese Ramen.
Japanese Omurice is a specialty dish that you must try when in Japan. Here are the top 5 places you must visit for Omurice in Japan.
Japanese cuisine is famous the world over. Whether it’s an exotic plate of sushi or a bowl of steaming ramen, these delicacies are very popular globally. But the Japanese Bento box is not that far behind. Bento boxes have a very rich history too. Well, we will be focusing more on them in this post.
Ellie Fox trying canned coffee brands in Tokyo, Japan My first memories of Japan are stepping off the plane in Tokyo and coming face to face with a line of vending machines jam-packed with canned coffee. Back then I was clueless as to which to buy, but three years on I’ve tried almost every brand of coffee in Japan, and you bet by now I know which is the best.
Umeshu is a Japanese delicacy similar to Mochi, that has become insanely popular through social media in recent times, and we keep seeing cooking channels making authentic Umeshu from scrumptious looking fruits. But what is the best Umeshu in Japan?
No trip to Japan can ever be completed without trying Natto. So, where you can get the best Natto in Japan? We will tell you.
When in Japan, Mochi is a must-have delicacy. And there are literally thousands of mochi outlets all over Japan!
Getting the best matcha powder can be a headache. Not anymore. We are here with answers to finding authentic matcha powder in Japan.
Not as common as oranges, little lemons, or lime but with a fruity zest and fragrant juice that outmatches these citruses. Yes, we are talking about the Yuzu citrus fruit that has every western celebrity chef raving on its floral aroma. Here are products in Japan containing the Yuzu fruit:
Are you moving to Japan or planning a short stay? Did you check the water quality there? According to a recent study, 25% of travelers develop travelers’ diarrhea in the first two weeks abroad. This should not happen to you. This is why it makes sense to ensure that the water available is fit for drinking purposes.