Prepared by tossing freshly pounded mochi in kinako (roasted soybean flour), then garnishing it with white sugar.
General Information About Japanese Food
Japan’s traditional events are focused on staying attuned to the four seasons and respecting nature with care.
Festive meals, which are important in protecting and passing on old customs, always embody a wish for one’s family’s health and happiness.
Made with freshly pounded mochi tossed in red-bean paste.
Kabayaki is a barbecued eel fillet with a sweet soy sauce over rice.
Barley Tea… Made by roasting barley, this tea has high nutritional value.
A summer tradition.
Hotpot dish served at the dinner table that involves quickly immersing thinly sliced beef in boiling stock, then dipping in sauce.
summer jelly noodles