Looking for a fun activity involving food for your next summer get-together? Then look no further than the Japanese watermelon game of suikawari!
Have you ever wondered why there are so many Japanese food emoji? And why an eggplant was considered so important to include? The answer is surprising!
This spiced Japanese New Year sake, known as toso, has a history of more than 1,000 years. Here’s what it is, how to prepare it and how to drink it.
Christmas food in Japan is unique. Here are five different food and drink customs that show that Japan celebrates Christmas like nowhere else.
Osechi ryori is an integral part of Japanese New Year food customs. Just what do the Japanese eat over the New Year and what do the dishes symbolize?
Food plays a pivotal role in Setsubun celebrations in Japan. Learn the traditions old and new, including what you should eat on Setsubun for a lucky year ahead.
Most people know the term wagyu, but what is it exactly? We’ll share the wagyu grades and what they mean, and why A5 wagyu is the best Japanese beef there is.
Think you’ve eaten wasabi before? Chances are you probably haven’t, even if you’ve visited Japan or eat Japanese food on the regular.
Hibachi is a word that is now in common usage, but what it means abroad and in Japan are two different things. So, just what does hibachi actually mean?
Japanese school lunch in photos over an entire year. First-hand experience of what the school lunch system in Japan gets right and one major thing it doesn’t.