While Japan has kept COVID-19 casualties minimal, its culture has been taking damage slowly. How will Japanese culture be expressed now that it cannot be in traditional manners?
Japanese pheasants are the national bird of Japan, because they are brave, lovable and tasty. Eating them is in fact the Japanese way of preserving the species.
Japanese people consider eating as an activity to please the tongue, eyes and also body, as they make sure their meals are nutritious by applying a simple yet effective habit. This secret habit relates to the unique Japanese value of regarding the coming and going of seasons as an important part of their culture.
A walk along Omotesando Avenue is virtually a time machine that takes you from the past to present of Japanese culture. A must-go destination for visitors in Tokyo.
Western-influenced Japanese food, Yoshoku. From its origin to a list of Yoshoku dishes, and recommended restaurants.
The biggest difference between Japanese and Chinese food is not in the taste, but in philosophy.
3 steps to guarantee you will be able to cook authentic and good tasting Japanese rice at home.