Share Always wanted to try your hand at making Japanese food but feeling intimidated by it? It’s true that some Japanese dishes take a lot of time and ingredients to make but the truth is most of them don’t. I grew up watching my mother create simple Japanese meals with only the basic ingredients found in traditional Japanese pantries. I’m...Read More »

Share Always wanted to try your hand at making Japanese food but feeling intimidated by it? It’s true that some Japanese dishes take a lot of time and ingredients to make but the truth is most of them don’t. I grew up watching my mother create simple Japanese meals with only the basic ingredients found in traditional Japanese pantries. I’m...Read More »

This honey posset recipe is my go to entertaining dessert because they require no special ingredients, can be made ahead and they look so fancy! We won

This honey posset recipe is my go to entertaining dessert because they require no special ingredients, can be made ahead and they look so fancy! We won

Economy: Yen is the currency of Japan. One yen is worth 0.010 of U.S. dollar. On the single yen is a man named Ninomiya Kinjiro(1787-1856), he was a leader in Japanese agriculture. He represents a symbol of hard work and perseverance.

Economy: Yen is the currency of Japan. One yen is worth 0.010 of U.S. dollar. On the single yen is a man named Ninomiya Kinjiro(1787-1856), he was a leader in Japanese agriculture. He represents a symbol of hard work and perseverance.

White Prunus, 1834. Yamamoto Baiitsu (Japanese, 1783–1856)

White Prunus, 1834. Yamamoto Baiitsu (Japanese, 1783–1856)

Types of Obi knots for a kimono - traditional Japanese clothing. All notes are in Japanese!

Types of Obi knots for a kimono - traditional Japanese clothing. All notes are in Japanese!

11 Japanese customs that are shocking to foreigners in Far East curated by The Daily Seeker

11 Japanese customs that are shocking to foreigners in Far East curated by The Daily Seeker

"Three Peonies" by Hiroshige (ca. 1830s). Source: The Freer and Sackler Galleries of the Smithsonian Institution.

"Three Peonies" by Hiroshige (ca. 1830s). Source: The Freer and Sackler Galleries of the Smithsonian Institution.

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