Oh the nouveau! Such a great design: A Fabergé parcel-gilt silver and enamel cigarette case, Moscow, 1899-1908. In Japanese taste, the lid enamelled with a sun setting on water and overlaid with irises and a Koyamaki tree, struck K. Fabergé beneath the Imperial Warrant.
This Japanese take on Salisbury Steak is tender, moist and flavorful. Enrobed in a tangy sweet sauce, it makes for a delightful weeknight meal, and the leftovers (if you have any) are perfect for a bento box lunch.
Japanese ramen, a classic trinity of soup, noodles, and toppings, has its roots in China. Whereas the Chinese version is served with an all-purpose broth that also flavors stir-fried foods and other dishes, ramen soup in Japan is prepared especially for this dish.