Kabukiage

What do Kabuki have to do with rice crackers? One of our favorite Japanese rice crackers are these Kabukiage from Amanoya. It is a joy for us that we can…

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Hi chew

A Japanese beloved chewing candy, the Hi-Chew In our last visit to Japan, we bought some Hi-Chews, one of our favourites were these "Suppai Chews" (Sour Hi-Chews).  This year, we…

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An apple pie tour in Hirosaki

Visit sightseeing spots and eat various apple pies in Hirosaki Aomori is famous for being the largest apple monopole in Japan, so you can find many products made with apple.┬áLast…

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Tsubame Grill

A patty packed in aluminium foil from Tsubame Grill In Japan, you can eat delicious patties with sauce for a small price in a family restaurants. You have to pay…

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The Bunmeido main store in Nagasaki

We recommend this store near Dejima in Nagasaki If you've already visited Nagasaki, you probably know that castellas are sold everywhere. But if you visit Dejima, we recommend a stop…

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Dango or Daifuku, which is easier to make?

Making Japanese sweets with rice flour at home Mochi is one of our favourite Japanese foods. Using rice flour, we made 2 traditional mochi sweets at home. Such rice flour…

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