Thursday, September 25, 2014
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Gaku Shibata is the chef and owner of Azasu in New York City.  Azasu is an Izakaya style type restaurant serving Japanese comfort food and a wide variety of drinks such as Japanese whiskies, frozen shochu drinks, Japanese Hoppy and of course Sake.  We had the privilege and pleasure of... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
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Question: When was the last time you saw a female chef behind a sushi bar...? If you've never heard of Chef Niki Nakayama, listen up. Her restaurant, n/naka is reservation only, with wine & sake pairing options that will bring you to your knees. Her traditional kaiseki cuisine... + continue reading
Saturday, May 11, 2013
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Sushi maestro Travis Kamiyama is only on the ship 2 weeks out of the entire year...and the timing couldn't have been better. Mr. Kamiyama is the Culinary Consultant for Allure of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's massive sailing city - the largest cruise ship on the planet. To truly appreciate... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
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1. Can you tell us a bit about yourself and how you got into knife sharpening? When I started working at Korin, I was amazed at how much there was to know about knives. I was offered to be taught how to sharpen knives by Mr. Sugai, and I said yes immediately. 2. Do you feel knife... + continue reading

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Saturday, 27/09/14
KFC Japan is at it again with a new twitter promotion and it's all about fried chicken of course.  That is fried chicken technology?? Whaaaaa@!!  It's hard to explain, so here are... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 29/10/14
We had an opportunity to do an interview with John M. who works for Nippon Shokken U.S.A out of the Chicago Office. Nippon Shokken is known for their popular Japanese sauces and... + continue reading

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Mayonnaise is one of the most popular condiments in the world and it is widely used in a number of different countries. Of course there are some differences in the way mayo is made from one country... + continue reading