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
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
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1.  Tell us a little bit about yourself...   I'm the Sake Portfolio Manager at Tenzing Wine and Spirits, a Chicago based distributor. We represent artisanal wine, spirits and Sake. I oversee the sales and education of about 200 Japanese products, including Sake, Shochu... + continue reading

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A pop-up “My Melody Cafe” opened in Shibuya Parco’s “THE GUEST cafe & diner” last July 18th, and will be open until August 31st, following the success of the pop-up “Kiki and Lala Cafe” where customers had to wait in line for 3 hours just to get in.     With an original... + continue reading
Tuesday, 12/08/14
Kewpie is not a style of mayo, but rather a brand. It was introduced back in 1925 in Japan. Since then, its popularity has significantly grown. It symbolizes the best of Japanese mayo, just like the original Kewpie doll is was based on.     History of Kewpie Kewpie’s origins can be traced back to the years... + continue reading

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Sunday, 10/08/14
Don't miss Monday's episode of Hotel Hell on Fox, where Gordon Ramsay tries out Sushi from the hotel restaurant.   You will not believe the size of the Sushi pieces as they are... + continue reading

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A pop-up “My Melody Cafe” opened in Shibuya Parco’s “THE GUEST cafe & diner” last July 18th, and will be open until August 31st, following the success of the pop-... + continue reading

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Friday, 29/03/13
A new type of noodle is starting to make waves in the North American market. This is a type of Japanese food that has zero calories but packed with numerous health benefits (similar properties to the... + continue reading

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Friday, 14/06/13
Tamagoyaki has been a Japanese breakfast staple for so many years that it is widely recognized as part of the country's culinary repertoire. For those who have yet to have an authentic Japanese... + continue reading

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Amsterdam has a high proportion of Japanese Restaurants compared to other European countries.  If you are a fan of Japanese cuisine and you will be visiting Amsterdam, two restaurants that you... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 26/06/13
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... + continue reading