We are thrilled to have had the chance to do an interview with the founders of Mara Seaweed, a Seaweed company out of Scotland.
We had an opportunity to do an interview with John M. who works for Nippon Shokken U.S.A out of the Chicago Office.
Ippodo Tea Company has been open since April 2013 in midtown Manhattan, New York City(NYC), and is the first outpost outsid
Each time you go for sushi you rarely think about the actual dishes that are used to serve your food, except if you order one of those big giant sushi boats. What we are focusing on are those smal
The past couple days we’ve been getting quite a few emails about a new type of sushi that has been hitting the mainstream wave of social media. We thought it was a joke based on the images that we
Who doesn't like donuts and sushi? Well how about combining the two together to make a sushi donut.
Chef Hidekazu Tojo of Vancouver has been just honoured as the goodwill ambassador of Japanese cuisine.
Do you want to own the largest sushi that isn’t edible? You probably thinking why would I get sushi that I cannot eat, and what is this fuss about of a giant sushi. We at Pogogi had to bring this
Japan is well known in the Tobiko world and is ready to jump into the caviar market where it will be in direct competi
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Here is a listing of the top 10 airports for eating courtesy of WorldAirportAwards.com. You will notice 3 airports from Japan are located in the top ten at number 1, 5 and 8.
Rising from the air bombardments in 1945 where much of the town has been destroyed, Nagoya is now a manufacturing and shipping hub in the central island of Japan.
Formerly called Naniwa, Osaka was once the capital city of Japan and currently the second largest city after Tokyo.
A simple bowl of noodles in broth… While it’s true that this modest staple of Japanese life may have started out with humble beginnings, Ramen, inst
A recent video has emerged from MAD that showcases a famous Japanese Chef named "Tatsuru Rai", who runs arguably the best Soba houses in the world.
One thing that Japan is most popular globally is Sushi. This raw/non raw fish dish has become quite popular all over the world because of its unique, amazing taste and health benefits.
Are you thinking about buying a rice cooker? Daunted by the number of “rice cooker” results in Amazon?
Norse Hutchens an expert in home-brewing has developed many home kits from Wine to Moonshine. We are excited to say that also available is a Sake Making Kit!
Have you ever eaten a Japanese Eggplant before?
Kids are heading back to school soon, and you are probably thinking ahead on what to make your kids for lunch?
Have you ever wondered how to make Japanese Pickle Daikon? We stumble upon a blog that specializes in the art of Pickling.
Tamagoyaki has been a Japanese breakfast staple for so many years that it is widely recognized as part of the country's culinary repertoire.
Strange? Think horseradish with your roast...Still sound strange?