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A traditional Japanese meal is composed of a bowl of white rice, or ご飯(ごはん;gohan), and some dishes, or what we call as おかず(okazu)to accompany rice dishes, and a soup; commonly prepared are みそ汁(みそしる;misoshiru). The whole meal set is then called 定食(ていしょく;teishoku).What is your favorite meal combination for your teishoku? Leave your comments below! ♥~~~Report by: JLM contributor MarielleIllustration/graphics by: Little Miss Paintbrushwww.japanlover.me

A traditional Japanese meal is composed of a bowl of white rice, or ご飯(ごはん;gohan), and some dishes, or what we call as おかず(okazu)to accompany rice dishes, and a soup; commonly prepared are みそ汁(みそしる;misoshiru). The whole meal set is then called.

Onigiri is a traditional Japanese on the go meal; a rice ball filled with your favorite meat or veggies!

How to Make Teriyaki Salmon Onigiri

Onigiri is a traditional Japanese on the go meal; a rice ball filled with your favorite meat or veggies! Dice Onions, Salmon, and mince teaspoon of garlic.

Japan’s mizu (water) shingen mochi has been trending lately!  But why not, when its appearance is like a crystal clear droplet of wate...

Japan’s mizu (water) shingen mochi has been trending lately! But why not, when its appearance is like a crystal clear droplet of water, but its consistency is like a very delicate, soft, sticky mochi!

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Today’s tabemono spotlight falls on our OTP~ Matcha / green tea and wagashi! ♡(*´・ω・)(・ω・`*)♡ Wagashi is a kind of traditional Japanese sweet that is usually served with tea. Its delicate sweetness.

Viajar a Japón: Qué hacer y qué no - Nomadistas

sckawaii: “ littlemisspaintbrush: “ Japanese dining etiquette tips for Japan Lover Me’s Tabemono Month last July! ” Cute and helpful Japanese dining tips!

Hello JapanLovers!  Like you requested, we'll be doing some food origin stories for our Tabemono Months!   Today, we start with the crowd favorite, Takoyaki!  For the story: https://www.facebook.com/JapanLoverMe  www.japanlover.me www.instagram.com/JapanLoverMe  Art by Little Miss Paintbrush

Like you requested, we’ll be doing some food origin stories for our Tabemono Months! Today, we start with the crowd favorite, Takoyaki! (*^ワ^*) ~~~ The Takoyaki Story The use of wheat and water (two of the basic ingredients of.

Curry — by Chichi, via Little Miss Paint Brush

Little Miss Paint Brush

Are you as curry-azy for curry like we are? ヽ(°▽、°)ノ Of course, we all know curry didn’t originate from Japan~ It was brought to Japan by the British, (when India was still under their administration). It became so popular in the Japanese households.

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