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3種の餡子で♪スペシャル和風チーズケーキ

3種の餡子で♪スペシャル和風チーズケーキ

Pork Okonomiyaki | Chef Taro. Oh for the love of pete, why aren't there any Asian markets here? WANT.

Lauren, here's an infographic on how to make Pork Okonomiyaki. Imagine this, but with a ton of seafood instead of pork :P

For those unaccustomed to Japanese food, even the most common edibles may seem quite odd and, well, unappetizing, at first glance. The first time you saw monjayaki, did you not think it looked a little...weird? Of course, not all Japanese cuisine is unappealing to the eyes, but even the delicious-looking food is st ...

This Japanese snack poster will introduce the most classic Japanese snacks and street food you find in Japan. On this poster, there are 25 different Japanese snacks/street food illustrations.

Know your Japanese food:

Words by Jaclyn Teng Graphic by Janine Teng Going into a Japanese restaurant and looking at their menu can be the ultimate confusing experience for some of us. There are just so many factors to tak…

Japanese cuisine, Washoku Kaiseki

Japanese meal, Washoku 和食 - The United Nations cultural organization has added traditional Japanese food to its cultural heritage list, making it only the second national cuisine to receive the prized designation.

Japanese ramen sooo good. Lots of ideas for ramen easily made in the Philips noodle maker. If you don't have the asian discs use the spaghetti one

Japan Grocery Shops

[ "A creative collection of Japanese ramen bowls.", "Japanese ramen thats right oodles of noodles does ur look like this.then ur doin

Tokyo Eats | Just a Taste - Part 4

Instead of having kaisekiryouri (Traditional Japanese cuisine) at Hirobun in…

Sushi - this isn't entirely accurate, just to warn people: although the romaji for salmon say "sake", the Japanese word for salmon, the katakana says "sãmon"

My babe and I make sushi for our friends. Sushi - this isn't entirely accurate, just to warn people: although the romaji for salmon say "sake", the Japanese word for salmon, the katakana says "sãmon"

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