Chestnut Rice utilizes fresh chestnuts in this comforting dish perfect for autumn days.
Pickled ginger is commonly served with sushi, sashimi, and sometimes even as a side dish to other heavier more substantial entrees. It is a refreshing pickle that cleanses the palate and helps in digestion.
Gooey and chewy. This is an easy way to include mochi in your diet. It makes cute appetizers as well!
A delightful snack with buckwheat flour ingredients.
Stewed Japanese style pumpkin is a quick way to add a vegetable side dish to a meal.
If you don’t like raw tuna, you can introduce yourself to the world of sashimi by half cooking the fish.
Mochi cakes are a New Year’s treat representing longevity. But don’t worry about eating them only on New Year’s; eat them whenever you like. We’ve provided some ways to eat them following the recipe.
Thinly sliced beef and tender potatoes stewed in a slightly sweetened broth make a perfect dish for cold days.
Steamed chocolate cake with orange liquer is a light and fluffy alternative to baked cake.