Archive for the ‘ Japanese Culture ’ Category

  1. +COOKING CLASSES for JAPANESE MONTHLY EVENTS 2024+

    Just as you have events and holidays unique to your home country, we have many seasonal events throughout the year, which are strongly associated wit…

  2. +TSUKIMI 月見 (Moon Viewing Event)+

    Today is TSUKI-MI (AKA OTSUKIMI, JYUGOYA) , or the Moon Viewing Event. It is a Japanese festival celebrating the beauty of Autumn moon. The cel…

  3. +KAGAMI MOCHI 鏡餅 (New Year Decoration)+

    a Happy New Year!! Looking forward to a year filled with new discoveries and challenges, and off course, a safe and healthy one. We got too b…

  4. + Wasabi Grater + 

    Okay! Since we are Wa + Sabi, this would be a great topic to talk about today.Have you ever seen this before?? Do you know what this is??…

  5. wasabi flowers

    + WASABI FLOWERS +

    Wasabi leaves and flowers…pickled with soy sauce and rice malt.It’s tangy flavor adds a fresh kick to meat, seafood, sashimi, sushi, tofu…just everyt…

  6. setsubun

    + SETSUBUN – End of Winter Day +

    Today (Feb 2) is SETSU BUN, the last day of winter. SETSU BUN normally falls on the 3rd of February, but can be on the 2nd or 4th of February since …

  7. amazake

    + AMAZAKE +

    Today is the “DAIKAN 大寒” (literal meaning “big cold”) on the Japanese calendar,  the coldest day of the year.  It is also known as the “AMA-ZAKE Day”…

  8. seven spring herb porridge

    + SEVEN SPRING HERB PORRIDGE +

    Water dropwort, Sheperd's purse, Cudweed, Chickweed, Nipplewort, Turnip, Radish...Finally memorized the seven herbs of spring but am pretty sure I w…

  9. kintsugi

    + KIN TSUGI +

    Each country and culture have different values, appreciations and sense of beauty which makes them unique in its very own way. We too, have our…

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