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CHICKEN

With a little dehydration and a few pinches of Japan's favorite mold, you've got yourself some game-ready wings with a Tokyo twist.
LIFE / Food & Drink / The Recipe Box
Jan 28, 2024
Recipe: Kickoff-ready glazed wings
These ponzu-glazed wings are a perfect finger food to enjoy alongside your early-morning football.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Mar 24, 2023
Lab-grown poultry nears U.S. plates
First, it was the "impossible" burger. Now, "impossible" chicken nuggets might not be far behind.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / Top 5
Dec 15, 2022
This Christmas, ditch the KFC for Tokyo’s best karaage
Just because there's no roast turkey on the Christmas dinner table doesn't mean you have to resort to fast food alternatives for your holiday meal.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Oct 2, 2022
Lion City eats land in NYC
Customers said Urban Hawker had all the hallmarks of home, including the long queues.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
May 8, 2022
Recipe: Malaysian chicken satay
Unlike its Japanese counterpart, Malaysian satay is heavily marinated and served alongside nutty, spiced sauces. Marinating chicken imparts flavor, tenderizes and moistens the meat, so we can use cuts like sasami (chicken tenderloin) that might otherwise be considered too dry for direct-flame grilling. I left mine whole, but cubing the chicken also works.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Dec 21, 2021
Ditch the KFC this Christmas and cook up some easy-to-make pan-seared chicken with homemade gravy
You've been working all week and may not have time to plan a proper feast, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on Christmas dinner.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Apr 3, 2021
Mister Karaage’s mission? Spreading the gospel of Japanese fried chicken
Kenji Usui runs a specialty fried chicken food truck out of Nelson, New Zealand, where heu2019s promoting Japanese u201csoul food.u201d
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Apr 3, 2021
Recipe: How to make Japanese katsu-style chicken Parmesan
The slightly sweet and super crunchy style of Japanese chicken katsu (cutlet) is the perfect base for the Italian American classic, chicken Parmesan.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / JAPANESE KITCHEN
Mar 20, 2021
Fried chicken face off: What’s the difference between kara-age and zangi?
Crispy, juicy and the ideal complement to beer, thereu2019s almost nothing better than a plate of Japanese fried chicken.
Japan Times
JAPAN
May 12, 2020
Coronavirus clips wings of Akita's famed Hinai chicken breeders
The falling sales of the Akita specialty is a reflection of fewer consumers dining out since a nationwide state of emergency was declared last month.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jan 19, 2020
Planned online system will link food banks with manufacturers, retailers
The farm ministry will launch an online system in fiscal 2020 to link food banks with food donors to support needy people and families while cutting food waste, officials said Saturday.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Dec 23, 2019
Cat under the kotatsu: Wakayama chicken meat seller runs fruity campaign to help felines
A store that sells chicken meat has launched a kooky social media campaign to leverage Japanese people's seemingly unrelated love of mikan (mandarin oranges), kotatsu heated tables and cute felines to raise funds for a network of shelter cat cafes.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Oct 8, 2019
At the birthplace of instant noodles, Chicken Ramen mascot Hiyoko-chan is immortalized on manhole covers
The city of Ikeda in Osaka Prefecture, known as the birthplace of instant noodles, has started using manhole covers featuring Hiyoko-chan, the mascot of Chicken Ramen brand instant noodles, in front of the city's popular cup noodle museum.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / KONBINI WATCH
May 25, 2019
Simplicity the key to chart-topping convenience store snacks
Japanese netizens take convenience store snacks seriously, turning to sites such as Mognavi, where they rate their favorites, which get displayed as top-10 rankings.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / KONBINI WATCH
Apr 13, 2019
Lawson's corn pottage Kara-age Kun chicken is a cup of deep-fried nostalgia
To herald the end of the Heisei Era (1989-2019), Lawson is bringing back some retro flavors of its signature Kara-age Kun fried chicken, like corn pottage, and seaweed and salt.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / KONBINI WATCH
Feb 16, 2019
Temptation from the fried-foods section
We're almost seven weeks into the new year — how are those resolutions going? Still going strong? Good for you! Now get out of here and let the rest of us bask in our failures. To anyone who has given up on eating healthy, walk with me into the fried-food section of your local convenience store.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / TOKYO FOOD FILE
Jan 5, 2019
Torioka: High-quality yakitori that's accessible ... for now
When it comes to premium yakitori, nowhere does it better than grillmaster supreme Yoshiteru Ikegawa's brilliant Torishiki. No place is harder to reserve, either. Which is why it was such good news when Torioka, his new offshoot, opened last autumn.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Tech
Dec 11, 2018
Lawson tests fried chicken-dispensing robot in Tokyo
Major convenience store chain Lawson Inc. began experimenting Tuesday with a hot-and-ready food-dispensing robot that looks like its famous mascot, Karaage-kun, at an outlet in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo. Karaage refers to Japanese fried chicken.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / KYOTO RESTAURANTS
Feb 10, 2018
Torisee Takoyakushi: Kyoto yakitori shop a brazen ode to the bird
A few years ago I was warned off torisashi (chicken sashimi) by a friend who, after eating it on a night out in Osaka, spent the following week in a very bad way. So when a dish containing thin slices of raw chicken breast arrived at our table I contemplated it with apprehension. However, I was warned that I would be missing out by not digging in. Peer pressure won out.
COMMUNITY / Voices / OVERHEARD
Dec 30, 2017
Who's calling me chicken?
"Do you eat chicken on Christmas Eve?"

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