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HOJICHA

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LIFE / Food & Drink / THE RECIPE BOX
Dec 19, 2021
Recipe: Hojicha chocolate chip cookies
What's better than a classic chocolate chip cookie for a snack? A chocolate chip cookie tinged with the flavors of Kyoto, of course.
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LIFE / Food & Drink
Dec 22, 2018
More than merely matcha, tea marries science and culture
After falling in love with the science and culture behind Japanese tea, Marie Roux made it her goal to impart a deep appreciation for the drink among Japanese youth.
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LIFE / Food & Drink / DESSERT WATCH
Nov 3, 2018
This fall's family restaurant desserts are more than they ap-pear
Japan's always-reliable family restaurants are serving up solid pear-flavored desserts this season.
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LIFE / Food & Drink
Oct 27, 2018
Will 'hōjicha' be the next Japanese tea to take the world by storm?
Danielle Geva and Francois Mathieu are trying to spread hojicha (roasted green tea) to North America. Together, they founded Hojicha Co. in May 2018, the first company to specialize in selling premium hu014djicha on the continent, and they are betting it will be the next big Japanese drink abroad.
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LIFE / Food & Drink / KONBINI WATCH
Sep 15, 2018
Sometimes more is more: Seven-Eleven's layered parfait delivers the fall flavors
Seven-Eleven's fall parfait combines chestnut, roasted green tea and more into one cup.
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LIFE / Food & Drink / KYOTO RESTAURANTS
Dec 11, 2015
Ippodo: Enjoying tea without tradition
Japanese tea can be beguiling and bitter. And the ceremonial tradition that surrounds it can be disconcerting and dull.
EDITORIALS
Jun 16, 2009
Green light for new expressways
The administration of former Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi froze proposed expressway growth at 9,342 km to halt unnecessary projects. But in a reversal of this policy, an advisory panel for the infrastructure and transport minister, which discusses national development and construction of main roads,...

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