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WASHOKU

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LIFE / Food & Drink / Washoku Essentials
Oct 23, 2021
Why the land-and-sea mindset is so important for Japanese meals
Chefs have consciously included ingredients from both land and sea in the same washoku meal for centuries. What makes the practice so enduring, and how can you use it in your own kitchen?
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LIFE / Food & Drink / Washoku Essentials
Oct 23, 2021
Recipe: Mushroom and salmon takikomi gohan (mixed rice)
This classic autumn dish combines the best of land and sea into one bowl. Use any combination of umami-rich mushrooms you like to complement the briny salmon and garnish with fresh herbs.
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LIFE / Food & Drink / Destination Restaurants 2021
Sep 18, 2021
Nihonryori Yukimoto: Grounded in tradition, a kaiseki lineage evolves
Chef Takayuki Hagiwara blends Japanese aesthetics with a quietly contemporary cooking style that uses the local bounty of Nagano Prefecture to its fullest.
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LIFE / Food & Drink / Washoku Essentials
Aug 28, 2021
When you get familiar with kanten, cooking starts to gel just right
Known as agar-agar in most English-speaking countries, kanten is shelf-stable and can be found in convenient powdered form, for whenever you need a vegan-friendly way to set liquids.
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LIFE / Food & Drink / Washoku Essentials
Jun 26, 2021
Approach mealtime differently with a washoku mindset
Japanese kitchen traditions — using food fully while being mindful of balancing color, flavor and method — will help you put together a meal that's healthy, colorful and delicious.
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LIFE / Food & Drink
Jan 24, 2021
Top 5: The best teishoku restaurants in Tokyo
This isn't your typical “want-fries-with-that?” lunch. The Japan Times shares five of the best places to get a washoku set meal for dine-in or takeout.
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LIFE / Food & Drink / JAPANESE KITCHEN
Jun 27, 2020
Five refreshing and summer-friendly Japanese recipes
This recipe collection starts with a homemade mentsuyu (noodle sauce), which becomes a flavorful base for four other dishes.
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LIFE / Food & Drink / Women of Taste
Mar 7, 2020
Elizabeth Andoh: Writer, chef, world-renowned washoku expert
Elizabeth Andoh's decades-long passion for cooking and Japanese cuisine had an unlikely catalyst: A bowl of awful udon noodles.
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CULTURE / Books / RECENTLY PUBLISHED BOOKS ABOUT JAPAN
Feb 1, 2020
Whet your appetite with 'A Complete Guide to Japanese Cuisine'
Food writer Akiko Katayama's bilingual washoku primer, 'A Complete Guide to Japanese Cuisine,' covers everything from regional dishes to dining customs and bento.
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LIFE / Food & Drink / 2010s: Decade in review
Nov 16, 2019
2010s: The decade Japanese food took over the world
Japanese food experienced an international boom in the 2010s, and now you can find everything from ramen to egg sandwiches across the globe.
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BUSINESS
Feb 8, 2019
Asian appetites drive Japan's 2018 farm and fisheries exports up 12%, setting record for sixth year in row
Agriculture, forestry and fisheries exports in 2018 grew 12.4 percent from a year earlier to hit a record high for the sixth straight year, buoyed by strong demand from other Asian nations, the farm ministry said Friday.
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BUSINESS
Jul 16, 2018
Japan to extend best-before dates for pork to help exports
The government is discussing plans to extend best-before dates for pork products to boost their export numbers, according to sources.
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LIFE / Food & Drink
Jun 30, 2018
'Japan: The Cookbook': Beautifully presented recipes for home cooks
'Japan: The Cookbook' is a classic recipe book that runs the gamut of Japanese cooking techniques, drawing on Nancy Singleton Hachisu's wealth of experience and culinary conections.
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LIFE / Food & Drink
Jun 14, 2018
Foreign cooks flocking to Japanese culinary schools amid boom in cuisine's global popularity
With Japanese food enjoying a global boom, culinary training institutes in Japan have seen a surge in foreign students eager to learn how to make the country's traditional cuisine.
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COMMUNITY / Our Lives / WHY DID YOU LEAVE JAPAN?
May 12, 2018
Mayumi Uejima-Carr: Setting the Table For Two in the United States
After reading about the NPO Table For Two, a quick Google search and a 'passionate email,' Mayumi Uejima-Carr now educates American students about the health benefits of Japanese cuisine.
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LIFE / Food & Drink / KYOTO RESTAURANTS
May 12, 2018
Kishin: New opening is full of breakfast promise
For Atsushi Nakahigashi at Kishin, a traditional, local breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
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JAPAN
Feb 12, 2018
Agriculture ministry supports small and midsize food exporters as Japan enjoys global washoku boom
An increasing number of farmers and food companies have been exporting products recently, as washoku (Japanese cuisine) enjoys a boom overseas.
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LIFE / Style & Design
Nov 26, 2017
Throwback time for fashion leads to innovation
As regular followers of Japanese fashion can attest, the industry can be seen as somewhat flirtatious, dallying with new debutantes, another sister brand, another collaboration, another short-term "limited shop" or another retail concept that makes the news but doesn't really change the game.
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LIFE / Food & Drink
Sep 16, 2017
Beverage giant looks to spread the intricacies of washoku abroad
Seventeen students from the United States stare at a garden of eggplant. "You can take pictures, just don't touch anything," the group's translator informs them, most of whom are in their early 20s. A minute of silence passes as they gaze at the circular vegetables. Then they pull out their smartphones...
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LIFE / Food & Drink
Jul 8, 2017
Spain meets 'washoku': Cooking along to the sizzling beat in Ibiza
There has never before been a tasting menu quite like it. The first dinner presented by wagyu beef grillmaster Kentaro Nakahara, yakitori supremo Yoshiteru Ikegawa and sushi maestro Takaaki Sugita was unprecedented in so many aspects.

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