Japanese Spicy Citrus Condiment, better than Wasabi? | Yuzu Kosho
This Japanese condiment, spicy-salty citrus is still unknown to many will change the way you enjoy your food forever. Yuzukosho (柚子胡椒) is by far my favorite Japanese condiment …
Bringing back a lost sushi style – Saiku Sushi was popular in the Showa era but today, we bring back this challenging and beautiful sushi style.
Japan is a very active earthquake country and in Tokyo, the fire department is making sure residents are ready for the next one. They do that by simulating natural disasters and catastrophic situations
Japanese Green Tea has a lot of health benefits, but did you know the water temperature can change a lot of those – and significantly alter the taste?
This time, I travel to Fuji City in Shizuoka to visit …
Japanese onsen or hot springs are everywhere and every centenarian (over 100 years old) told me that visiting onsen regulalry was one reason they thought they had good health. So I investigated the waters. Could this be considered the “fountain of youth”?
What makes Japan’s top wagyu beef brands so popular?
Kobe Beef. Matsuzaka Beef. Omi Beef. These are the top three wagyu brands in Japan historically but in the last 20-30 years Japanese Wagyu brands have really increased. This episode starts the Omi Beef, a Kuroge Wagyu Story. We track the beef back to the ranch in the Omihachiman area near Lake Biwa.
ONLY in JAPAN Fireworks Crowdfunding festival will help bring a little hope in an otherwise challenging year for everyone by helping Japan’s fireworks industry and lighting up the night sky!
Being a professional drummer or performer is the dream of so many people around the world but for member’s of Kodo, it’s a reality. Their career is Taiko Drumming as a performance art, on tour around the world.
Japanese cuisine has a long history stretching back thousands of years. In the city of Kanazawa on the Sea of Japan side, there’s a restaurant serving recipes from the Edo period which were presented to Daimyo in banquets. What you see will shock you! Yes – there were Geisha
This is the Noboribetsu Onsen (Hot Spring) Festival and you’ve never seen anything like this before! Men in thongs throwing water at -10C / 14F temperatures at night. It’s a surreal scene and one I got to participate in.
Welcome to Omicho Market in Kanazawa. It opened in 1721 and will celebrate it’s 300th anniversary. We walked around trying all the different street food items
Welcome to the new John Daub * ONLY in JAPAN! The channel was actually started in September 2011 a few months after the Great Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami. Following that disaster, I volunteered up in Tohoku to help people recover when when I returned to […]
On June 26th, the John Daub * ONLY in JAPAN channel becomes the newest channel in the ONLY in JAPAN series. It is a channel I created in 2011 after the Great Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami and it has now become my home for the a new generation of video content about stories in Japan.