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 …
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Snow-aged Wagyu Beef is known for being the most tender in Japan, becoming valuable overseas but is it really good? I went to Niigata’s Yukimuro Snow Cellars to check out the Snow-aging in person and try it at a Tokyo Restaurant.
d in Japan, they do it fast! Speed wrapping is part of the culture when shopping but what might surprise you the most is how Japanese UNWRAP!
The process to make Japanese Green Tea known as Sencha starts at the farm and we’ll follow the harvest to the factory in Shizuoka. The time the leaves are steamed has
Japan makes some of the biggest firework shells in the world, the culture is unique – just one shell can be a enough! We’ll go into the factory and see how they make giant shell fireworks – then launch them!
Tokyo has some of the world’s best restaurants, over 200 Michelin-starred places – so it’s no surprise the street food here is also top notch!
Japan’s Extreme North in Hokkaido is home to some super frigid towns like Kitami, Rikubetsu, and Abashiri. In the middle of winter, at night, one town has a massive meat festival — and it’s outdoors in below zero
Japan’s Bullet-train or Shinkansen is super fast, traveling at speeds of 350km/hr through wide landscapes of rice paddies of north Japan. This is the Tohoku-Hokkaido Shinkansen and in this episode we’ll ride from Tokyo Station to Shin-Aomori in regular and GRAN CLASS cars eating 7 gourmet ekiben, Japanese Train Food.
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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 …
Japan has hundreds of mushroom varieties, most edible and when I came here 20 years ago, I had never seen so many in the supermarket, it was mind boggling! What are they? How do you eat them?
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”?