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Loaded with the information on how to incorporate the traditional food culture of Japan into your daily life; enjoy the great tastes, excellent presentations, and healthy and nutritious meals..

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  • Tea is served with Japanese sweets that enhance the enjoyment of green tea. Iced green tea is very popular during summer.
  • Istukushima Shrine on Miya jima is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Colorful  five-storied pagoda adds to the beauty.
  • Okonomiyaki is unique to Hiroshima. This batter is spread over hot iron grill, and  noodle, cabbages, pork, and eggs are added on top.
  • It is an ancient Japanese tradition to decorate homes by placing seasonal flowers and plants at the entrance and living areas.
  • Dried products made from squid, seaweed, mushrooms, and tofu. Drying increases shelf-life, and enhances the flavor and nutrition.
  • Matcha (green tea) soba is made by adding powdered green tea to soba (barley) flour. One of the best of Japan!
  • Tempura is a dish of seafood and vegetables that have been battered and deep fried in vegetable oil. Fresh tempura is priceless!
  • Sakizuke in Japan is comparable to French Amuse. Presentation is colorful, eye-catching and appetizing to the diners.
  • Old-fashioned scale one may encounter at Sentoh (neighborhood bath house). The scale on the right hand side is for weighing babies.
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