Taiyaki, a popular Japanese pastry designed with the features of a cartoonish fish, are a traditional Japanese snack that has been enjoyed in Japan for over a century. Read on to learn all about taiyaki and why it is one of the top street foods in Japan and abroad!
Okinawan brown sugar is boiled for hours to produce a thick, dark syrup, used for culinary & medicinal purposes.
Yokan, a traditional Japanese jelly candy, is one of Japan’s oldest sweets. This block-shaped, translucent,
Okinawan food culture is famous for its range of cuisine and the culture of food it supports. It’s also surprisingly different from Japan’s mainland dishes.
Okinawan Obon celebrations are steeped in unique history & traditions.
If you have ever wondered about that yellow powder that covers some of your favorite Japanese snacks, then chances are that you have just wandered into kinako territory.