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Traditional japanese

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Traditional Japanese Breakfast and How To Make It At Home

Start your day with a traditional Japanese breakfast! It's a wholesome and healthy breakfast in the world. Learn how to make it at home today.

What Is Irezumi? — The Meaning Behind Japanese Tattoos

Although everyone seems to know of them, not much is known about the Yakuza's greatest connection, Tattoos. Nowadays, the general public has become more accepting of tattoos, in general. Gone are the days when tattooed people were shunned by society, but apparently, Japan hasn’t gotten the memo yet.

Japanese "Ghost Town" Shonai Eigamura, Tsuruoka

What looks like an old and abandoned Japanese village is actually just a movie set. Many of the latest Japanese Samurai movies where filmed here. There are reconstructions of a farming village, a fishing village and a post town of the Edo period (1603–1867).

Japanese rooms, the meaning of Mu, and Kenya Hara on emptiness - Core77

I received an interesting note in response to yesterday's post about living with a traditional Japanese futon. The author of the note, Ko Nakatsu, took exception to my oversimplified blog-ready description of why futons are folded and put away, and wanted to set the record straight in greater detail (which...

Mitarashi Dango みたらし団子

133 · 45 minutes · Mitarashi Dango are traditional Japanese rice dumplings smothered in an irresistibly sweet soy glaze. The dumplings are skewered on a bamboo stick and enjoyed all-year round. Make this street snack right in your own kitchen!


  • 2 tbsp Mirin
  • 2 tbsp Soy sauce
Baking & Spices
  • 2 tbsp Potato starch or cornstarch
  • 3/4 cup Shiratamako
  • 4 tbsp Sugar
  • 2 cup Water
  • 7 oz Dangoko (japanese rice dumpling flour) ((団子粉; can be found at japanese grocery stores))
  • ⅔ cup joshinko (Japanese rice flour)