Miso has become the new star ingredient ever since Nobu Matsuhisa started using it in his famous black cod recipe in all his restaurants around the world.
$12.50 to be collected from each person leaving by plane or ship Visitors to Japan will have to pay a 1,000 yen ($12.50) levy
A seasonal consumer tradition are Fukubukuro, so-called “fortune bags” filled with an array of different merchandise and sold for a set price.
Hatsuhinode is the first sunrise of the new year. People gather on mountaintops, observatories, beaches,
During the first few days of the new year, many people head out for hatsumode
Nenga are New Year’s greetings. Sending nenga greeting cards to friends and family is a very popular New Year’s tradition
Mochi, a type of chewy rice cake, is a classic Japanese New Year’s food. These little round cakes are even used in certain New Year’s decorations,
O-sechi ryori is the New Year’s Day feast. Each element of the dinner is intended to invite luck, prosperity, and good health
Japanese New Year (shogatsu or oshogatsu) is the most important holiday in Japan. It’s centered around food,
Is it myth or reality? Tokyo, the Japanese capital shall be taking bath with the Yuzu, a lemon like Japanese citrus
Both drinks come with a rich pistachio milk base, using snow-like whipped cream combined with a sauce made from roasted pistachios
Featuring the festive white, red, and gold colors of a Japanese New Year, the design will be adorned with a variety of plum blossoms,
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