The Japanese have spent many centuries perfecting the art of growing high quality tea and what better way is there to enjoy it than with an authentic Japanese tea set?
Interested in buying high-quality and super healthy tea straight from Japan? Whether you’re interested in superior grade matcha and sencha green tea, shiitake or the..
The bento box originated in Japan and is used today in the West as well as Asia. Here we will answer questions and review popular bento boxes you can buy.
If you have to make perfect sushi rice quickly or any other rice based dish then look no further than these high-quality Japanese rice cookers.
Choosing a high quality sushi knife might seem simple enough until you go out and see the high amount of options available. In this beginners guide to choosing sushi knives we will cover the different types, the..
If you have been consuming and experimenting with sake for a while then you have on more than one occasion asked yourself whether or not a bottle of sake has gone bad. Here we will show you how to tell and more importantly, how to maximize shelf life by storing it correctly.
The taste of sake can be best described as complex, especially when dealing with the more premium brands. In many cases, such complexities can only be attributed to a brewing process that has been perfected over the span of many generations.
According to Shintoism, the national religion of Japan, sake is a sacred drink gifted to us from the gods and should, therefore, be prepared, served and consumed as per tradition. Downing sake shot glasses at your nearest cheap sushi restaurant is the wrong way to go about things and so is drinking it out of a wine glass.
Home > Food > Sake > The Best Sake Sets The Best Sake Sets Just like with all things in Japan, there is a certain way of doing things, and drinking sake is no exception. Sure you could take large gulps straight out the bottle as I do late at night when no one is watching, but then you run the risk of being labeled […]
Cooking with sake might sound strange to Westerners, but it’s common in Japan. Cooking sake, along with mirin are essential ingredients in Japanese cuisine, and here we will show you the different ways that sake can improve the taste and appearance of your food.