Kokeshi dolls are wood figurines that can represent humans and animals. We will take a look at their history, how they are made and where you can buy them.
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?
Many bonsai beginners put all of their focus on the tree and not enough on the actual pot when in actual fact the pot plays a major role in the overall aesthetics of the tree. Here we will..
Growing a bonsai tree from seed requires a lot of patience because it will take at least 2 to 3 years before the tree has matured enough to be worked on. The only other way is to buy an already established tree so that..
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 the right soil is crucial for the success of your bonsai tree because the correct soil provides your tree with all the essential minerals it needs to grow fast, healthy and strong. There is no one-size-fits-all solution because..
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..
You spend a lot of time perfecting your bonsai so why not show it off with a levitating pot? No, it’s not some witchcraft or voodoo. It’s physics in the form of levitating magnets, and it’s going to impress the hell out of your family, friends, and cat.
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 […]
The Japanese puzzle box with its complex underlying mechanics and aesthetic appeal were once used by everyone from travelers, housewives, and even ninjas and samurais. Although first created nearly 200 years ago, these pretty little Japanese boxes are still with us today.