Do you know the “Chawanmushi”?

It is a japanese food for side dish.

It conclude eggs mainly, and tastes soft.:-)


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Let’s topping~Egg Roll~


This is original egg roll!

These toppings are the mayonnaises, the radishes, the seasoned cod
roes, and Spinach.

It becomes colorful like the dessert if it divides like this.

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Tsukune is my favorite dish.

This is called ‘ Tsukune ‘.

It is a kind of Yakitori.   It is very juicy and soft.

 The one that the minced meat of chicken was mixed with the mince of the
vegetable is a base.

I found a special store that offers Tsukune as a main dish!

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To warm your body, would you like some Japanese dish ‘Oden’ ?


Do you know  ‘ Oden ‘ ? At the first, Please see this site.

Let’s study the history of Oren!

The more it cooks it, the more delicious the vegetable and the ground fish meat

For instance, radish.
This becomes very soft if it cooks it, and the mouth hit is good.
Moreover, do you know ‘ Chikuwa ‘ ?
This is the one, having made it from fish’s ground fish meat. 

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Udon recipe! ~Like a soup pasta~


I eat udon weekend’s lunch time.

Udon is simple and easy to cook.

So I want to introduce some original Udon recipe.

Before cooking, I  put the noodles into an earthenware pot and add  Kimuchi.

I boil  the noodles and the Kimchi in the earthenware pot.

That dish is good for recent cold days! 🙂

Another good idea is curry udon. You can see the recipe here:

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Ochazuke ~Japanese food with Rice~

Do you like ‘Ochazuke’?

I like 3 tastes of ochazuke.

 Mentaiko, Umeboshi, Sake.

This picture is Umeboshi Chazuke. It tastes mild and sour. :-)  

It is a simple dish, but for people who don’t know one.

I recommend this link:

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Okonomiyaki is a japanese food , especially at Osaka people eat it furequently:-)


INGREDIENTS:(To make 4 Okonomiyaki pancakes)

·     12 ounces sliced bacon ·     1/3 cup of water ·     4 eggs ·     3 cups of all-purpose flour ·     1 teaspoon salt ·     1 medium head cabbage, cored and sliced ·     2 tablespoons minced pickled ginger ·     1/4 cup of tonkatsu (Oyster) sauce or barbeque sauce  


1.   Fry the bacon in a large skillet over medium heat until slightly crispy.

2. Remove the bacon and put on paper towels to drain and set aside.

3. In a large bowl, stir together the water and eggs. Gradually stir in the flour and salt until smooth. Add the cabbage and ginger; stir until evenly distributed.

4. Heat a skillet over medium heat and coat with cooking spray.

5. Pour about 1/4 of the batter into the center of the skillet. Place 4 slices of cooked bacon in the center.

6. Use a spatula to shape the pancake into a circle. Fry for about 5 minutes or until the edges are dry. Flip and cook on the other side until the center is stable and it is browned on both sides. Remove from the pan. Finally, the topping is done with oyster sauce and the mayonnaise. 

7.Repeat the process to make more Okonomiyaki pan cakes.

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Original Egg Roll~Japanese food~


Egg roll has a variety of taste, so today I introduce egg roll that includes spinach.

Please look at my first topic (about egg roll).

What you should do is to add more oil and Mirin.

In this way, you can expand your repertoire of cooking. 

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boiled Miso chicken


Here are many chicken wings that are boiled well.

This tastes of  Miso, and so you can not eat without rice!


①You should buy 1-2 packs of chicken wings.(500-650g)

②Thaw the chickens.

③Prepare the hot water and boil the chicken wings for 20 minutes.

④ Pour into a sieve basket.

⑤Warm a fry pan and add a serving spoon of Miso.

⑥Add a little Mirin and mix them until they become smooth.

⑦Put in the chicken and heat (midium) for 20-30 minutes.

thaw them

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