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Japanese Wellness

The Perfect Hot Bath Routine For Your Skincare

Why not take care of your skin to glow more beautiful and healthy during the relaxing hot bath? The hot water can damage your skin, however, you don't worry about it anymore if you read this perfect bath guide. You need to begin this before taking a hot bath today! Here is the step-by-step guide to enhancing your beauty.
Japanese Wellness

The Japanese Way To Wellness; Drinking “Sayu” Plain Hot Water

Japanese wellness rituals and practices are often unique and attractive, almost always they are easy and reasonable. As one of J wellness trends, drinking plain hot (warm) water boiled Tetsubin (Japanese cast-iron kettle) is for you. Of course, it brings you several health benefits and relaxation. Here is the ultimate guide on drinking hot water; how to boil water, when is the best time to drink, and ideas to add flavor.
Food & Recipes

The Japanese Secret; The Benefits Of Sesame Oil In Cooking And Wellness

Sesame oil has been incorporated into the Japanese lifestyle for a long time like in other Asian countries. Sesame oil is known as one healthy oil that we should take daily and the Japanese often use it in cooking. Besides, we are addicted to the rich toasty nutty aroma of toasted sesame oil. Or, the elegant light white sesame oil, is used for cooking, dressing, even massage, and skincare. This post will tell you the types of sesame oil, its health benefits, and how to incorporate it into your lifestyle.
Food & Recipes

The Japanese Cooking Guide; Koji Rice

Koji is the Japanese fermented condiments as well as Miso paste, soy sauce, Mirin, Japanese sake. You will be impressed with "The power of Koji", "The Koji magic", once you start using "Shio Koji" in your cooking. Especially, to marinate meat and fish, it does not only tenderize them but also brings its umami, the savory flavor. In this site, I will explain what the koji rice is, how to make it, use it, and keep it!
Japanese Wellness

The Hot Bath Guide For You; Water Temperature, Bathing Time, And Healing Tips For Your Body

The hot bath health benefits have been well-known today. In this post, I am focusing on the healing power of bathing. If you feel tired, exhausted, stressed, muscle tension in the neck and shoulders, back pain, swelling, here is the hot bath guide-the water temperature, the bathing time, and more tips!
Japanese Wellness

The Effect Of Decluttering; Why You Want To Do The Danshari Method

"Danshari" has been used as the decluttering method and philosophy advocated by Hideko Yamashita in Japan, the term "Danshari" was originally used in the Yoga book. The basic of the Danshari method is also based on the idea of Zen Buddhism, Ayurveda. The Danshari method is not only telling you about tidying up piled stuff in your house and also can help you to get a better life based on oriental philosophy. In this post, I will tell you 8 benefits that you can get from the Danshari method.
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The Danshari Method And Minimalism

Let's talk about the Danshari method and minimalism! Roughly speaking, minimalism is living with the fewest essential things to simplify lifestyle and the Danshari method is optimization" of your life by refusing, disposing, and staying away from obsession.
Japanese Wellness

The Correct Way Bathing Practices; Do And Don’ts

The basics of the correct way to taking a bath at home for your relaxation and health. Bathing is well-known for self-care practices, but do you know you can lead to negative effects if you do wrong bathing. This is the ultimate guide to take a bath properly.
Food & Recipes

The Common Japanese Side Dish; Kinpira Guide (Recipe & Tips)

What's Kinpira? Kinpira is a popular Japanese side dish or nibble, commonly root vegetables sautéed with soy sauce, sugar, and Japanese sake. Kinpira is one easy cooking without technique and tools. However, you may need to learn tips to make the perfect crisp Kinpira dish. I will give you the basic recipe with carrots.
Culture, Etiquette

The Best Japanese Green Tea Pot Guide; Tokoname Kyusu

If you want to brew Japanese green tea easily, must have a "Tokoname Kyusu teapot". Tokoname yaki (the pottery) is one of the famous pottery in Japan and Tokoname Kyusu can allow green tea a mellow and rich taste. On this site, I explain how Tokoname kyusu works, how to clean, which you should buy. All about Tokoname Kyusu.
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Surrounded by Hinoki Wood Products; Natural Benefits From Japanese Cypress

Hinoki, Japan's most beloved tree -Hinoki cypress products has been deeply rooted in the Japanese lifestyle. Not only beautiful grain and relaxing aroma but also leads amazing benefits with Hinoki's natural power. Once you touch its silky-touch surface, smell its woody scent, you will not let them go!
Food & Recipes

Sesame Crusted Seared Ahi Tuna With Authentic Teriyaki Sauce

Food & Recipes

Sencha Green Tea Aesthetic; How To Brew, Store, Roast In Japanese Authentic Way

Sencha is the type of green tea, which is the daily green tea for Japanese tea time. Like other tea, sencha green tea has several health benefits. Not like Matcha, the taste is refreshing. There is no picky manner to make sencha, but there are several tips to make 10 times better sencha green tea if you read this guide.
Japanese Wellness

Safety Tips For Essential Oils In The Hot Bath

Do you know you can put essential oils in a hot bath? Is it safe to put them in a hot water? Technically, you can add essential oils (100% pure, therapeutic grade) in the hot bath, however, it's dangerous to add them directly without diluting. You need to learn tips on how to dissolve oils and how to protect your skin.
Food & Recipes

Rice Flour 101; Health And Cooking Benefits

Rice flour is finely ground raw rice and is used to make rice noodles and pancakes, thicken soups and stews, for a bakery. I recommend its health benefit, especially It's gluten-free! Rice flour can provide dietary fiber, which can be expected to lower cholesterol, improve blood sugar levels, and help with digestion. The best thing about is rice flour can really make food crispy when frying with it at home. Read this post and get to know about rice flour more to incorporate in-home cooking!
Food & Recipes

Napa (Chinese) Cabbage 101 In Japanese Cooking; Nutrition, Shopping and Storage Tips, Recipes

Napa cabbage is the type of Chinese cabbage and called "Hakusai" in Japan. It's the popular winter veggie (in Japan) and it can't be called Japanese hot pot without it. (kidding.) It contains mostly water (low-cal, low-carb) but is rich in Vitamin C, K, and potassium. Moreover, it's one of the handy veggies to cook for salad, stir-fry, saute, soup, stew...between crispy texture to melty texture. Read this post to know health benefits, the shopping, store, and cooking tips.
Food & Recipes

Miso Soup Trivia; How Much Do You Know About Japanese Soul Soup

Miso soup is no longer mystery Japanese traditional food today. This soul food for the Japanese has been loved as healthy and energy food from ancient years. There are thousands of recipes for miso soup, but you know what? Making miso soup is easy and simple if you know the tips to cook miso paste. In this post, I can tell you tips and trivia to make Japanese miso soup and popular & unique ingredients.
Food & Recipes

Japanese-Style “Harusame” Bean Thread Noodle Salad

Glass noodles are a common food in Asian cuisine, and it is called "Harusame" in Japanese. Japanese Harusame noodles are mainly made of potato starch. Harusame salad is also a popular salad menu in Japan- it's refreshing and addictive with sesame oil and soy sauce-based dressing. You can use Mung Bean Thread Vermicelli instead, but not rice noodles if you care about calories.
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