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The Informative Guide To Japan Shrine Manners

Visiting Japan? The top attraction of things to do in Japan is "visiting Shrines and Temples". As you see these numbers, over 81,000 Shrines, and over 75,000 Temples, they have been supporting Japanese life, soul, and spirits for many years. Visiting Shrines and Temples for Japanese people is the same as meeting the spirit of a deity, they follow steps to pray very respectively. To respect Japanese spirits, read the informative guide to Shrine manners on this page for your Japan trip.
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If You Read The Article About Don’t Blow Your Nose In Public In Japan, Read This.

I am from Japan. Every time I see "Don't blow your nose in public in Japan" on the website, I am not happy about it. Because! you can blow your nose in public even in Japan. In fact, most Japanese people think it is ridiculous if someone says blowing your nose in public is a bad manner. I really want to explain why the rumor has been based on the wrong facts.
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Napa (Chinese) Cabbage 101 In Japanese Cooking; Nutrition, Shopping and Storage Tips, Recipes

Napa cabbage has been loved as the winter vegetable in Japan. This page introduces the health benefits of Napa cabbage and great Japanese cooking recipes using Hakusai (Napa cabbage) includes Japanese pickles and goma-ae.
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Japanese Cooking Culture; How to Sun Dry Veggies At Home

Dehydrated food is much handy, economical, and environmentally friendly. I just notice that I haven't seen anyone sun-dry veggies around me in the US. Isn't it common??? In Japan, sun drying food is very common and we often sundry veggies at home. The sun-dried veggies have concentrated natural Umami flavor, sweetness, nutrition.
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Black And White Sesame seeds; Health benefits, How to use in Japanese Cooking

Here are the health benefits of sesame seeds such as boosting immunity and lower cholesterol levels, improving bowel movements and digestive health, and anti-aging! Besides, its rich aroma and flavor make you hungry. In Japanese cuisine, sesame seeds have been loved as healthy food to intake daily diet. Read this site, let's get to know about charming sesame seed.
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Homemade Authentic Japanese Teriyaki (Yakitori) Sauce For Yakitori, Grilled Meat and Vegetables

The best "authentic Japanese TERIYAKI sauce" recipe. Soy sauce, Sugar, Japanese Sake, and Dashi kelp. Also, another recipe using ingredients you already have. The substance recipe of Mirin-sweet rice wine included.
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Sesame Crusted Seared Ahi Tuna With Authentic Teriyaki Sauce

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Tender, Juicy, Crispy Karaage Chicken Recipe; Japanese fried chicken

If you are a Japanese food geek, you can't miss "Japanese fried chicken" called 'Kara age" to eat, to cook. 'Kara age (chicken)" is the staple comfort food and also popular obento items. Everybody loves "Karaage" in Japan. Use boneless chicken thigh or breast, double coating, and double fried! If you want to make tender, juicy crispy Japanese fried chicken, check out my recipe.
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The Best Native Guide; 8 Japanese Snacks You Should Bring Home From Japan

This is the Japanese native guide that tells you which Japanese snacks you should bring home from Japan. Outside of Kit Kats and Cheap junks. Well, still not expensive. Country maam cookies, Homepie, Takenoko no Sato, Kinoko no Yama, Alfort, Chokoliele, Happy turn, Cheese Okaki, Jagariko.
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Summer Grilling! Home Izakaya! Yakitori Chicken With Savory Sweet Authentic Sauce

Open Your Izakayas At Home! The most popular Izakaya menu, Yakitori Chicken. The perfect summer grilling. Please make the savory-sweet authentic Japanese teriyaki sauce the night before! Don't have a charcoal grill??? Indoor Cooking recipes are also on this page.
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How Do The Japanese Make Tough Meat Tender At Home

No one wants to eat tough and chewy, or dried meat for dinner. No wants to make yourself and fams disappointed. I have been trying many ways to tenderize meat without losing juice, and want to share only my successful methods to make any cut of meat tender, juicy, and never dried. Besides, the Japanese BBQ sauce recipe is available here!
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Japanese BBQ Beef Salad Bowl With The Extra Asian Breeze

A big salad bowl with the savory, tender sliced beefsteak. Marinate the meat with Japanese traditional BBQ sauce (Yakiniku no Tare) which is also used for the dressing. Sweet chili sauce and chopped cilantro add the extra Asian breeze. Goes well with a cold beer!
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Japanese Pork Cutlet Recipe; Make The Authentic Crispy Tonkatsu

Wanna make different-style pork cutlets for dinner tonight? How about Japanese-style port cutlets called "Tonkatsu" (豚かつ)??? It's very easy to make, but there are some tips to better Japanese pork cutlets, juicy pork, and crispy coating!
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How to make Japanese Style Lemon Sour at Home

Do you know Japanese style sour cocktails? "sour" is a very popular cocktail in Japan, a lot of flavors. Especially, Lemon sour has been trending in recent Japan and you can make it own at home! It's lemony and clear taste and the perfect refreshment in the afternoon on the patio! The color of yellow makes you feel happy and spontaneous and get also vitamin C with low carb distilled spirit! In this recipe, you will infuse lemon peels and distilled spirits for a few days, how? Read this and enjoy the Japanese style lemon sour!
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Only 3 Step; Quick, Easy, Super Healthy Snack with Sesame Oil

"Yamitsuki" means "addictive" in Japanese, "Yamitsuki Cabbage" is one of the popular nibbles at Izakayas and Japanese BBQ restaurants. You can bring Asian breeze of the table by making this easy, quick, and healthy snack. As the name, you can't stop eating once you have the first bite. "Sesame Oil" is the essential ingredient for "Yamitsuki Cabbage". If you want to get your fams impressed, read this. Only 3 step recipe.
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How 5 Insider secrets of “Japanese HighBall” Brings You To Know Japanese Culture

If you want to experience authentic Japanese drinking culture, why not learn about "whiskey highball" which is part of the Japanese Izakaya lifestyle. "Whiskey highball" had been in the dark period after the peak in 1980 - 1990 due to the price of whiskey and also the stereotype of drink for "middle-aged men", but today it became the staple drink as well as draught beer in drinking culture. There are the dramatic efforts of the famous company to get the whiskey trend back in Japan. One of the fans of "Japanese whiskey highball" is going to tell you about 5 secrets of highball in Japan.
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