30 Mar | Rae DeFrane |No Comments

Spring return for students and employees in Japan

The cherry blossoms are almost at peak bloom here in Tokyo. Their calming pink hue and delicately sweet scent is a contrasting backdrop to the frenzy that accompanies the preparations of students and job-seekers in Japan as they gear up for April and all it brings with it. Spring harkens new beginnings in the form of a new school year, a new fiscal year and a new wave of initiates beginning their careers in companies across Japan.

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4 Mar | Nick Colaccino |No Comments

Sakuramochi: See Beautiful Cherry Blossoms, then Eat Them?!

Salt and sugar help the world go ‘round. These two essential nutrients are what give sakura mochi its popular appeal. Rest assured: you are supposed to eat the leaf!

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26 Feb | Kay Knofi |No Comments

Recommended food events in Tokyo – March 2019

So you’re in Tokyo in March and you’re looking for food events? Here are a few we recommend!

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Three new delicious traditional Sake (rice wine) inspired KitKat Yuzu-Sake (citrus) Regular Sake and Ume (sweet plum) Sake #trythemall #kitkat #japanesesnacks #tokyotokyo #oldmeetsnew ...

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So happy to share our #giveaway snacks with @madgirlwithabox5 ! Stay tuned— amazing annual Christmas giveaway Coming Soon! ...

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Tuna Sashimi tasting plate! Tuna comes in many cuts and styles. Please continue it is one of the most popular fish for sashimi in Japan, but there are so many ways to try it. Also the word for tuna in Japanese is maguro. But each type of maguro Sashimi has a different Japanese name! Don’t be confused, come with us on a food tour and we will help you learn all the great sushi and sashimi you need to order and what everything is called in Japanese! #japanfoodtour #nosushinolife #tokyo ...

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