Depending on the type of taste and texture experience you're looking for, tuna has several different options. From rich and decadent otoro to meaty akami, you'll be sure to find something you like when it comes to Japanese cuisine with tuna.
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Eating cold noodles can be a great option to beat the heat of summer. Whether you drain and chill your noodles on a zaru or experiment with unique ingredients that add color and flavor, you won't be disappointed with these cool Japanese noodles!
Bento boxes have been growing in popularity in the United States. Explore the origins of bento boxes, how they're served in traditional Japanese cuisine and why they are served with traditional rice.
Japanese restaurants in the United States often serve one or two udon noodle dishes. But there are actually a wide variety of dishes you can enjoy — here are 11 udon noodle dishes you must try!
Most fans of Japanese cuisine are familiar with ramen noodles, but they might not realize that Japanese cuisine has many more flavors, textures and noodle shapes worth trying.
There are many different Japanese dining etiquette rules to follow if you ever wish to have an authentic Japanese dining experience. Learning Japanese dining etiquette enhances the meal and shows great respect for your hosts.
While mochi ice cream is starting to show up in American grocery stores and restaurant's dessert menus with increasing frequency, its core ingredient has been a staple in the Japanese diet for hundreds of years.
One of the most popular types of noodles to enjoy in Japanese cuisine is udon noodles. Made from wheat flour, salt and water, these thick, chewy noodles are very comforting and can be used in a wide variety of dishes, served hot or cold.
On occasion, sushi ingredients on a menu may be listed in Japanese, leaving you wondering what exactly they are. This handy guide to common Japanese sushi ingredients will help you understand what you might find on a sushi menu.
Hijiki is a healthy seaweed especially popular in Japanese cuisine. The versatile ingredient can be used in many different dishes, and also contains a large number of vitamins, minerals, and health benefits.