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My name is Asia. Join me in my culinary journey through Asia.
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Recipe for mochi and daifuku

Mochi or omochi and daifuku (“stuffed mochi“) rice cakes are my most favourite traditional Japanese sweets. Some people think that the taste of the rice mochi mass is not very noticeable and bland. But I honestly love them and could eat a tone of them. Therefore, today I decided to share with you the recipe for mochi and daifuku. You can easily make these Japanese sweet rice cakes at home.
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Japanese mochi rice cakes (New Year’s sweets)

Since the Chinese New Year #CNY has just started, I thought it would be nice to share with you some New Year’s culinary Japanese traditions. The first of these concerns Japanese mochi / omochi rice cakes. Below you’ll find basic information about mochi and daifuku (“stuffed mochi“), motchitsuki tradition as well as the link to the recipe for these traditional Japanese sweets.
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Recipe for Okonomiyaki Kansai style

Okonomiyaki is a Japanese dish. It’s a type of pancake with cabbage. Foreigners often call this “Japanese pizza”, but I don’t think it is a good analogy. Okonomiyaki is a flag dish of Hiroshima prefecture and city, although it is popular also in Osaka and the whole Kansai region. The Kansai version and Hiroshimna version are a bit different, yet both are delicious. I learned to prepare Kansai style okonomiyaki from the Japanese cook and from that moment I often prepare this dish at home. Today I share with you the super-easy recipe for okonomiyaki Kansai style.
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I decided to write the post on the very basics about sushi. "Sushi for the beginners".

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The first article on my blog is here. Let me introduce you to the world of Japanese tea. 💚

👉 What is the tea ceremony in Japan?
👉 Does a foreigner have a chance to take part in a tea ceremony in Japan?

I had the pleasure of taking part in such a ceremony at the tea pavilion in Himeji. 👉 See what it looked like. Learn how the tea utensils are called.

#chadō #sadō #chanoyu
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