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There are so many reasons why people all around the world dream of visiting Japan. Some desire to witness the cutting-edge technology, others come for the beautiful natural sights, and many, like us, come for the delicious food. From the polite etiquette that comes with dining, to the process in which meats and dishes are prepared, the Japanese cuisine stands out like a star in the culinary world. Join us as we run all around Tokyo on a Japanese food tour and experience the exquisite cuisine of Japan! 🇯🇵 🤭 OUR ULTIMATE JAPAN TRAVEL GUIDE: 🤍 We did our Japanese food tour on our own, but here are some highly-rated food tours in Tokyo, Japan, done with local guides: 🇯🇵 3-Hour Food Tour at Night: 🤍 🇯🇵 Tokyo Ramen Tasting Tour: 🤍 🇯🇵 Tsukiji Fish Market Food Tour: 🤍 🇯🇵 Tokyo City Tour by Bus: 🤍 🇯🇵 Private Tokyo City Tour: 🤍 🇯🇵 Traditional Japanese Dinner Cruise: 🤍 All the Japanese foods we tried in Tokyo, Japan: 0:00 - Intro 🌱 2:56 Edamame - 300 Japanese Yen ($2.28) 🍣 3:29 Roast Beef Nigiri - 500 Japanese Yen ($3.81) 🍚 4:00 Salmon Sushi Bowl - 1900 Japanese Yen ($14.48) 🐠 4:28 Mixed Fish Sushi Bowl - 2600 Japanese Yen ($19.81) 🥢 5:40 Seafood Udon - 500 Japanese Yen ($3.81) 🐟 11:35 Taiyaki - 260 Japanese Yen ($1.98) 🍲 13:50 Tempura Soba - 450 Japanese Yen ($3.43) 🍜 16:35 Pork Ramen - 1200 Japanese Yen ($9.14) 🍙 18:36 Onigiri - 160 Japanese Yen ($1.22) Follow along to see where we head next. 🥰 🗺 VISIT OUR WEBSITE + CLAIRE’S LITTLE ART SHOP: 🤍 🎥 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 📰 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 🎞 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 🧳 Our Amazon Storefront: 🤍 🧺 Our Amazon Wishlist: 🤍 🎵 Sign up for copyright-free music: 🤍 ✉️ Email us for inquiries: contact🤍chadandclaire.com OUR GEAR: Camera Body - 🤍 Wide Lens - 🤍 Zoom Lens - 🤍 Large Portable Tripod - 🤍 Small Portable Tripod - 🤍 Microphone - 🤍 Drone - 🤍 Waterproof Camera - 🤍 #tokyo #japan #foodtour
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I wanna talk about breakfast. The Japanese breakfast made me look into my own breakfast habits and completely rethink what it means to get a good breakfast in the morning. In Japan, obesity rates are low, and life expectancy is very high, partly due to the Japanese diet. This video is an exploration of some ideas that I derived from the Japanese breakfast: it is a balanced meal, it is varied, with small portions of many different types of food, and it is nutritionally complete. I analyzed this breakfast by comparing it to the classic American breakfast of pancakes, bacon, and eggs. I think there's a lot to learn from this subject, and I'll continue exploring it in the future. Thank you for watching my videos! If you enjoyed please consider supporting me by subscribing and clicking the bell. FOLLOW ME LOVE U: Instagram: 🤍 Personal Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
Let me share the traditional Japanese breakfast recipe my great grandma was eating 100 year's ago! I grow up in Japanese family and my great grandma was living in next door. We often ate Japanese breakfast together. the Japanese breakfast she was eating is a lot different from what we enjoy in Japan nowadays. It's based on fish, seaweed and vegetables. as you can imagine, it's way healthier than modernized Japanese breakfast on 2021! I hope you will get some healthy eating inspirations! Thank you very much for stopping by! 😊More Japanese food recipes on my E-cookbook! 🤍 🌈Join our course to form a lifetime healthy eating habit through Japanese cooking 🤍 🍀Join our newsletters to stay in touch^^ 🤍 🍲Recipes -Japanese breakfast series 🤍 -Miso soup 🤍 -Japanese Pickles 🤍 🤍 - Turnip with pickled plum dressing 🤍 ♡MY RECOMMENDATIONS♡ ▶JAPANANESE POTTERIES (beautiful plates & cups & bowls& chopsticks 😍) 🤍 Use my code MIWA to get 5% off from your purchase! ▶Where to buy JAPANESE COOKING INGREDIENTS ? 🤍?sca_ref=191925.N4eyA6vKUY -JAPANESE COOKING BASIC INGREDIENTS I USE A LOT! 🤍 -DASHI (JAPANESE SOUP STOCK) ASSORTMENT 🤍 ▶JAPANESE KNIFE ( very sharp and good quality!) 🤍?jikuu_friends=CPDYVJV FOLLOW Miwa's Japanese Cooking 🌞 📺Please SUBSCRIBE : 🤍 🌎 Recipe Blog : 🤍 🌝 Facebook :🤍 📷 Instagram : 🤍 Disclaimer: product links may include affiliate links
Do Mexican moms like Japanese food? 🇯🇵 Patreon: 🤍 In this episode, the mamahs tried a few Japanese dishes! Among them were a spicy shio ramen, salmon sushi, taiyaki, takoyaki, natto beans, and unadon! Some of the moms had tried these items before, but all of them were taken by surprise when they tried natto for the first time which are fermented soybeans! Unadon was a new dish for the moms to try as well. Unadon is a barbecued eel filet served over a bed of rice. Would you try any of these foods? 💖😁 Follow Us on Socials 😁💖 ❤️TikTok - 🤍 🤎IG - 🤍 💙Twitter - 🤍 Produced by Brenda Cabral Edited by Giacomo Thillet
🍜 Japanese Street Food in Fukuoka: 🤍 🌶️ Get Smoked Ghost Pepper: 🤍 🔔 Subscribe: 🤍 YANAGAWA, JAPAN - Welcome to Yanagawa, located on the island of Kyushu in southern Japan. Today is an extra cold day, snowing and so instead of driving we decided to take the train to get to Yanagawa - from Fukuoka it took about an hour. Yanagawa is a very pleasant town, located along the beautiful Japanese coast, and home to plenty of fresh seafood and something they are most famous for; unagi, or eel. When it comes to Japanese food, Yanagawa is one of the capitals of eel! But first, we took a traditional boat ride through the canal system to enjoy the peace and natural beauty of the town. Eel restaurant 1: Saraya Fukuryu: 🤍 While on the boat ride, I could smell the smoky aroma of eels being grilled and it was almost unbearable, so we decided to try our first eel - and this was a recommendation from our boat captain. The eel was delicious and fresh, caramelized with a sweet soy sauce glaze, and served over rice in a wooden lacquer box. It was my first taste of Yanagawa eel… but more and better coming up! Total price - 8,150 JPY ($63.48 USD) for 2 boxes Alien Fish Seafood Shop: 🤍 Next up we went to a legendary seafood restaurant, more like a seafood market with a restaurant in the back. They had a nice catch, but one of their specialties is alien fish - literally alien fish - something otherworldly which they catch right off the coast of Yanagawa. They recommended some as sashimi and some deep fried. I also tried a number of other dishes, all of which were as fresh as possible and delicious. Total price - 8,800 JPY ($68.54 USD) for everything Main eel restaurant: Ganso Motoyoshiya: 🤍 Finally we made it to our main reservation for the main meal of the day and the most highly regarded and renowned Japanese eel restaurant in Yanagawa; Ganso Motoyoshiya. They’ve literally been serving their eel recipe since 1681. I was extremely lucky to have a chance to enter the kitchen to see just how they grill the eels to perfection, dip them into the sauce, grill again, and then place them over rice in a wooden box before steaming it altogether. This style of serving unagi / eel, which is called Unagi no Seiromushi, is unique to Yanagawa and one of the signatures of Ganso Motoyoshiya. I went all out and ordering the biggest set includes 3 types of eel. It was outstanding! Total price - 21,700 JPY ($157.94 USD), but my set cost 8,200 JPY ($59.71 USD) Yanagawa is a fantastic town to visit on a day trip from Fukuoka to enjoy the peace of the canals and especially the delicious Yanagawa eels, and quick alien fish sashimi! Thank you to Visit Kyushu (🤍 for helping me organize this food tour. 🎵MUSIC: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 —————————————————— 🌶️ 🌶️🌶️ NEW: Smoked Ghost Pepper Available Now: Direct: 🤍 Amazon: 🤍 (affiliate link on Amazon in US)
In this video, I am explaining about Japanese food, how it has evolved i.e. its categories and why it is healthy. In my Channel, I usually show step by step of alternative but authentic Japanese home cooking, which can be made with the ingredients that are easily available outside of Japan. 00:00 Intro 01:14 What is WASHOKU? 01:43 1. Respect for variety and fresh ingredients 03:16 2. Nutritional balance 04:30 3. Expression of nature and four seasons 05:58 4. Close connection fo seasonal celebrations 06:56 Categries of Japanese food 07:18 1. Traditional Japanese food 10:22 2. Semi-Modern Japanese food 11:16 3. Modern Japanese food 12:42 Why is Japanese food healthy? 18:17 Ending Please also watch my other cooking videos: Neapolitan Spaghetti: https: 🤍 Japanese mushroom pasta: 🤍 Teriyaki Chicken: 🤍 Curry Rice: 🤍 Tonkatsu: 🤍 Mapo Tofu: 🤍 Konnyaku Steak: 🤍 Unagi: 🤍 Takoyaki: 🤍 Coffee Jelly: 🤍 Mochi (with strawberry & Anko): 🤍 Mochi ice cream: 🤍 Dango: 🤍 Tik Tok: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Similar videos Geography Now on Japanese Geography: 🤍 🤍 25 Must-Try Dishes In Japan on Food Insider: 🤍 Lets ask Shogo on 3 Shocking Facts about Japanese Food: 🤍 #AuthenticJapaneseHomeCooking #JapaneseFood #WASHOKU Sound source: 🤍 Image source: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Japanese Food is awesome, and the overall dining experience is just as fun. If you are looking for places to eat in Tokyo, here are five great Japanese food experiences that I love while living in Tokyo. 1. Japanese Grill (Robata) - You sit around a few men who cook all of the meat and vegetables right in front of you on a grill. You just point to what you want and they grab it with their giant wooden spatulas. 2. Ramen - My favorite Japanese food, and perhaps the most well recognized Japanese dish apart from sushi. There are hundreds of places to choose from in Tokyo, each with their own rendition of the classic. One spot where you can get a large variety of options is on "Ramen Street" in the lower level of Tokyo Station. 3. Yakitori - Meat and veggies on sticks, cooked over a similar grill as the Robata, Yakitori is a favorite among Tokyo residents because it's fast and goes great with beer. The most famous area for Yakitori in Tokyo is down "Memory Lane" or "Piss Alley" just outside the Shinjuku Train Station. 4. Chanko Nabe - The ultimate in gluttony for a normal civilian, but a necessary bulking strategy for up-and-coming sumo wresters in the Ryogoku neighborhood of Tokyo. There are many different versions of this massive stew, and they are all aggressive and delicious. 5. Conveyor Belt Sushi - As I mention in the video, there are a million different ways sushi is served in Tokyo. One of the most fun methods is by way of the conveyor belt sushi. *Bonus* - Convenient stores such as FamilyMart, Lawson's, and 7 Eleven are a major part of Japanese Food culture in Tokyo. People are busy and need a quick meal, so I wanted to take you around real quick and show you what's inside! - SUBSCRIBE ► 🤍 - FOLLOW ME: + INSTAGRAM ►🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + SNAPCHAT ►🤍GarethChat + WEB ► 🤍 - MY TRAVEL VLOGGING GEAR: - MacBook Pro 15” → 🤍 - LaCie Rugged External Hard Drive → 🤍 - Sony a7ii → 🤍 - Sony a7ii 24-70 Lens → 🤍 - DJI Phantom 4 Drone → 🤍 - GoPro Hero 4 → 🤍 - KNEKT Underwater Dome → 🤍 - Rode Shotgun Mic → 🤍 - Manfrotto 60” Compact Action Tripod → 🤍 - Joby Tripod → 🤍 - Zoom H2n Handy Recorder → 🤍 - Backup Batteries for Sony A7ii → 🤍 - Backup Batteries for Sony RX100iv → 🤍 - P.S. Did you subscribe? If so, did you click on the notifications bell to receive updates when I launch a new video? If so, thank you! - TRAVEL DEEPER.
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▼Where you can buy safer/healthier food▼ *They are in Japanese -Smile Seeds Market 🤍 -坂の途中 Saka-no-tochu 🤍 -ビオ・マルシェの宅配 Bio-marché-no-takuhai 🤍 “Japanese food is healthy, and that’s why Japanese people look so young and live long!” This might be something that you have believed in until you played this video. Japanese food called “和食 washoku” in Japanese, was registered as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2013, and has been gaining a lot of attention and popularity ever since as a way to maintain a healthy body and to keep you in shape. ...But what if I told you that washoku is actually NOT healthy? I was very shocked too after reading these two books written by a Japanese doctor, who states that the assumption of “washoku = healthy” is a very dangerous myth. So today, I will first explain about the definition of washoku and how it was added to the UNESCO Intangible Heritage List. Then, I will introduce the 3 main reasons why there are some people who claim that Japanese food is not healthy. The 3 reasons will get more and more surprising towards the end and in the final chapter I will introduce some ideas on ways to find healthy food in Japan, so stay tuned! I hope this video will be useful not only for those who are hoping to travel to Japan, but especially to students and workers who are planning on staying in Japan for a longer period of time. However I know that these “health theories” often change from time to time, and there are many people who say things that are completely opposed to each other. I don't believe that this is the absolute truth, so please understand that I’m just trying to share an interesting idea with you. [Time codes] 0:00 Let's START! 2:27 What is "和食 washoku?" 4:55 1. Too much carbohydrates and salt 9:56 2. Too much food additives 12:31 3. Too much pesticides 17:48 How/Where can we find healthier food in Japan 20:30 Today's conclusion ▼Who is Shogo? What is this channel about?▼ 🤍 ▼Related videos in this channel▼ -5 things you DON'T want to do when eating SUSHI in Japan! Watch this video for a full experience 🤍 -10 things you should never do with chopsticks in Japan! Tutorial on how to hold/use them correctly 🤍 -Why BUSHIDO is the root of all social problems in Japan! The TRUTH of Japan/samurai code revealed 🤍 ▼MY DREAM▼ 🤍 “To make every Japan lovers’ dream come true, by making Japan a more secure, comfortable, and safer place for everyone to visit, study, and live in” I will be using the profit I gain from this channel at restaurants, hotels, and cultural facilities in Kyoto to introduce them. The more you watch the videos on this channel, Kyoto and Japan will become a more exciting place, and you can support your own and others’ dreams in the future even more. ▼Join our Membership▼ 🤍 ●Membership benefits -Limited behind-the-scene videos 🤍 -Weekly live stream -Priority reply to comments Every single yen we earn from this membership, we will be donating to groups of people who are fighting to solve social problems in Japan, the Japanese schools where foreign students can study, or use it to spread the works of people working with traditional culture in Japan to preserve the arts they are doing. ▼[Sub-channel] “Shogo’s Podcast”▼ 🤍 Please subscribe!! The perfect channel to learn about Japanese culture and history in your spare time, during your walk to school or work, and when you are cooking or doing house chores. Not only will I be covering the topics in this main channel, but also some topics that you will only be able to enjoy in the sub-channel, like answering questions I receive, and my opinions towards some of the comments. ▼[Listen to the real voices of the Japanese] "Voices from Japan series"▼ 🤍 ▼[For YOU traveling to Kyoto] "Kyoto Hidden Gems" series▼ 🤍 ▼Instagram▼ 🤍 *Please ask me questions through the DM here!（⚠️I do not use e-mail） ♪Music♪ おとわび 🤍 ♪Sound effects♪ 効果音ラボ 🤍 ♪Pictures♪ かわいいフリー素材屋 いらすとや 🤍 #washoku #traditionaljapanesefood #eatingjapan #thingstoeatinjapan #deliciousjapan
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▼Learn more about this topic▼ Wait... Then why does Japan approve so many food additives in the first place? 🤍 Horrifying fact: some studies point out that Japan approves the largest number of food additives in the world. While most countries only have about a few dozens of allowable food additives, Japan is said to have more than 1,500 kinds. Of course not all of them are harmful, but some of them are banned in many foreign countries. For example, the food coloring agent called red #2 (included in jelly and soft drinks) is believed to increase the risk of cancer and hives. Trans-fatty acids (included in bread and snacks) is said to increase the risk of myocardial infarction, strokes, and dementia. The food additives have all been officially approved by the government as “unharmful against humans" after undergoing rigorous investigation, however many scientists in Japan question the following: 1. The experiments have only been done on animals 2. They have only tested each food additive one at a time and haven't checked what would happen upon intaking multiple kinds on long terms 3. Many of these food additives are confirmed by WHO as cancer-causing/brain damaging Unfortunately, you may be trading the rest of your healthy life for Japan's colorful and delicious-looking foods. *The content is based on personal studies and experience There is no intention of denying other theories and cultural aspects ▼Who is Shogo? What is this channel about?▼ 🤍 ▼Related videos in this channel▼ -5 Things You DON'T Want to Do When Eating SUSHI in Japan 🤍 -Tutorial on How to Hold/Use Them Correctly | 10 Things You Should NEVER Do With Chopsticks in Japan 🤍 -5 Things You Should Avoid When Drinking SAKE (Nihonshu) 🤍 ▼MY DREAM▼ 🤍 “To make every Japan lovers’ dream come true, by making Japan a more secure, comfortable, and safer place for everyone to visit, study, and live in” I will be using the profit I gain from this channel at restaurants, hotels, and cultural facilities in Kyoto to introduce them. The more you watch the videos on this channel, Kyoto and Japan will become a more exciting place, and you can support your own and others’ dreams in the future even more. ▼Join our Membership▼ 🤍 ●Membership benefits -Limited behind-the-scene videos 🤍 -Weekly live stream -Priority reply to comments Every single yen we earn from this membership, we will be donating to groups of people who are fighting to solve social problems in Japan, the Japanese schools where foreign students can study, or use it to spread the works of people working with traditional culture in Japan to preserve the arts they are doing. ▼[Sub-channel] “Shogo’s Podcast”▼ 🤍 Please subscribe!! The perfect channel to learn about Japanese culture and history in your spare time, during your walk to school or work, and when you are cooking or doing house chores. Not only will I be covering the topics in this main channel, but also some topics that you will only be able to enjoy in the sub-channel, like answering questions I receive, and my opinions towards some of the comments. ▼[Listen to the real voices of the Japanese] "Voices from Japan series"▼ 🤍 ▼[Places recommended to visit in Kyoto] "Kyoto Hidden Gems" series▼ 🤍 ▼Instagram▼ 🤍 *Please ask me questions through the DM here!（⚠️I do not use e-mail） ♪Music♪ おとわび 🤍 トーマス大森音楽工房 🤍 ぽるぽるMusic 🤍 ♪Sound effects♪ 効果音ラボ 🤍 ♪Pictures♪ かわいいフリー素材屋 いらすとや 🤍 #washoku #traditionaljapanesefood #eatingjapan #thingstoeatinjapan #deliciousjapan