Make these 2 Classic Japanese Burgers at Home
Why settle for a standard burger when you can go with teriyaki—or shrimp?
Who Doesn't Want Donut Sushi?
These delectable-looking treats may look like doughnuts, but they just might become your new favorite way to eat sushi!
Rainy Day Fun with Japanese Egg Molds
Looking for a little pick-me-up indoors activity on a rainy day? Why not add some adorable fun to your eggs!
3 Japanese Sauces to Spice Up Your Burger
Want something beyond ketchup to throw on your burger? Why not dip into the delicious world of Japanese sauces!
Add Some Totoro Flare to Your Dishes
From main dishes to dessert, one Japanese Twitter user has found a way to put the face of one of Ghibli's most iconic characters on the dinner table.
Bespectacled Rice Made by Farmers with Glasses
This product literally puts a face with a name!
Dragon Ball Raindrop Cake
You're not just seeing stars! These 'Dragon Ball' raindrop cakes are as easy to make as they are fun to eat.
This Pencil Certainly Has a Green Thumb!
Once its life as a pencil is over, this innovative piece of stationery will color your garden by blooming into one of a variety of edible plants.
Enjoy Starbucks Matcha Tea Anytime
Starbucks matcha marches into the Via lineup with a new, Japan-exclusive green tea drink mix.
7 Sweet Baking Tools from the ¥100 Shop
Baking doesn't have to be a costly commitment. Here are our Top 7 baking tools from the ¥100 shop!
Chow Down on Some Homemade Mosaic Sushi
It seems that sushi isn’t just delicious anymore! Creative types online have transformed this classic staple of Japanese cuisine into Instagram-ready art!
5 How-To Vids for Bakers on a Budget
The ¥100 store always has incredible goods on offer, and with these five videos you'll learn how to make delicious treats and impress your friends while saving loads of cash.
How to Make Vegan, Gluten-Free Okonomiyaki
Don't let dietary concerns keep you from the goodness of Japan's signature savory pancake!
6 Items for True Bento Masters—Each Only ¥100!
If you enjoy making cute bento, then you absolutely must have these items at ¥100 apiece.
Make Your Very Own Star Festival Raindrop Cake
Want to make your own raindrop cake? All you need is a yellow peach, pearl agar, water, a bamboo leaf, toasted soybean flour, brown sugar syrup, a microwave and a fridge—and some edible gold powder!
How to Make 'Hambaagu'
'Hambaagu' are Japanese-style hamburgers, or hamburger steaks. They're a popular mealtime staple for kids in Japan.
How to Make Yakiniku Rice Burgers
If you're in the mood to make a burger but find that you don't have any buns or beef patties, why not try using rice and yakiniku?!
Edamame: Japan's Favorite Snack
Did you know that even edamame have a season in Japan—and that it changes based on the region? And have you ever wondered how to make edamame at home? Read on!
Finally! 'Mochi' That's Quick & Easy to Make!
With this cool set and a short list of ingredients, you’re never more than a couple of minutes away from enjoying some traditional Japanese desserts.
3 Recipes to Japanify Your Burgers
You don't have to live in Japan to give these Japanese burger recipes a try!