10 Japanese Home Remedies to Fight Any Cold
Winter can sometimes feel long in Japan (especially without central heat!), and February is one of the coldest months. While we hope you don’t catch any germs, those indestructible local grandmas have many tried and true methods to fight colds!
750 Years of Soy Sauce Tradition
With a tradition dating back more than seven centuries, Yuasa soy sauce has taken to the tables of Europe's finest restaurants.
Take a Seat, Sliced Cheese!
There's a new pre-sliced lunch food in Japanese supermarkets, and it's so soft it melts in your mouth.
There's No Vegetable Like Snow Vegetables!
Giving a whole new meaning to the phrase "frozen vegetables," farmers in these prefectures have decided to harvest their crops a little differently.
How to Shop The Wonder 500™
You don't necessarily need to come to Japan for traditional local products—get your hands on The Wonder 500™ by shopping online!
The Oldest Japanese Grocery Store in the US
Providing quality Japanese ingredients and products since 1907, Katagiri offers a wide array of Japanese foodstuffs that can be shipped within the continental U.S.
The Story of Japanese Wasabi
The story of this simple yet exotic ingredient runs far back in time, and is complicated by the fact it's extremely difficult to grow.
Pick a Bushel of Blueberries in Nagano!
While strawberry and apple picking has been growing in popularity, blueberry-picking is making a bit of a splash up in Nagano.
6 Great Innovations from Japan's Countryside
From urban planning and fish farming to food recycling and the re-invigoration of traditional techniques, a number of great ideas have come out of Japan's smaller towns and cities.
This Company Certainly has a Green Thumb!
Temporary staffing company Pasona Group is giving a whole new meaning to the term 'green business.'