Pork Okonomiyaki | Chef Taro. Oh for the love of pete, why aren't there any Asian markets here? WANT.

Lauren, here's an infographic on how to make Pork Okonomiyaki. Imagine this, but with a ton of seafood instead of pork :P

Ever seen Jiro dreams of sushi? Today's infographic is kind of a refresher on the amount of training needed to become a real sushi chef, or Itamae-San. It'll also cover sushi etiquette and traditional aspects of the sushi culture.

Mastering The Art Of Sushi [Infographic

Food as Art: The Mastercraft of Japanese Sushi. Did you know that you should eat sushi fish-down, NOT rice-down? Or that you should only mix wasabi with soy sauce for certain types of sushi? Check out this for all things sushi.

Pin for Later: Break me off a piece of that Kit Kat Croissant!

Kit Kat Croissants

The Nutrition of Japanese Food. Why Japanese not only are "blessed" with longevity but also intelligence. It could highly be the food they consume. #Infographic | via Shinminori

4 Cycle Fat Loss Japanese Diet - The Nutrition of Japanese Food. Why Japanese not only are blessed with longevity but also intelligence. It could highly be the food they consume.

MATCHA GREEN TEA SHOKUPAN BABY TURTLE with CHOCOLATE DUTCH CRUNCH & WHITE CHOCOLATE FILLING [Japan] [ful-filled] [edible cute, kyaraben, food art, novelty eats] [shokupan, hokkaido milk bread, milk loaf, milk shokupan, pai bao, asian sweet bread, japanese-style white bread] [asia pacific dessert]

Matcha Green Tea Shokupan Baby Turtle with Chocolate Dutch Crunch and White Chocolate Filling

Kyaraben (or chara-ben), a shortened form of character bento | JAPAN KAWAII BENTO FOOD

Would my future husband mind me packing his lunch like that. or I just wait for every April Fool's day.

Ozoni, a central dish for Japan's Oshogatsu holiday celebrated on the first day of the new year.

Ozoni Recipe

Oshogatsu is a Japanese holiday celebrated on the first of the year. Ozoni is the traditional dish. Ozoni is different depending on the region you are visiting!

For those unaccustomed to Japanese food, even the most common edibles may seem quite odd and, well, unappetizing, at first glance. The first time you saw monjayaki, did you not think it looked a little...weird? Of course, not all Japanese cuisine is unappealing to the eyes, but even the delicious-looking food is st ...

Fanny is raising funds for THE SNACK POSTER: A new creation inspired by Japanese food on Kickstarter! This Japanese snack poster introduces the real classic Japanese snacks and street food you will find in Japan.

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Sushi Art. One of the most fun blogs I've ever read!Try this with you rkids.

Playing with Your Food: Sushi Art

Sushi Art. One of the most fun blogs I've ever read!Try this with you rkids.

Osechi is arguably the most important meal of the year in Japan. Each dish is served as a symbol or wish for the coming year. Typically, colorful and beautiful dishes are packed in layers of lacquer boxes, called jubako. The kinds of osechi dishes prepared in households vary from region to region, which they have a special meaning celebrating the New Year.

Osechi ryōri is the traditional Japanese New Year’s cuisine. Osechi ryōri consists of several dozen elaborate dishes prepared in advance and served cold in layered lacquer boxes called jūbako.

Cha-Nô-Ka __ Japanese biscuits green tea cookie sandwiched with a white chocolate filling

Cha-Nô-Ka __ Japanese biscuits green tea cookie sandwiched with a white chocolate filling – called Cha No Ka.

Japanese traditional sweets typically served around winter/ new year season. Adzuki sweet bean sylup with sweet chestnuts, grilled and puffed up sticky rice cake are in a bowl. > Kitsch-en > flickr

Oshiruko お汁粉 Japanese traditional sweets typically served around winter/ new year season. Adzuki sweet bean sylup with sweet chestnuts, grilled and puffed up sticky rice cake are in a bowl.

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