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  1. This Lent, fall in love with Seafood LoverRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Beaumont Enterprise

    The seasons to indulge are over; we have set aside our idolatrous ways and humbly attempt to rid the bad habits that have kept us from becoming our best selves.


  2. William turned into samurai warlordRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Bicester Advertiser

    The Duke of Cambridge is dressed as a Samurai king during a visit to the set of a historical drama at NHK Public Broadcasting Studios on the third day of his visit to Japan. With a sword in his hand, a glittering helmet on his head and a regal tunic on his shoulders the Duke of Cambridge looked every inch a samurai warlord after visiting a TV studios.


  3. Shiro restaurant's fresh take on sushiRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Shiro restaurant's "crystal sushi" menu manages to update the Japanese cuisine without departing from what makes sushi popular, or going down that dreaded culinary road to disaster: fusion. Crystal sushi is created by placing handcrafted slivers of flavoured jelly, made fresh each morning, on top of traditional sushi, giving an extra zing to staples such as fatty salmon and yellowtail.


  4. Omotenashi - Japanese hospitality?Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    As the Tokyo 2020 Bid Committee's appointed "Cool Tokyo" ambassador, multilingual television journalist Christel Takigawa set media buzzing worldwide with her Sept. 7, 2013, speech to the International Olympic Committee in Buenos Aires in which she made great play of the word " motenashi" by attaching the honorific prefix "o" and enunciating it slowly as "o-mo-te-na-shi."


  5. A Night for Discussion "Japanese Cuisine" and "Traditional Vegetables"Read the original story

    23 hrs ago | The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan

    In 2013, "Japanese cuisine" was added to the UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list in recognition of Japan's diverse food culture. This comes from Japan's rich natural environment and regional characteristics, and has brought Japanese cuisine into the international spotlight, attracting considerable interest.


  6. Tohoku - " where Japan's past and present co-existRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Star Online

    TRAVELLING north to Japan's Tohoku region in the middle of winter might seem like the perfect opportunity to turn into a popsicle but, as I discovered, it is well worth a visit there in early January, as there is more to see than just the snow. On arrival in Tokyo's Haneda airport, we were met by our guide Toshihiro Kamba who gave us a quick history lesson on the region before we set off for Sakata City in Yamagata, the first stop on a trip that would see us traverse Japan and get a glimpse of the country's east and west coasts.


  7. Lantern Festival party planner, CNY spring festival games, crafts, recipes, funRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    Taiwan's annual lantern festival gets underway. Once the official ceremony is over, it's time for the beehive firecrackers.


  8. Intro Gets High Marks from Nagrant; Sula Says Formento's Takes "Puzzling" LibertiesRead the original story

    Friday | Eater

    Intro is off to a good start with CJ Jacobson's menu that's a " refreshing and focused alternative to your usual four-hour-stomach-busting multi-course extravaganzas ." The new Lettuce Entertain You restaurant's concept kicks off with the Top Chef star and Michael Nagrant enjoys the rustic, locally foraged cuisine.


  9. Opening Report: Harry's Velvet Room Returns; Another Food Truck Finds a Home; MoreRead the original story

    Friday | Eater

    Check out the food menu below. Status : Opening tonight. 1480 W. Webster Ave. 2) TRI-TAYLOR- La Adelita is latest food truck to go brick-and-mortar, reportedly opening Jarabe , a counter-service taco and torta spot, on Sunday.


  10. Kitchen Towels Look Like Sushi RollsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Technabob.com

    These kitchen towels that look like sushi when rolled up would be a cute addition to your decor. They are the creation of Jenny Pokryvailo , the designer who also brought us the Nessie ladle .


  11. Domain Chandon: Try the wine with calamariRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Canada Online Explorer

    It's best not to be hungry when you taste with California winemaker Tom Tiburzi. The head of sparkling winemaking at Domaine Chandon in Napa for more than 20 years, he's quick to mention dishes that would work magically with the wines he makes that are sure to inspire an appetite.


  12. Chef George MacEwan To Lead Two Ten Jack's Warehouse Row RestaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Chattanoogan.com

    ... Ten Jack's izakaya concept as a patron. Now he said he is eager to introduce Chattanooga to a new kind of Japanese cuisine and dining experience from the kitchen. "I've never encountered this level of energy, detail and authentic inspiration for ...


  13. Harmony of the Seas mega-ship is on course to be world's largestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Los Angeles Times

    You could spend your whole day going up and down three waterslides that spiral down 10 decks on the upcoming Harmony of the Seas cruise ship from Royal Caribbean International. The cruise line on Wednesday announced features of the ship that's scheduled to make its debut in April 2016.


  14. 6 Wasabi Dishes That Will Spice Up Your Winter Dinner MenuRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Wall St. Cheat Sheet

    Thanks to the popularity of sushi in the U.S., most Americans know what wasabi is. The green paste that often accompanies a sushi roll has a distinct taste and texture, and it can clear your sinuses in no time.


  15. Domain Chandon: Try the wine with calamari or oystersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The London Free Press

    It's best not to be hungry when you taste with California winemaker Tom Tiburzi. The head of sparkling winemaking at Domaine Chandon in Napa for more than 20 years, he's quick to mention dishes that would work magically with the wines he makes that are sure to inspire an appetite.


  16. NTT Docomo Shoots Out Another High-Speed - Cooking' AdRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WSJ Media and Advertising

    Now the company is back with the second installment of the web-only ad series, this time "cooking" a gyoza dumpling in an even shorter time. The "Three-Second Cooking" commercial released Thursday by NTT Docomo advertises its new "premium 4G" ultra-fast data service.


  17. Videos Introduce Japanese Culture; First Theme is "Izakaya"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Kyoto Shimbun News

    ... Life Kyoto" and selected "Japanese Sake and Shochu culture" as the first theme. Against the backdrop of the Japanese cuisine boom, the video is set in an "Izakaya," or Japanese pub, a subject of high interest among foreigners. It succinctly ...


  18. Restaurant review: Umi in Winter ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | OrlandoSentinel.com

    Umi Japanese restaurant is the latest eatery to take up residence on the Rollins College edge of Park Avenue. The emphasis is on elegant sushi and sashimi as well as fusion fare from a robata grill.


  19. Fresh FishRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Coast Magazine

    For anyone who loves sushi, as I do, we've got it good here. Nowhere else in the United States not New York, not San Francisco, nowhere comes even remotely close to the quality of sushi widely available in Southern California.


  20. 15 Mighty Fine Japanese Pubs in Los AngelesRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Eater

    When we think of Japanese food in Los Angeles, the first food stuff we think of is sushi or ramen . The izakaya trend left almost as soon as it came, with a myriad of closures following the initial boom in the mid-aughts.