- Low Carb Diet
- Low Sodium Diet
- Gluten Free Diet
- Vegetarian Diet
- Kosher Diet
- Halal Diet
Thing get really complicated. Most meals (dining out) in Japan are very balanced but they do not make much changes. What I mean is that restaurants do not usually accept any dietary requests.
It is a brand of Japanese Sake.
It iOS one of the sake brands that is easier to find here in the US than in Japan.
If you have tried this sake before, you should really tray it.
It is easy to make once you have ingredients.
I have been there only once.
It does not feel like you are in Japan.
This is very often used by Japanese people when they meet for the first time.
What is this mean?
The easiest way to understand this phrase are
"Please take it easy on me."
"Please take care of me."
"Please be nice to me."
This is a good video.
To get good Unajyu, you need to spend 3 ~ 5,000 Yen in Japan.
Una = Unagi (EEL)
Jyu = Jyubako (BOX)
It comes in BOX ... If it comes in a bowl, it will be called UnaDon instead of UnaJyu.
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After Google Translate
Google Translate has evolved quite a bit. It is now making sense ... But for commercial use, you should still consult with Japanese native speakers. If you need a translation help. We can recommend translators.
They are cleaned and inspected by the driver everyday before they leave garage.
Next time you go to Japan, please take a look at buses to if they are clean.
This is amazing how much has changed.
But there are already a lot of people there.
You hear "いらっしゃいませ" at 3:10 into this video.
This sounds just like current days.
I don't know if it was from 100 years ago.
If you would like to eat something ... You name the dish you want to eat and add "Tabetai" or "Tabetai Desu" at the end.
Kare- Tabetaidesu カレー (Curry) 食べたいです。
Tonkatsu Tabetaidesu とんかつ (Pork Katsu) 食べたいです。
Yasai Tabetaidesu 野菜（Vegitables）食べたいです。
If you want to drink something, instead of Tabetai ... You say Nomitai 飲みたい.
Bi-Ru Nomitaidesu. ビール (Beer) 飲みたいです。
They are the third largest clothing retailers in the world after Zara and GAP.
What you see above is Bonsai 盆栽.
This is good tasting.
I ate those at Airport Lounge.
Omusubi is the best.
In Japan, (red) beans are cooked with sugar to make sweet paste.
So, when I came to the US and tasted salty beans, it was difficult to adopt.
Many of Japanese sweets are rice (mochi / rice cake) and sweet red means.
Do you like any of them?
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Today, I want to talk about “食欲の秋 (shokuyoku-no-aki).” “食欲 (shoku-yoku)” means appetite, and “秋 (aki)” is fall. So the phrase literally means “Fall (is the season) for appetite.” In other words, fall is the best season to enjoy food!
Here is an example:
I ate too much, but fall is the best season to enjoy food… so it’s alright.
We have some other phrases using “〜の秋” besides 食欲の秋.
読書の秋 (dokusho-no-aki)：fall is the best season for reading
スポーツの秋：fall is the best season for sports
Hope everyone enjoys the fall :)
What you should know about Shinjyuku.
In 1903, Japanese artist Mori Yuzan’s wave designs were published in a resource guide for Japanese craftsmen looking to add aquatic motifs to their wares.
What's not included amazes me.
(1) Alcohol Free (Completely 0% ... not 0.5%)
(2) No Calorie (Like a diet Coke ... No Calorie)
(3) No Sugar (Are you diabetic ... This has no sugar)
It really taste like a beer.
Also, if I am not mistaken, minor can buy this.
Except for some typhoons ...
紅葉 Kouyou is the term used to describe leaves turning red.