In our classroom, my husband put a new shelf under the TV. So, I decorated my favorite travel guides and cookbooks as well as “Maneki-neko” (Beckoning cat / good-luck cat). So inspiring!
The height of those shelves are the same as of those in my kitchen.
Can you see that? What a good design!
Under the shelf, we put a giant sake barrel from Tatenokawa sake company. So COOL!!! Tatenokawa is a premium sake company from Yamagata prefecture. Yamagata prefecture is located in the northern part of Japan, which makes amazing clear water and sake rice. For more about Tatenokawa and their premium sake products, please check their website here !
The third (and maybe the last in this series) family cooking video with Disney Babble.com has published!
In this video, I introduce a Japanese-style sweet rice balls called “Ohagi” !!
Enjoy the recipe video and try it out for your family and/or for yourself.
Next family cooking video with Disney Babble.com has just published!
In this video, I introduce a Japanese-style savory pancake called “Okonomiyaki” !!
In addition, I wore a casual kimono called Yukata and danced at the summer festival.
Enjoy the recipe video and try it out!
The family cooking video with Disney Babble.com was released just now!
I had two days filming session with amazing crews last month here in my cooking studio!I introduce four recipes which is easy, so please and healthy for your family. 😉 In this video, I introduce two of them! Enjoy!!!
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Recently, I hold the private class for the guests from Holland. They are planning to open their Ramen shop and serve Matcha desserts for sweets menu. (Amazing!!!) Since they have a strong passion and strategy for opening the new shop, we communicated often to plan the menus in advance.
In this class, I taught how to make Matcha cheesecake, Warabi Mochi, Matcha Roll cake, Walnut Daifuku Mochi, White & Yomogi Mochi to make Anmitsu (Japanese style parfait). I also introduced how to make Kanten (Jelly made of Agar agar), Matcha Ice cream, Matcha syrup, Milk syrup and red bean paste. It takes 2 hours to make all of them but I was pretty happy to complete it!
If you are interested in Matcha class or Japanese sweets class, please send me a message via contact form! I am always happy to help you!