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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YUCa’s Japanese Cooking was featured by international (& my favorite) media – NHK World! 🇯🇵 🎉
NHK World is definitely one of my favorite media so I was so happy that they came to my private kitchen and interviewed me whole day! It was the 2nd longest filming session since after the one with Babble.com (by Disney) last summer. 🌴 That time, we created three recipe videos together. To watch those videos, please check here!
I appear on “Biz stream” section and this program will be broadcasted for coming three weeks! 😊 To watch this interview, please down their App or check here!
Actually, I talked a lot more during the interview like how I started this business, what’s the challenge, how I feel happy, future vision etc…maybe it’s too personal. But, no worries! I will share those stories for YOU as a surprise soon!
Day 4: Since my son is a BIG train lover, I took him to the travel town (while my husband working…!). We watched and took many photos in front of the trains made in USA We also tried a small train ride that runs there and enjoyed the scenery .
YUCa – Home Cooking Chef / Recipe Creator Coming from a family of farmers, she grew up consuming local grown food from northern part of Japan. Worked as a food writer in Toronto (CANADA) and New York (US), she came back to Tokyo and worked at a fermented food & vegetarian/vegan cuisine restaurant. Currently offers Japanese cooking classes mainly in Tokyo and teaches healthy cooking for guests from all over the world while creating more recipes. A mother of son and two toy poodles.