Have you ever tasted sesame dressing here in Japan? I realized many of my cooking class guests love this Japanese-style sesame dressing. In this video, I will introduce how to make Japanese-style sesame dressing. Yes, you can make from scratch! I am sure you can use food processor to sesame powder but if you want to try this special mortar and pestle, please check Japanese style mortar and pestle in our store page!
After the recipe video, I will show you one of my favorite place in Tokyo. I hope you like this area as well! Please enjoy the video and try it out. 🙂 Read More
Do you know Okonomiyaki? Okonomiyaki is a Japanese-style savory pancake. In Japan, we usually buy this Okonomiyaki sauce from supermarket. But I wonder if everyone can find this special sauce in their local supermarket.
In this video, I will introduce how to make Okonomiyaki Sauce. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we can make the sauce with using simple items in our kitchen? (I think so!) Please enjoy the video and try it out!
Do you know which noodle we use for Ramen? Yes, it’s egg noodles! In Japan, we usually buy egg noodles from supermarket but it would be nice to make noodles from scratch by yourself even with using machine.
In this video, I will introduce how to make the Egg noodles with using noodle machine made by Philips. My son (2 years old and is already ramen lover) joins this video. You will see how much he loves ramen… Please enjoy the video and try it out! Read More
Some of you might noticed but I hold Japanese cooking class in Tokyo. Many of my guests asked me about the leftover kelp after making Dashi soup stock/broth. I use leftover kelp and also bonito flakes to make other dishes. This time, I will show you one of the easy recipes that you can cook for your family. In this video, I will introduce how to make the Seasoned Kelp. My son (2 years old) will join this video with me. I am sure that just watching what he does while cooking is funny… Please enjoy the video and try it out!
So many of my cooking class guests ask me what famous Japanese sweets are. There are so many Japanese sweets here in Japan, but I think Strawberry Sponge Cake (what we call “Short-cake”) is iconic one. Obviously, it is well influenced by western culture but the texture of sponge cake and the whip cream is SO JAPANESE! Some of you may agree with me. In this video, I will introduce how to make Strawberry Sponge Cake. I usually bake this cake on my family members’ birthdays. Please try it out!
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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