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!
It’s always fun to discover local ramen shops in Tokyo. But this time, I found delicious ramen shop in my neighborhood. Lucky! The name of the shop is “Tsukemen Marubun”. I am sure some of you may know already but Tsukemen means dipping ramen. This shop is specialty tsukemen restaurant and located in a residential area in Arakawa ward. Read More
It’s hard to find tasty salt ramen shop since the salt flavor soup is so light and delicate. Also it should be well harmonized with various ingredients especially seafood. So I always feel excited to taste salt ramen everywhere. The other day, my family and I found the speciality salt ramen shop at the Ramen street in Tokyo station. Waiting outside of the shop for half an hour, we could finally enter. (Yes, you have to queue most of the time to taste famous ramen.)
This time, it’s about my family trip to Wakayama prefecture. In this video, I will introduce what we did in the Day 2 and 3. We visited Wakayama to understand the world of Japanese plums. Enjoy the trip with us!
Since my son doesn’t eager to eat vegetables, I always try to create/arrange new recipes for him. The other day, I introduced this croquette on my Instagram’s story video and some of my followers are interested in this recipe. So, I decided to share today! This is arranged version of croquette recipe with various vegetables inside. I use tofu and ground chicken to add some protein this time but you can also add cheese, tempe etc. As for coating, I used Japanese dry baked wheat gluten. You can use normal Panko (bread crumbs) of course. Please try it out! Read More
In this video, I introduce how to make Japanese-style chicken broth. This broth is perfect for making Ramen which I usually teach in my cooking class in Tokyo. I’ve also put “Soy sauce based Ramen“, “Seasoned Egg” and “Egg noodles” recipe videos before. Please don’t forget to check them as well!