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BEST 5 Popular Sandwich In Japan

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In this video, I present a ranking of the BEST 5 most popular sandwiches here in Japan. What are the selected five menu items? Please take a guess!

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Japanese Kitchen Tools :

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One of the most delicious summer foods is shaved ice with shaved ice shavings. In Japan this year, shaved ice coated with fresh cream and topped with fruit to resemble shortcake is very popular. Shaved ice stores offering shaved ice made with natural ice to make it fluffy have long lines of customers every day. This shaved ice machine is convenient for those who want to eat it at home. Since it is an automatic type, shaved ice can be made simply by pulling the lever on the right side toward you.

How To Store Peach

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It’s time to enjoy Peaches! Peach fruits is mainly composed of carbohydrates. They are also high in the dietary fiber pectin, which helps to cleanse the intestines and relieve fatigue. If you eat it right away, store in the fridge for 2 to 3 hours before eating to preserve the sweetness.

Kid-Friendly Japanese Food : vol.100

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Menu:
– Miso soup with wheat gluten, wakame and spring onion
– Natto oyaki
– Grilled salmon
– Anmitsu

Tonjiru (Pork Miso Soup)

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Tonjiru is one of the comfort food here in Japan. Ton means pork and Shiru (Jiru) means soup. Traditional miso soup usually contains 2-3 ingredients only. But from the photo, you’ll see there are so many veggies in this soup. So, you will be full easily just to eat this Tonjiru.

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Japanese Kitchen Tools : Rice Measuring Cup

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The lightweight cup for Japanese rice is 1 cup (180 ml) and it is called “1 合(Ichi Gou)”. The key to cooking good rice is not to wash the rice too much. Soak the rice once in water, then discard it and stir it without water. A milky, starchy liquid will come out, which is then poured off. Repeat this two or three times until the water becomes slightly clear. Then cook the rice in a regular Japanese lightweight cup with 200 ml of water per cup.

◎ About this kitchen tool ◎
Rice Measuring Cup : 米用計量カップ (Saibashi)
https://amzn.to/3QXf7aT  (Overseas)
https://amzn.to/3BlFmlG (in Japan) 

How To Store Apple

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Apples, in season from fall to winter, are a fruit rich in fructose and glucose. In addition, apple pectin, a type of dietary fiber, proliferates lactic acid bacteria. The basic method of storing apples is to wrap them in paper towels and store them at room temperature, but we will introduce a refrigerated method of storing apples that can be used for up to three months.

BEST 5 Popular Japanese Breakfast Menu

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In this video, I present a ranking of the BEST 5 most popular Japanese breakfast menu items here in Japan. What are the selected five menu items?

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Japanese Kitchen Tools : Measuring Cup

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Measuring cups are useful for anything. Japanese measuring cups have a standard maximum capacity of 200 ml, so please keep this in mind when preparing Japanese dishes. In this video, I used a measuring cup to make mentsuyu (Japanese noodle soup). This soup is a bit thick, so please dilute it with water or hot water to your liking. It can be used as a sauce for noodle dishes such as udon, soba, and somen, as well as for simmered dishes, etc. It is very versatile, so please try making it!

About this kitchen tool 
Japanese Measuring Cup : 計量カップ
https://amzn.to/3B866G2 (Overseas)
https://amzn.to/3xDkPrD (in Japan)

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