From pressing sugar into hand-made molds to dancing on udon, here are some cooking classes in Shikoku you shouldn’t miss.
By Irdina Auni 4 min read
Get to know Japan’s many regional udon dishes from north to south.
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Get to know wakoucha, or Japanese black, for a smooth and mellow cup with many health benefits.
From tempura to salmon sushi, these seemingly traditional Japanese dishes actually came from overseas.
Learn about a Japanese summer dessert that traces back to the eighth century.
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Looking for recipes to spruce up that home kitchen? Here are 5 cooking classes around Japan, perfect for the aspiring cook of all levels.
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Don’t miss some of the best cold-season foods and ingredients Japan has to offer.