Did you know that November 24th is Washoku Day?On this day, Washoku was recognized by UNESCO as World Intangible Cultural Heritage, along with the subtitle of “ii nihonshoku” or “good Japanese food.” On November 24th, our college, as well as all m...
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Defining Washoku – Source: Tokyo College of Sushi and Washoku: The College Headmaster’s One-Dish Course Series.

Did you know that November 24th is Washoku Day?On this day, Washoku was recognized by UNESCO as World Intangible Cultural Heritage, along with the ...
As a self-described food-glutton, I love both Kitsune and Tanuki preparations. I usually order my soba with both the fried ingredients (Kitsune) and tenkasu (Tanuki). Some restaurants will call this “Mushina Soba,” or “Bakashi Ai Soba.”
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Let’s Talk About Soba and Udon – Source: Tokyo College of Sushi and Washoku: The College Headmaster’s One-Dish Course Series.

As a self-described food-glutton, I love both Kitsune and Tanuki preparations. I usually order my soba with both the fried ingredients (Kitsune) an...
As for me, I recommend eating natto with fish or vegetables, with an egg yolk mixed in. For the fish, I recommend tuna and squid; for the vegetables, I recommend using pickled radish, yams, cucumbers, or other vegetables with a crisp texture all c...
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Egg in Natto: Yes or No? ― Source: Tokyo College of Sushi and Washoku: The College Headmaster’s One-Dish Course Series.

As for me, I recommend eating natto with fish or vegetables, with an egg yolk mixed in. For the fish, I recommend tuna and squid; for the vegetable...
Did you know there are considerable differences between Kanto-style (Edo-style) and Kansai-style (Kamigata-style) Unagi Kabayaki? Firstly, the way the Unagi is sliced is not the same. In Kansai, the Unagi is cut into from its stomach, but in Kanto...
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Unagi Kabayaki – Source: Tokyo College of Sushi and Washoku: The College Headmaster’s One-Dish Course Series.

Did you know there are considerable differences between Kanto-style (Edo-style) and Kansai-style (Kamigata-style) Unagi Kabayaki? Firstly, the way ...
Do you all consider ramen as Washoku?The definition of Washoku is not one set in stone – meaning, there is no correct answer to this question. As for me, I think of ramen as a splendid part of Washoku culture.
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Is [Ramen] Washoku? – Source: Tokyo College of Sushi and Washoku: The College Headmaster’s One-Dish Course Series.

Do you all consider ramen as Washoku?The definition of Washoku is not one set in stone – meaning, there is no correct answer to this question. As f...