No traditional Japanese table setting would be complete without it: Miso Soup. Its origin is said to date back to the Kamakura Period. Miso is a staple Japanese ingredient regarded with pride as a fermented food. Created by fermenting protein-dens...
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Miso Soup ― Source: Tokyo College of Sushi and Washoku -- The College Headmaster's One-Dish Course Series

No traditional Japanese table setting would be complete without it: Miso Soup. Its origin is said to date back to the Kamakura Period. Miso is a st...
Via the link below, you can find an article we compiled with information about transferring your career abroad. But this time, we will be focusing on a specific item required when applying for your work visa: **【Certificate of Enrollment】**
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Transfering Careers Abroad - About Certificates of Enrollment

Via the link below, you can find an article we compiled with information about transferring your career abroad. But this time, we will be focusing ...
As a child, our family breakfasts consisted of white rice and miso soup, always paired with tsukemono. My favorite of which being hakusai-tsuke (pickled Chinese cabbage). On winter mornings, I would take the pickled cabbage lightly doused in soy s...
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O-Tsukemono – Source: Tokyo College of Sushi and Washoku -- The College Headmaster's One-Dish Course Series

As a child, our family breakfasts consisted of white rice and miso soup, always paired with tsukemono. My favorite of which being hakusai-tsuke (pi...
Hello. My name is Kuramoto and I’m a team member here at Washokujob.Today, I’d like to offer all of our users some tips about transferring jobs abroad.First and foremost, in order to legally work abroad, you will need a in that specific country.
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~ To all our users seeking to change their careers ~

Hello. My name is Kuramoto and I’m a team member here at Washokujob.Today, I’d like to offer all of our users some tips about transferring jobs abr...
Welcome back to the Sushi Diaries. In Volume 1, we left off on the topic of Kawafuku -- the first sushi restaurant in America, opened in 1966. Their sushi menu consisted of more traditional Japanese nigiri sushi and sashimi, but in today’s America...
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The Sushi Diaries Vol. 2: Sushi, Burritos, Donuts, Oh My!

Welcome back to the Sushi Diaries. In Volume 1, we left off on the topic of Kawafuku -- the first sushi restaurant in America, opened in 1966. Thei...