Japanese People Are Reviving a 1,000-Year-Old Dish Because of Coronavirus
The cheese-like dessert known as so (蘇) was a delicacy during the Asuka period (538-710 AD) and the Heian period (795-1185).
The Tempura Flakes on Sushi Rolls Are Spontaneously Combusting and Starting Fires
Two sushi restaurants in Wisconsin have caught on fire since April, and investigators believe that both incidents were caused by tempura "crunch".
Japan's Psychedelic Baker Turns Bread into Astrological Art and Drinks Immortality Cider
"There are a lot of connections between the world of yeast and the universe," says Junpei Katsumi of Paradise Alley Bread & Co.
Meet the 21-Year-Old Running an Omakase Restaurant in His Dorm Room
Kitsanin Thanyakulsajja—currently a university student in Amsterdam—serves a multi-course Japanese tasting menu of grilled scallops, marinated salmon caviar, and langoustine.