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Ring in New Year’s with the Asahi Blog!

With New Years coming up on us again, it’s time to take a look back at the Asahi Blog’s Oshogatsu (お正月) series!

When it comes to New Years in Japan, food is very important, as we talked about in our blogs: 120 more words

Japanese Strawberry Mochi - Ichigo Daifuku (いちご大福, 草莓大福)


Sticky rice or glutinous rice are very common in Asian cuisines. The rice was grinded into flour to make varieties of cakes and sweets.. Chinese have cakes that made from glutinous rice flour like Hainanese E-bua, tortoise longevity cake, tang yuans and etc.; Malay have kuih koci, ondeh ondeh etc. 825 more words


Yen Sushi & Sake Bar

The several weeks ago my mother accompanied me to a very important meeting. On the way home we stopped at Yen Sushi & Sake Bar… 189 more words


Sake Ceremony & Mochi Pounding Events for New Year at Japan Centre

New Year will be soon upon us again and that means it’s time for some traditional Japanese celebrations! New Year, called Shōgatsu in Japanese is one of the most important festivals of the year with plenty of tasty food and drink, as well as a fantastic variety of interesting customs. 314 more words


Two Good Things

In an effort to appreciate as much as possible post-accident, I thought I’d share a few good things I came across this weekend. The first, Red Bean Mochi Green Tea Ice Cream from… 24 more words


Mochi năm mới

Nếu ở nhà cứ gần đến Tết là lại thấy những nồi bánh chưng lửa phập phùng suốt đêm thì ở Nhật, một trong những món ăn không thể thiếu là mochi. 894 more words

Quanh Góc Bếp

#240 More Mochi

Uke Mochi of Mochi Styles & Sweet as Honey Designs passed me a bloggers pack with two pairs of her latest shoes. I love Uke’s stuff, sometimes it’s a little off the wall (thinking back to the Stephanie Barbed Wire Heels featured… 265 more words