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Time for tofu

Long a healthy staple in Japanese cuisine, bean curd is tasty and nutritious, even for meat eaters! Touted as a super food that is as rich in nutrients as it is in history, tofu, or bean curd, ...

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  • Hot Off the Grill

    Can you “eel” it? Grilled unagi is fast gaining popularity in Singapore, with three speciality restaurants vying for the top spot. [caption id="attachment_4374" align="alignleft" width="770"] Left:...

  • Bring Home a Piece of Komatsu

    From pretty ceramics to delicious jams, these are the souvenirs you’ll want to share with family and friends....

  • Indulge Your Senses

    Whether you appreciate ceramics, nature or even vintage cars, you will have lots to do in Komatsu City....

  • A City of Many Faces

    If you visit the city of Komatsu, you’ll meet the positive-minded Kabukky. Kabukky who? It’s not a real person but is the city’s cartoon mascot dressed in traditional Kabuki garments—those of the char...

  • Savour every Flavour

    Sweet, spicy or clean tasting—Komatsu City has something for every appetite....

  • Food for the Soul

    Kushikatsu may have humble origins, but this beloved Osaka street snack is now given a gourmet twist by these three inventive chefs. Left: Ginza Kushi-Katsu / Center: Ginza Rokukakutei Singapore ...

  • Appetite for distinction

    A fantastic array of local gastronomic treats cooked in ingenious ways awaits the gourmet in Tokushima....

  • Tasty travels around Tokushima

    Flying into Tokushima affords a bird’s eye view over the distinctive geography of this easternmost prefecture of Shikoku island, where idyllic pastoral scenes of rivers, bridges and fields carpeted wi...

  • Living off the Land

    Ajourney through eastern Shikoku is as colourful as anywhere in Japan. The people of Tokushima respect their land and water, and take full advantage of its produce. All through the year, plants are co...

  • Out with the old, in with the New

    Usher in a new year like the Japanese do – with lots of delicious food and spiced sake in the company of loved ones and friends. For the Japanese, New Year’s Day—or Shogatsu—is probably the mos...

  • Keepsakes from Tokushima

    The abundant agricultural produce and craftwares of eastern Shikoku make for a bounty of desirable souvenirs...

  • Beautiful sights of Tokushima

    Beautiful sights of Tokushima...