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  • Yamaguchi’s Finest

    You can get great food everywhere you go in Japan, but you’d truly be missing out if you don’t take the chance to sample some regional specialties. For the best of what Yamaguchi prefecture has to off...

  • Bring Home a Piece of Yamaguchi

    These gifts and souvenirs will mean so much more once you find out more about the stories behind them....

  • Cook a Pot of Rice

    Rice is such a staple in our everyday diet – but have you ever stopped to think about what goes into cooking this humble grain? In every Asian kitchen, from generations ago, there has always been a...

  • Rolling With Sushi Masters

    With the increasing popularity of sushi joints here, it’s no news that Singaporeans are a sushi-eating bunch. But what is it about sushi that makes it an islandwide favourite? And how do you tell a go...

  • Into The Minds Of Masters

    Ramen may not be an indigenous Japanese dish, but the versatility of the dish has spawned many outstanding creations. We speak to three Ramen masters – Kenji Tsukada, Shigemi Kawahara and Keisuke Take...

  • A Cut Above The Rest

    Taking Japanese cuisine to the next level, these machines not only help restaurant owners achieve efficiency but also maintain quality culinary standards that Japan is world-renowned for. ©jnto ...

  • Seasons Feasting

    Touted as a culinary paradise all year round, Japan's finest seasonal offerings promise to tantalise. Think of Japanese fare and sushi immediately comes to mind. While the renowned dish has become sy...

  • A Harmony of Flavours

    Japanese cuisine is grounded in five distinct flavours – sugar, salt, vinegar, soy sauce and miso – and the Japanese believe the order in which these seasonings are added to the dish can enhance the t...

  • WAGYU Recipe

    Yahata-maki Original Yahata-maki is burdock, formerly a local specialty in Yahata area of Kyoto, which was rolled inside eel or loach meat. However, beef is popular for use in home cooking. Tender be...

  • CHEF JANICE WONG / A Flavour Bomb

    “I visit Japan about three times a year – always for work, though. When I’m there, I like to visit the markets to absorb the culture and find some inspiration for my food. This dessert here –...

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    We have special benefits for OISHII members in Singapore! ★TOMI SUSHI 100S$voucher (1 person) 【Application method】 Send an email to lucky@mediajapan.sg with the following details by 8th M...