31 December and 1 January mark a major festival in Japan: osechi-ryōri. It involves eating a wide variety of traditional delicacies – and they’re foods that you can prepare yourself at home.
Oven-fresh foods indulge all the senses – they’re hot, savoury, deliciously aromatic and taste absolutely fabulous. The long cooking time really brings out the fine aromas of all the spices and seasonings.
Soups and stews are more than just starters. They are warming, filling and wholesome meals that are so versatile they’ll never go out of fashion. Especially in the cold season they are very popular.
Kikkoman soy sauce gives all Christmas dishes a special UMAMI kick - find out how!
Christmas is definitely the most indulgent dining season of the year. Visit Kikkoman’s recipe world for festive food inspiration.
Thinly sliced beef, Chinese cabbage, carrots, mushrooms and other kinds of vegetables are all ingredients of Japanese shabu-shabu, a fondue-style dish made with stock.
Cooking traditional fondue shabu-shabu style is quite simple. Kikkoman has put together three fantastic recipes for this European classic with a Japanese twist.
Japan’s traditional cuisine is called Washoku. It's very closely associated with the country’s culture and philosophy, and it has even been accorded world cultural heritage by UNESCO.
Do you know your noodles? Have you heard of SOBA, UDON and RAMEN? And what about SHIRATAKI? Read on to discover more!
Typical Italian ingredients such as Parmesan cheese, dried tomatoes, mushrooms and anchovies all share a certain feature: umami, a special full-bodied flavour. So why not combine it with umami soy sauce?
Japas are fantastic-tasting bite-sized delicacies. These Japanese tapas are either original Japanese foods or inspired by traditional Japanese cuisine.
Just like the Japanese cuisine the Mexican cuisine is recognized by UNESCO as an intangible world cultural heritage. And both complement each other surprisingly well.