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Tempura is a representative Japanese food. It is as renowned worldwide as other Japanese foods. However, cooking Tempura is difficult, requiring high skills. Today we are going to tell you the basics and tips for how to cook delicious Tempura. It would be wonderful if you can eat Tempura at home anytime in your life!
For Japanese people, delicious rice is a minimum requirement for satisfactory meals. However, cooking delicious rice is not that simple. Today we are going to introduce “Hario Induction Rice Cooker Casserol”, with which everyone can cook delicious rice. Would you like to enjoy fluffy and freshly cooked rice?
In Japan, bamboo serving plates (“Bonzaru” in Japanese) have been used since ancient times for draining or drying food materials, serving food, etc. They are a very convenient tool that can be used for multiple purposes. Today we are going to show you how to select and use Bonzaru. Would you like to get a natural bamboo Bonzaru made in Sado as your new cooking partner?
In hot summer, you would want to stay cool with cold food. Tokoroten, a representative Japanese summer food,  is shredded gelidium jelly. Today we are going to tell how to make authentic Tokoroten with Tentsuki (Tokoroten cutter). Let's enjoy summer in Japanese style with Tokoroten and Tentsuki!
Do you like Soba noodles? Soba is one of the most popular Japanese food and getting even more and more popularity abroad in recent years.  Today we are going to introduce how to have “Sobayu”,  the hot water in which Soba noodles have been boiled and which contains lots of nutrition. Let’s fully enjoy the attraction of Soba by having Sobayu!
There are various kinds of liquor including brewed liquor, distilled liquor and mixed liquor. Liquor is an important culture reflecting local customs and history. Today we are going to introduce Nihonshu, a traditional Japanese liquor and show its profound world. Why don’t you step in there to experience authentic Nihonshu firsthand and trace the history and tradition of Nihonshu?
In Japan, there is a custom of eating eels on a day of the ox (called “Ushinohi”). This custom dates back to the Edo Period and it is actually effective to prevent summer heat. Let’s spend the midsummer day of ox with authentic Japanese style!
Shaved ice is a typical sweet that is often served at food stands of summer festivals or souvenir shops at tourist spots. However, it is also made at home. Today we are going to show you how to use a shaved ice machine, “Ikenaga Black Swan Shaved Ice Machine”.  Let’s enjoy this summer in Japanese style!
In Japan, Ume (Japanese plums) hit store shelves between May and July. Not a few people are waiting for the Ume season to make Umeshu (plum liquor). Based on how to make Umeshu, today we are going to introduce a recipes of fruit liquor and Ume syrup.
Dashi (soup broth) is an important element in Japanese cuisine, and learning how to make dashi is the first step for Japanese chefs. Today we are going to show you how to make dashi, which can be the core of Japanese cuisine. Why don’t you learn the basics of Japanese dashi and find your best one?
TSUKI and YUKI are tableware originated from Japanese traditional culture and made of roof tiles (Kawara in Japanese).  They feature unique color, stylish design and even good functionality. They have earned high reputation worldwide and received various awards. Would you like to get the sophisticated tableware originated from Japanese traditional culture and techniques?
Yasuda Kawara is a type of roof tile that has been widely used and familiar to Japanese culture and life. For its functionality and design, it can be also used for serving Japanese cuisine, providing it with gorgeous looks. Would you like to get one as tableware for special events or celebrations?
Sushi is an art of food created by skilled professionals. It is believed it takes so many years to learn how to make sushi .  However, it doesn’t mean only professionals can make sushi. As the recipe is actually simple, you can enjoy it in your own way. Today we are going to introduce basics of making sushi.
Radish garnish called “Tsuma” is essential for most Japanese representative fish dishes including sashimi. It takes a lot of time to learn cutting skills with knife, but with Katsuramuki Peeler S Turning Slicer, anyone can cut Tsuma easily and quickly. It would be helpful either for restaurant use or home use.
Tamagoyaki is so common and an important element of Japanese cuisine. Today we would like to show you how to cook fluffy and juicy Tamagoyaki. With a Tamagoyaki pan, anyone can cook authentic Tamagoyaki easily. Why don’t you give it a try?
Japanese tea is now popular all over the world.  There are various types of Japanese tea. “Sayama Tea” is one of top 3 Japanese tea. Today we would like to introduce Sayama Tea from Saitama Prefecture and demonstrate how to brew tasty tea.
Japan has had its own tea culture since ancient times and even now a lot of people love drinking tea. Today we would like to introduce two differentiated teaware, Tetsukyusu (iron teapot) and Tetsubin (iron kettle) and explain their features and tips for use.
In Japan, there is a unique charcoal grill called “Shichirin”. It has been used at home or restaurants since before. Shichirin can even optimize flavors of the ingredients and make them more delicious. Would you like to experience authentic BBQ with a wonderful Japanese cooking tool?
Today we are going to introduce a recipe of authentic Oyakodon (Chicken and Egg rice bowl). Oyakodon pan is a must for cooking Oyakodon. When cooking Oyakodon, in principle, one serving is cooked at a time.  Also, heat control is a key. Let’s cook authentic Oyakodon with Oyakodon pan!
What we introduce today is “HAREKUTANI”, a modern Kutani ware designed by combining traditional Kutani ware and modern lifestyle. The design is not only cute but also a good match with various kinds of dishes. They will add some playfulness to your table. Let’s brighten your table with modern unique Kutani ware!
There are lots of food that represent Japan, but in fact Onigiri is the most common food in Japanese people’s life. Today we would like to introduce how to make Onigiri using Onigiri molds. If you just have a Onigiri mold, you can enjoy various tastes of Onigiri by adding your touch. Let's give it a try!
In Japan, where there are clearly four seasons – spring, summer, autumn and winter, you can see seasonal flowers throughout the year. Today we would like to show you flower languages of seasonal flowers. Each flower has different meanings or concepts. Let’s send your messages or feelings with appropriate flower motifs!
Sharpening knives is important not only for stress-free, pleasant and delicious cooking but also for safety. Today we are going to introduce an amazing sharpener that can easily sharpen knives without particular skills. Why don’t you get this amazing sharpener to no longer get bothered with dull knives!
Do you like waffles? Do you know that waffles taste best when freshly baked? Today we are going to introduce a homemade waffle recipe. If you have a waffle iron, you can enjoy freshly baked waffles at home any time. Let's give it a try!
Sakura is a national flower in Japan, representing the sign of spring, start of life, dawn, or hopes. Today we will introduce tableware with Sakura motifs. The crossover of the Japanese symbolic flower, Sakura and Japanese traditional craftwork, Kutani Ware represents the Japanese crafting souls. Let’s check them out!

Have you ever got through hassles in boiling eggs? Eggs are rich in nutrients and eaten in various dishes all over the world. Using convenient egg tools will certainly reduce your stress in cooking. Let’s enjoy cooking various egg dishes by using Microwave Egg Boiler and Egg Cutter!

Speaking of Easter, rabbits symbolize prolificacy and eggs symbolize the origin of life, and both are believed to represent fertility. Today we are going to introduce how Japanese people believe rabbits bring good luck and use rabbit motifs as lucky charm. Let’s get rabbit teaware and celebrate  Easter in Japanese style!
In Japan, there is a fish-shaped waffle called “Taiyaki”. It is made by baking waffle batter with filling inside. The most common filling is sweet red bean paste. Taiyaki imitates the shape of "Tai" (sea bream) , which is believed to bring a good luck. We will show you a simple Taiyaki recipe!
How wonderful would it be if you can prepare fish without hassles? We will introduce an ideal tool, “fish scaler”. By using a fish scaler, you can remove scales more certainly, quickly and safely without worrying about getting injuries. Let’s get one as your cooking partner!
Chef apprentices or students of cooking school would know how troublesome carrying knives is. There is a convenient and safe knife bag that can solve all these frustrations. The Tojiro knife bag is made of cotton and polyester, it is more stab-resistant and stain-proof as well as breathable and washable.

“Omoeraku” is a brand representing the Japanese “spirit” to value the tradition passed down through generations. Omoeraku is aiming to appreciate Japanese traditional culture and food culture and to develop new tools that help people in modern era. Why don’t you send your feelings with Omoeraku gifts to your beloved people?

Japanese people are keen about praying to God or Making a wish and believe in superstitions to bring good luck. Those superstitions or lucky charms are even used for gifts, celebrations, or weddings. We are going to introduce good traditional fortune items that have sophisticated design and elegant color.

We would like to introduce a glass with a motif of Mt. Fuji, which is ideal for celebrations. Mt. Fuji has been a landmark symbolizing Japan and thought as a lucky motif. The glass looks like Mt. Fuji when facing it down. If you drink sake with this good fortune glass, nothing will be better!
Otoshibuta is a dropping lid to put over ingredients. It prevents ingredients being overcooked to fall apart as well as make them absorb seasonings or soup. It is a cooking tool reflecting Japanese spirit of being particular about the details.
Magma Plates feature a fine uneven structure of the surface inside and outside. This structure can enlarge surface area to absorb more heat. As a result, it provides high heat conductivity so that it can keep flavor of the ingredients inside them. If you are interested in the attraction of cooking with iron pans, you should try Magma Plate pans. You would fall into its good functionality and convenience.
How would you enjoy meals? We would enjoy meals by tasting (in mouth), smelling (with nose) and watching (with eyes). This time we would like to show you “Kazarigiri (decorative cutting)” that represents chef’s fine techniques and creative senses.
We would like to introduce cookie cutters to make the Candy House that appears in a Grimm Fairy Tale, By using house-shaped and fir tree-shaped cutters, you can easily make an edible diorama. Let’s make a Candy House you’ve been dreaming of, and have the best Christmas with your family!
“Crushing ingredients” is one of essential cooking techniques. We would like to introduce Suribachi and Surikogi (Japanese mortar and pestle) that have been used since establishment of Japanese cuisine.
People might often use bowls in the kitchen. We would like to introduce such a convenient 3 way bowl. As its name represents, it is a bowl that plays 3 roles ― wash, soak, drain. To be more specific, wash rice, soak it in the water, and drain it. The 3 way bowl can do all these things!

Sushi is extremely popular worldwide! For those who think making sushi at home is a little too hard, making rolled sushi with a sushi rolling mat (called Makisu) and mould. With Makisu, anyone can make professional rolled sushi! Why don’t you hold a party with Japanese comfort food?

This time we would like to tell you about “Machi”, a joint of blade of Japanese knives. In terms of structure, Machi is an essential part of Japanese knives, and because of Machi, we can adjust the knives to fit in hand more comfortably. Learning about Machi might enable you to handle Japanese knives better.
In Japan, Sarashi is widely used in high-class restaurants, sushi restaurants, etc. for multiple purposes. We will show you 3 ways of its practical use ー Filtering, Moisturizing, and Wiping. You can't do without Sarashi once you realize its functionality and convenience firsthand!
We will show you a recipe of Sweet Potato Seasoned Rice, which is one of the most basic and simple seasoned rice, and the recipe can be applied to other seasoned rice. This time we use a Donabe to cook it . Why don’t you enjoy a Japanese traditional cuisine cooked with Donabe?
We would like to show you a Tojiro paulownia cutting board , which is always clean, shock-absorbing, and light. It is a wonderful cutting board that can be made only by such long-established knife manufacturer. It would be recommend especially to chefs who value not only cooking outcomes but also cooking tools.
Have you ever heard of a Japanese style lunch box "Magewappa" that has about 1300 years history? Made of wood, it has good breathability and can prevent food getting too moist or watery. It has other advantages too. Why don’t you get it and experience a wonderful Japanese tradition?
Noda Horo White Enamel Meal Prep BaKing Tray is simple but stylish, and new colors have arrived! We would like to show you the new lineup. Enameled ware is corrosion / acid resistant. As it can be used over a gas stove or in a refrigerator, it can deal with every process from cooking to food storage. Let's enjoy cooking with your favorite colors!

Do you know "Daikon oroshi"? Daikon oroshi is grated daikon (Japanese white radish) and specific to Japan. It isn’t eaten alone but with grilled fish, soba, udon, Japanese rolled Tamagoyaki omelette, and hotpot. It is piquant and adds refreshing flavor to the dishes. We would like to show you the tips to make tasty daikon oroshi!

Today we would like to show you a representative Japanese style pan, "Yukihira saucepan", which has been widely used either at restaurants or at home. It is manually hammered by professionals. This strengthen the durability and heat conductivity. It can be used for a wide variety of cooking and must be your great cooking partner!

Generally, shaved ice used to be more like crunchy and rough granular. However, the latest ones are fluffier and finely granular like “iced mango” in Taiwan. We would like to show you an ice shaving machine named “Black Swan” manufactured by Ikenaga Iron Works Co., Ltd, which can make fluffy shaved ice at home. In summer, ice shaving machines must be very helpful especially for those who live in areas with high temperatures!

We would like to show you Yutaka Horo enameled ware, which is newly added to Globalkitchen Japan sales lineup. It features good functionality as well as cute design. Its retro color will not only make dishes look better but also enrich your table. It is especially recommended to those who wants to enjoy cooking with cure and pop items or those who decorate their shops to make them catchier.

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