What can you get at the local FamilyMart for ¥1000 ($10)? Dinner, and a good one at that!
Japan has a lot of apples, and some are expensive ($2 per). How do the expensive ones compare to the cheap ones? We find out
McDonald's Japan has introduced an "American" series. Do they stack up to what we Americans know and love?
We traveled to the 秋祭り in 佐原 today, and got Unagi (Eel) Cola for 300 yen! Was it worth it? Did it taste like eel? Watch and find out.
On today's episode of "Japanoblog in the Kitchen", we're making 3-color Soboro (三色そぼろ丼), which is a rice dish with a few toppings.
Cranberry Sprite? Yes, it's here for the summer to help you cool off!
We found some more strange food at our local Cainz, so we had to try it
McDonald's is running a special to help promote the new Pokemon movie (in Japan). What better way to celebrate than a Pikachu ChocoBanana Dessert?
A vending machine by our apartment had a Pokemon drink, so we decided to try it
We found some pre-made burgers (and some neat sandwiches) at our local grocery store, so we thought we'd try them out!
While visiting Narita, we stop by Starbucks and try their newest creation.
Keat makes Gyudon, a simple beef-and-rice donburi, with shabushabu beef. Not in Japan? No worries - we cover how to make this in America too!
Easy? Check. Delicious? Check. Fast? Check. Oyakodon means "Parent and Child" (chicken and egg). This has to be one of the best, and simplest, recipes we've ever done, and one of our favorites!
It's huge! It's ginormous! It's...THE MEGAMAC!
Sushi? On a conveyor belt? Well, sort of. At this kind of restaurant, sushi is served from a conveyor belt, plus a few other neat features, like gachupon!
For Halloween, McDonalds in Japan offered special Halloween Fries with Pumpkin, Chocolate, and Sweet Potato sauces. We try them out!
Nikuman (pork buns) are great, but can you microwave them? Let's find out!
Habanero? Angry Pepper? What's not to love? We pick up a bag of these spicy treats and try some
Curry with Rice is a fairly popular dish in Japan, and today, we make our own!
Foods I have found in Japan!
Rice and egg. What could be simplier?
In their very first video, Keat and Kyle learn how to make Rice Balls, also known as Onigiri