From an early age, my mom taught me the language of food, its power as a bond within family, between cultures, and, when done...
When the weather is cold, nothing is better than having a warm, tasty treat to keep your spirits up. In this month's recipe time, we have the Japanese traditional food Nikujaga. A warm and filling meal, straight from "mother's kitchen". Check out Stephen Crawford's article here.
While Tottori is not the first thing that comes to peoples’ minds when they think of tourism in Japan, Kathy Rice shares her travels around the Tottori Sand Dunes, a destination gradually gaining popularity around Japan.
In his latest bar review, Elliott Yoo takes us to elegant Fukuyama establishment, Perle. With their unique fragrances (yes, you read that right) and stellar drinks, it's a place you'll be sure to want to check out the next time you're looking to unwind.
Elliott Yoo is back this week with a review of top notch izakaya, Tenkabashi, in Fukuyama City. Whether you're looking for some flavourful food or a fun place to spend with friends, you won't be disappointed.
Lauren Frederick is back with her bi-weekly wisdom to keep you healthy and active this winter. Check out her latest article for a fun, music-filled workout and a hearty Japanese soup recipe. You won't be disappointed.
Cold got you down? Looking for a new recipe to spice up your weekly routine? We've got you covered with Brandy Tacket's groovin' gazpacho recipe! You won't want to miss this one. So grab your chef's hat and let's get cooking!
Our fitness columnist, Lauren Frederick, is back this week with some great tips to keep in shape and fend off those winter bugs. Read on for for a challenging upper body workout plan and a delicious crepe recipe to get your day started.
In his latest review, Elliott Yoo takes you to one of Fukyama's finest sandwich shops, the Samurai Delicatessen. Read on for more about these mouthwatering samurai sandwiches. You won't be disappointed.
Fukuyama Nights: A Trip to Kensington Pub Written by Elliott Yoo The Kensington Pub is located in 大黒町 (Daikoku-chō), which is just north of the JR...