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1/27/2015

Banzuke 2014

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Banzuke 番付 ranking list
of favorite things 2014




hitto shoohin ヒット商品 hit product

横綱 Yokozuna
inbaundo shoohi インバウンド消費 inbound consumption, i.e., tourism from abroad
yookai wotchi 妖怪ウオッチ The Yokai Monster Watch

大関 Ozeki
“Frozen,” inspired by Hans Christian Andersen: “The Snow Queen”
Kei Nishikori tennis and Yuzuru Hanyu figure skating champion

関脇 Sekiwake
kakuyasu sumaho 格安スマホ extra cheap smartphone
iPhone 6 from Apple

小結 Komusubi / 前頭 Maegashira

denki jidoosha 電気自動車 electric bicycle (for the elderly)
surii dii purinat 3-Dプリンター 3-D pringer
kokusai jettoki 国産ジェット機 Japanese-built jet planes
yon kei terebi 4Kテレビ televisions with 4K resolution
shuukatsu 終活 to prepare for one's own death
kaa sheareingu カーシェアリング car sharing
kooshuu waifai 公衆Wi-Fi public WiFi systems
soochakugata kamera 装着型カメラ wearable kamera




The popular Yokai Monster Watch


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4/30/2008

- GENERAL INFORMATION Index

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GENERAL INFORMATION ... In our Washoku BLOG

abare-ichi あばれ市 "Wild market sales" extra cheap sales days

. accessory アクセサリー .

Aemono ... Japanese dressing

Agri-fashion アグリファッション Agrifashion
Agrizm(アグリズム) Magazine

Akiyama Tokukzo 秋山徳蔵 cook for the Tenno (1888 - 1974)


ame-uri, ameuri 飴売り vendor of candy in Edo

Ameyoko あめよこ (アメ横)Cheap shopping alley, from Ueno to Okachimachi
..... Reference: Kappabashi for plastic food

Anecdotes about Japanese Food

Aomonochoo 青物町 Aomonocho "vegetable" district

Asagohan, asameshi ... Japanese Breakfast

Asaichi, Morning Market (asa ichi, asa-ichi 日本三大朝市) Morgenmarkt

Asian Food Regulation Information Service



Bamboo, as food or tool in daily life

B Kyuu Gurume B級グルメ Second Class Gourmet B-kyū gurume

Bento and Ekiben Lunchpakete und O-Bento am Bahnhof

Bizenyaki, Pottery from Bizen

. BOOKS and online reference .

Bunraku and Joruri 文楽.浄瑠璃 and wasabi


Chanoko, 茶の子 Snack served with tea (cha no ko, o-cha no ko)

Cherry Blossom Time ... some Food Kigo

Chinmi, special delicasies

Chuka Ryori, chuuka ryoori 中華料理 Chinese Food
Chinatown 中華街 in Yokohama, Kobe and Nagasaki

conbini コンビニ / コンビニエンスストア convenience store Combini

Containers for food, new materials P-Plus P-プラス


Daidokoro 台所 (だいどころ) Japanese Kitchen

Daietto ダイエット Diet and fasting ... the extreme : Sokushinbutsu 即身仏

Dango 団子 Dumplings of all kinds
... Tsukimi and MORE dango ...

Danshi Gohan 男子ごはん, 太一×ケンタロウ men are cooking !
. . . bentoo danshi 弁当男子 lunchbox men

Daruma and Food ... LINKS

Dengaku 田楽 dance and food

doggii baggu ドッギーバッグ  doggy bag

Donburi 丼 Bowl of rice with topping


Ecotarian Food エコタリアン Slow food, スローフード


EDO : 100 Favorite Dishes of Edo 江戸料理百選

Edo no Shokubunka 江戸の食文化 Food Culture of Edo, LINK list

Edo-Vegetables (Edo yasai 江戸伝統野菜)

Edo wazurai 江戸患い "the Illness of Edo"

Ekiben 駅弁 Station Lunch Boxes ABC-Index, Lunchpaket vom Bahnhof

Expo, exhibitions, food fairs and more food news


Famine in spring (shunkyuu) Famine in Japanese History. kikin 飢饉

Fast Food Gourmet ... the Japanese Versionshominha gurume 庶民派グルメ

Food Crisis Worldwide

Food safety in Japan

Fucha ryori, fucha ryoori 普茶料理 Chinese monk quisine of the Obaku sect of Zen

funaryoori 船料理 (ふなりょうり) food served on board a ship or boat

Functional Foods 特定保健用食品 tokuho
Food for Specified Health Uses (FOSHU)
- - - . 機能性表示食品 kinosei hyoji shokuhin .
new labels in May 2015


Furikake and Ochazuke ... toppings for a bowl of rice 振り掛け, お茶漬け

Futsukayoi ふつかよい(二日酔い/ 宿酔 )
hangover and its natural remedies



Gangu 郷土玩具 Folk Toys
manjuu kui ningyo 饅頭食い人形 doll eating a manju bun

Geemu ゲーム Games and Food yasai karuta 野菜かるた and more

. Goroawase 語呂合わせ wordplay with food .

goshiki 五色 the five colors and food

Gyaru ギャル gals, girls
noogyaru 農ギャル / ノギャル  nogyaru, farming girls
ugyaru 魚ギャル / ウギャル fishing girls

Gyuunyuu 牛乳 and so 蘇(そ) milk products of the Asuka period


Hachi 八 The Lucky Number Eight - 8

Hakubutsukan, 食文化博物館   Food Museums and Theme Parks

Hanbaiki 販売機 vending maschines for food

Hanga and Nihonga ... 版画 / 日本画 Japanese Food in Art

Hara hachibu ... eating only 80% of your capacity an Okinawan diet

Hatago (旅籠, 旅篭) lodgings, inns and guest houses

History of Japanese Food
- - - Food and Drink in the Heian Period (794 to 1185) 平安時代

hiyashimono 冷し物 cold food
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kanshoku 寒食 (かんしょく) "cold food" for a ritual in Okinawa

Hocho, wabocho . 和包丁. Knife, knives (hoochoo, waboochoo)

Hooroku 焙烙 / 炮烙 / ホーロク / ほうろくearhten roasting pot and Hooroku Jizo ほうろく地蔵 and a kyogen play, 炮烙割り "smashing pots"

Horegusuri ほれぐすり(惚れ薬, 惚薬) love potion


Italian Food (itarian ryoori イタリアン料理)made in Japan


Joomon, Jōmon 縄文時代 Jomon Peroid Cooking

Juken fuuzu 受験フーズ  Juken Food for the Examination Hell


Kagurazaka 神楽坂 restaurant district in Tokyo

Kaiseki Ryori, kaiseki ryoori 懐石料理


Kappoo ryoori 割烹料理 Kappo food, a simpler style of Kaiseki Food

Kayu 粥 rice gruel with many kigo

Kazari ... Decoration of table and food 食卓の飾り

kenkoo shokuhin 健康食品 health food Supplements, Macrobiotics

kinkatsu 菌活 active bacteria

Kitaoji Rosanjin (北大路魯山人) ... and the Japanese Vessels for Food, Utsuwa

Konchu Ryori, konchuu ryoori 昆虫料理 Insects as food

Kusuri
Medicine Day (kusuri no hi)Chinese Medicine as food for your health !

kyoogibune, kyōgibune 経木舟 kyogibune
boat for serving, from paper-thin sheets of wood


Kyoyasai, kyooyasai 京野菜 vegetables from Kyoto

Kyuushoku 給食 School Lunch Schulspeisung, Schulessen


Language, Japanese and Food


Mamiya 間宮, Irako 伊良湖 food supply ships
Mamiya yokan 間宮羊羹

Mandala Food Arrangements (hoshamori, hooshamori 放射盛り)

Manga, Anime and Japanese Food Culture
料理漫画. 料理アニメ. グルメ漫画


Mashiko Pottery, Folk Craft Mashikoyaki, mingei

Matsuri, Festival Food

Menrui ... all kinds of noodles 麺類

Meoto Tableware for Couples
Rice bowls : meotojawan 夫婦茶碗 , chopsticks : meotobashi 夫婦箸, tea cups : meotoguinomi 夫婦ぐい呑み , meoto yunomi 夫婦湯のみ

Modoki ryoori もどき料理 "imitation food" vegetarian dishes. ganmodoki

Mori no megumi Bountiful food from the Forest

Mukimono むきもの Vegetables cut to artistic figures

Music and Food for animals and plant growing


Nagasaki and the influence of European food

Net Super - Online Shopping

Nokisaki Business 軒先.com "under the eaves"

Noren 暖簾store curtains


omocha おもちゃ Cooking Toys and Gangu 郷土玩具

Oyatsu お八つ . o-cha-uke 御茶請け afternoon snack


Pareo foodo パレオフード paleo food, Paleo diet Paleolithic Diet

Pan パン bread
toosuto トースト toast

. Poetry and Japanese Food .
Haiku 俳句 and haika 俳菓  - waka 和歌

Presents during all seasons


Recycle, Reuse, Re-use Wiederverwendung von Lebensmitteln

Restaurants and Tea stalls (ryooriten, ryokan, chaya, izakaya and more )

Robatayaki ... around the open hearth Kushiyaki, skewers

Rural Revitalization and Promotion


Sake no Hosomichi 酒のほそ道 "The Narrow Road of Ricewine"
Manga about food, with haiku, by ラズウェル細木 Rozwell Hosoki

Sashimi, Raw Food raw fish, wild boar, horse, pheasant ...

Rito Keizai Shimbun 離島経済新聞 Archipelago News
introducing local island food


Samurai Gourmet "武士の食卓" - Samurai Cooking

Satoyama 里山 さとやま Local Mountain Region Ecology

seibo, o-seibo, oseiboo 歳暮, o-chugen, ochuugen 中元
Presents during all seasons


Senbei, sembei 煎餅 (せんべい) rice crackers, sweet and salty
shika senbei tobashi, throwing deer senbei, kigo

Sen Rikyuu, Sen Rikyū 千利休 Sen no Rikyu favorite dishes

Settai, O-Settai ... Giving Alms to Henro Pilgrims SETTAI : Henro Pilgrims Culture in Shikoku

Sex and Food / Penis Festivals

Shiro 城 Castle Burgen. and related food items

Shogayaki, ginger roast dishes

Shokuyoo no hana 食用の花 Edible blossoms, edible flowers

Shojin Ryori (shoojin ryoori) 精進料理Vegetarian Temple Food
including
Fucha Ryori (fucha ryoori 普茶料理)

Shopping in Japan Shopping for food

Shufu 主婦 / 主夫 ... housewife, homemaker. Hausfrau

SHUN 旬の物 / 旬の味 Specialities of the Season

Shusse uo 出世魚 "career fish" fish changing the name as they grow



Snap Dish, snapdish photo software

somurie ソムリエ sommelier for wine, fruits, vegetables and other food
fuudo somurie フードソムリエ - food sommelier

Sooshoku otoko 草食男子 grass-eaters and
nikushoku onna 肉食女 "meat-eating girls" / 草食系男子

Soups of Japan, an overview

Sushi 寿司 


Tera ... Temple Festivals and Food

Terminology used for Japanese Cooking

Tobeyaki, Tobe pottery

Tokuho Health Label

Tools used for Cooking

Trans-Pacific Partnership - TPP

Tsuchinoko, tsuchi no ko ツチノコ or 槌の子 hammerspawn legendary reptile

Tsukemono and how to make them ... 漬物

Tsukiji, the big fish market in Tokyo 築地市場, Tsukiji shijoo

Tsumami, o-tsumami, otsumami 御摘みSnacks with alcohol. Horsd’œuvre.


Umi no sachi, yama no sachi ...
Bountiful food from the sea, bountiful food from the mountains
The Origin.


. UNESCO - Nomination Washoku - .


Waseda Kankyo Juku 早稲田環境塾 Waseda School of Environment


Washoku Sahoo 和食作法 Table manners, etiquette
Japanese Table Manner 和食作法 Ishimura Kanae 石邨可奈江, Okayama. Grace Finishing School グレースフィニッシングスクール.
motenashi 持成しの心 and shitsurai 失礼 hospitality
honzen ryoori 本膳料理 formal banquet food on trays




Water (nomimizu) Drinking Water of Japan

Western vegetables used in Japan

Whisky, whiskey, uisukii ウイスキー
online reference
Burbon, Whiskey-Soda


Wrapping Paper Art / Food Art


Yakuzen, yaku-zen 薬膳 ( やくぜん) "Eating Medicine" medicinal food dishes and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Kanpo, Chinese Medicine as food (kanpo 漢方薬)
kenkoo ryoori 健康料理 food for your health
yakuzen ryoori 薬膳料理 food with medicinal propertirs
yakusoo ryoori 薬草料理 food with medicinal herbs
yakujiki (やくじき)
kusudama 薬玉 クスダマ food with yomogi mugwort Beifuss
Speisen mit Heilkräutern, Medizin-Essen
Speisen als Medizin


Yookai (youkai, yokai) 妖怪 Japanese monsters and food


Zen, Tray, Dinner tray, box tray (hako zen) ...







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Zeittafel

Jomon-Periode ca. 8000 - ca. 300 v.Chr.
Yayoi-Periode ca. 300 v. - ca. 300 n.Chr.
Kofun Hügelgräber-Periode 247-552
Asuka-Periode 552-646
Hakuho-Periode 646-710
Nara-Periode 710-794
Heian-Periode 794-941
Kamakura-Periode 1192-1333
Zeit der Nord- und Süddynastie 1336-1392
Muromachi-Periode 1392-1568
Azuchi-Momoyama-Periode 1573-1603
Edo-Periode 1603-1868
Meiji-Periode 1868-1912
Taisho-Periode 1912-1926
Showa-Periode 1926-1989
Heisei-Periode seit 8.1.1989


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My VOKABEL LISTE Japanisch – Deutsch – English

Japanische Gerichte LISTE



REFERENCE - External LINKS


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REFERENCE Books and Online

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REFERENCE - External LINKS and Resources




WASHOKU:
Recipes from the Japanese Home Kitchen

by Elizabeth Andoh
A Taste of Culture


KANSHA -
Celebrating Japan's Vegan & Vegetarian Traditions

http://www.kanshacooking.com/


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Food Culture in Japan
by Michael Ashkenazi, Jeanne Jacob - ONLINE BOOK

Americans are familiarizing themselves with Japanese food, thanks especially sushi's wild popularity and ready availability. This timely book satisfies the new interest and taste for Japanese food, providing a host of knowledge on the foodstuffs, cooking styles, utensils, aesthetics, meals, etiquette, nutrition, and much more. Students and general readers are offered a holistic framing of the food in historical and cultural contexts.

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A Dictionary of Japanese Food
By Richard Hosking

ONLINE BOOK

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A Taste of Japan

Donald Richie


Sushi, Sukiyaki, Tempura, Tofu, Fugu, Tonkatsu, Menrui noodles, Unagi eel, Onigiri, o-nigiri rice balls , Mochi rice cakes and dumplings, Tsukemono pickles, Sake, O-Cha (ocha)



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. Japan Foodways, Past and Present

The first English-language compilation of research
on Japanese cooking and food culture

Edited by Eric C. Rath and Stephanie Assmann
Published 2010, University of Illinois Press


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Japanese Food and Cooking:
A Timeless Cuisine: the Traditions, Techniques, Ingredients and Recipes
Emi Kazuko


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Ariake Japanese Restaurant

. . . japanesefood.about.com
. . . with a Japanese Food Weekly Newsletter
Setsuko Yoshizuka

Japan Times Information

Kim McFarland :  Bento Recipes




The Fine Art of Japanese Food Arrangement
By Yoshio Tsuchiya, ONLINE BOOK





CLICK for more info
The Folk Art of Japanese Country Cooking
By Gaku Homma

Online Book



Lonely Planet World Food Guides : Japan



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Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art
Shizuo Tsuji


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Food of Japan
by: Shirley Booth
Shirley Booth, who lived in Japan for many years and has taught Japanese cooking to both Japanese and foreigners, gives us a wonderful, engaging history of Japanese food, its styles and traditions-from Imperial cooking to temple cooking and the food of the Yatai or street vendors. She explains every aspect of this great cuisine, the ingredients, the techniques, the essential equipment, and the importance of color and presentation. She shares over 200 recipes: soups, broths, dumplings, noodle dishes, tempura, sushi, pickles.


Food Culture in Japan (Food Culture around the World)
by: Michael Ashkenazi, Jeanne Jacob
Japan's unique attitude toward food extends from the religious to the seasonal. This book offers a contextual framework for the Japanese food culture and relates Japan's history and geography to food. An exhaustive description of ingredients, beverages, sweets, and food sources is a boon to anyone exploring Japanese cuisine in the kitchen. The Japanese style of cooking, typical meals, holiday fare, and rituals--so different from Americans'--are engagingly presented and accessible to a wide audience.


Food of Japan (Food of the World Cookbooks)


source : www.bakingshop.com:  Books : japan food


CHOW ... Food Drink Fun
Articles about Japan


Japanese Food Dictionary
Ad Blankenstijn
Japan Navigator (japannavigator)
http://www.japannavigator.com/


The Tokyo Foundation .. articles about food


Tokyofoodcast
Et-chan and Te-chan eat Tokyo


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Essays in this WASHOKU library

Real Food of Japan
by Roger Pulvers, December 2006


Food of Japan
by Naomichi Ishige


Food of the World: RICE
by Te-Tzu Chang



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When you are in Japan

Gourmet Navigator / Japanese Restaurants


The Japan Times
Mainichi Daily News . Mainichi Shinbun
Yumiuri Daily News


JFS Japan for Sustainability / Edahiro Junko
持続可能な日本 サステナビリテイ
... www.japanfs.org/



Food and Fantasy in Early Modern Japan
Eric Rath (Author)
How did one dine with a shogun? Or make solid gold soup, sculpt with a fish, or turn seaweed into a symbol of happiness? In this fresh look at Japanese culinary history, Eric C. Rath delves into the writings of medieval and early modern Japanese chefs to answer these and other provocative questions, and to trace the development of Japanese cuisine from 1400 to 1868. Rath shows how medieval "fantasy food" rituals--where food was revered as symbol rather than consumed--were continued by early modern writers.
The book offers the first extensive introduction to Japanese cookbooks, recipe collections, and gastronomic writings of the period and traces the origins of dishes like tempura, sushi, and sashimi while documenting Japanese cooking styles and dining customs.
at amazon.com

More books about cooking at
source : www.amazon.com

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. . . . . Japanese , japanisch 日本語

Food, Senryu and Haiku
 www.ami-yacon.jp / 伊藤洋行


Edo no Shokubunka 江戸の食文化 Food Culture of Edo

Sake no Hosomichi 酒のほそ道 "The Narrow Road of Ricewine"
Manga about food, with haiku, by ラズウェル細木 Rozwell Hosoki

暮らしと食
source : www.fundokin.co.jp


. . . www.kikkoman.co.jp : 食材の情報と料理レシピ一覧 kikkoman


KIRIN Otsumami


Kyodo Ryori 郷土料理 。県別
Kyodo Ryori 郷土料理 ... 100選 県別

Minzokugaku to Tabemono 民俗学 データベース


Regional Specialities
全国の名産・料理


旬の菜時記 Shun no SAI jiki
Uda Kiyoko 宇多喜代子
With one haiku and a recipe of the food mentioned. Mainly vegetables.


Tokyo Gas : Eco Cooking


料亭食材通販


Rural Culture Association 農山漁村文化協会 農文協 ruralnet.or.jp
The BEST online resources !

全国グルメガイド


Daidokoro saijiki 台所歳時記
SHUN ... Kitchen Saijiki, dishes for each month

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source : Tsutaetai Hanashi

新潟県(上越市(じょうえつし))
日本のワインづくりの先駆者(せんくしゃ

お坊さんがまたがった馬の足跡から始まった宇治茶(うじちゃ)の歴史

育て、負けるな! 二十世紀梨にかけた情熱


徳島県(上板町(かみいたちょう))
ふるさとに甘い香りを呼び込んだ阿波三盆糖(あわさんぼんとう)の祖


愛媛県(上浦町(かみうらちょう))
「芋(いも)地蔵」となった男と薩摩芋(さつまいも)の旅


沖縄県(嘉手納町(かでなちょう))
わが国に甘藷(かんしょ)をもたらした「芋大主(うむうふしゅ)」

and many more




江戸味覚歳時記
興津要, 1993年 Okitsu Kaname

若水、七種がゆ、雑煮、数の子、鏡開き、白魚、白酒、蜆、花見酒、あさり、蛤、わらび・土筆・つばな、桜鯛、柏餅、初鰹、麦秋・麦飯・麦酒、冷や水、茗荷、茄子、夕鯵、どじょう汁、ところてんの曲突き、西瓜、麦湯、秋刀魚、松茸、新酒、月見団子、秋茄子、栗、さつまいも、菊、初茸、つまみ菜、南瓜、銀杏、柿、九年母、薬食い夜鷹そば、ふぐ、大根、ひらめ、鯨汁、賃餅、ねぎま、江戸の有名店・有名食品、蕎麦、鯨料理、鰻蒲焼、豆腐料理、寿司、田楽、稲荷ずし、深川めし、天麩羅、奈良茶、女川菜飯、言問団子、飴売り・菓子売り、羊羹、鹿の子餅、しん粉細工、幾世餅、竹村伊勢、四方の味噌、栗餅と餅花、山本山、nado
A great book with information about Edo food and restaurants
and HAIKU !


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Yōjōkun 養生訓 Yoojookun, Yojokun
The Book of Life-nourishing Principles
. by Kaibara Ekiken 貝原益軒 1713



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. . . . . DEUTSCHE REFERENZ
Hinweise Verkauf
Tokio - Ein Mekka für Gourmets
16.08.2008

Sushi Glossary Japanese, English, Deutsch

Japan-Feinkost! Hamburg


Verkauf, Verkaufen Japanischer Zutaten, Japanisches in Deutschland Einkaufen


Shinshû ryôri . Shinshu Ryori
Kulinarischer Literaturbericht aus der zentraljapanischen Bergregion Nagano
Magisterarbeit, Andreas Kupsch, Berlin 2003


Essen und Trinken in Japan
source :  www.japan-infos.de


Die vegetarische Tempelküche, vegetarisches Essen
Vegetarian temple cooking
Modoki ryoori もどき料理 "imitation food"
vegetarian dishes. ganmodoki
Eine Freude der Vegetarier.




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Deutsche LINKS

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Japan Times


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4/01/2008

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Japan Times Information


http://www.japantimes.co.jp/life/japanese_food_guide01.html
Many further LINKS with recipies.

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Rice grains of wisdomCooking rice
Taking stock of basicsThe perfect dashi (stock)
A flavor-enhancer to be handled with careSoy sauce
A good reason to hit the saucePonzu joyu and Kotsu mushi
Ume, back in the pinkThe standard umeboshi: pickled plums
Savoring rewards of slow foodUmeboshi of variety

Hiyashi somen: the cool slurp of summerJapanese vermicelli with dipping sauce
I love you, I knead youUdon: wheat noodles made in the old-fashion way
The buckwheat starts hereHandmade soba noodles
A journey back to old 'new Japanese cuisine'Fried-and-pickled fish with onions and hot chili peppers

Gently add mom's miso, while stirring in humilityAka dashi: provincial miso soup
Hit the sweet spot with eel on the grillKabayaki: eels basted with sweet soy sauce
The king of mushrooms rules in fallSteamed matsutake mushroom in clear soup
Kakigori: a close shave doused in sweet syrupFrappe, Japanese style
May we live long on beans and riceSweet red bean soup with rice cakes
Cuts above appliance-aided cuisineDaikon salad

Kitchen tools that you can trustGoma dofu: tofu made from sesame
Grater expectationsTaro with grated daikon
Help heal the spirit with comfort foodJibu-ni: simmered vegetables in chicken stock
A new kama meshi treat every seasonKama meshi: garnished rice
Holy mackerel! That's quite a fish!Saba cooked in miso sauce
Salted mackerel will reel 'em in every timeSenba-jiru: Osaka's saba and daikon soup
Fresh every day of the weekSaba no kizushi: vinegared mackerel
The satisifying taste of less is moreChawan Mushi: steamed savory custard
We're talking real tofuAgedashi-dofu: deep fried tofu in broth

When everyone gets in on the actYose-nabe: pot stew cooked in a rich broth
The days of eating dangerouslyTecchiri nabe: blowfish in your pot
Kawatare: a fleeting taste of twilightKawatare nabe: chicken soup with soymilk
A hodgepodge that really hits the spotOden soup

Gearing up for the New YearMutsu no misozuke: miso marinated big-eye
Black beans for a fruitful new yearKuromame: sweetened black beans
Tazukuri: an acquired taste worth acquiringDry-roasted small sardines

Making Udon
For a little taste of home that's not from homeYakisoba: griddle-fried, sauce-flavored noodles
Quick kitchen revision before term beginsNigauri: a bitter tasting late-summer gourd
Well, for starters, there's the shira-aeHappo dashi: lightly seasoned catch-all stock
Let the seasons shine through aemonoMoyashi to mitsuba no goma-ae: sprouts and herbs with sesame dressing

Tataki : a tasty starter created in a flashMaguro no tataki: seared tuna with ponzu sauce
For that rare occasion, why not try conger eel?Hamo no bainiku zukuri: sea eel with ume-flavored dressing
Yes, you too can roll your own raw fish at homeIka no shiso-maki: raw squid and shiso rolls
Simmered veggies just like mama used to makeEbisu-nankin no nimono: boiled pumpkins
Ni-mono is a many-splendored comfort foodNishin no uma-ni: large Pacific herring simmered uma-ni style

Straight from the grill to the kitchen tableSanma no shio-yaki: salt-grilled fish
The fish, my friend, can be dried in the windSanma no mirin-boshi: fish mirin-based marinade and dried
A special sauce that can travel anywhereBuri no teriyaki: broiled yellowtail fillet with teriyaki sauce

Delicate pauses to refreshThree delicacies — karasumi, konowata and sea urchin
Many different ways to play the frying gameAmadai no agemono: fried horsehead
Rice vinegar is key to the pause that refreshesRenkon no acharazu: sweet 'n' sour lotus roots
Even classics can be improvedKaki no chawan mushi: egg dumplings with oyster
Rice works well as a finale or as the main eventOya-ko donburi: rice topped with simmered chicken and eggs
Ultra-sweet treats to round off a kaiseki feastKuzukiri no kuromitsu: chilled starch noodles in sweet sauce
Good home cooking in a category all by itselfChikuzen-ni: a traditional chicken and vegetable dish

Savor slow food in a fast-food worldFu no Dengaku: skewered wheat gluten with miso toppings
Warming noodles are just the ticketNyumen: warm somen noodle dish
Goodness gracious, great balls of riceO-musubi: rice balls
You win some, you lose someTempura
The air is clear and the food gives cheerGood pottery, beef and vegetarian fare at Kansai's Tamba region

Kazu no ko — an eggcellent winter delicacySalted herring roe
This will be the last slurp of the rest of your yearToshikoshi soba: year-crossing noodles
Starting at the root of Japanese cookingDaikon-daki: simmered radish
Daikon breathes life into dead of winterDaikon salad

It's not just tsukemono -- it's a responsibilityDaikon pickled in rice bran
Harnessing the preservative power of the sunAcharazuke: vinegar pickle of dried daikon
Are you ready to roll with the change on 'setsubun no hi'?Makizushi: traditional sushi rolls
Taste of a new season springs eternal in nanohanaNanohana (rape blossoms) dressed in mustard sauce

Mmmm . . . tastes like crabEbiimo no kani an-kake: taro root in crab sauce
Sansai-gayu : a porridge found further afieldRice gruel with mountain greens
A simple, elegant mix to celebrate girl powerChirashizushi: tossed sushi
Now's the perfect time to stalk up on wild udoUdo to awafu no kinome-ae: Udo leeks and gluten dressed with Japanese sansho pepper

In search of the hidden children of bambooWakatake-ni: simmered young bamboo
What squids shine in yonder bayHotaru-ika no karashimiso-ae: firefly squid in
Fancy a bowl of baby eels?Tosazu vinegar for salad
Savoring sweet memories of fallen blossomsSakura mushi: a steamed dish with sea bream
Watercress: a visitor welcome at any tableCresson in o-hitashi salad

Let us go fiddlehead foragin', but carefullyWarabi gohan: fern shoots in seasoned rice
Japan grows some mean beansHiyashi endo: snap peas in chilled broth
Now is the season to indulge your shellfish geneAsari to nappa no o-suimono: a clear clam soup with greens

High fives for the best kind of Japanese foodIri-zansho: sansho leaves steeped in soy sauce
Time is ripe for the taste of Old World fruitNasu no shio-momi: eggplant kneaded with salt
You say tomato, we say deliciousTomato salad with soy dressing
In a pinch, these will do just fineSawagani no amakara-ni: sweet and salty marsh crabs
Now here's some real food for thought . . .Yasai no Yoshino-ni: vegetables sauteed in Zen style
Big world sprouts from tiny grains of riceGenmai: brown rice

You too can take the natto challengeEating natto: fermented soy beans
Spice it up, with a little or a lot of heatAmanagato no amakara-itame: sweet and salty green chili
Rooting for the nutritious fruits of the earthBeni-zuiki no usukuchi-daki: simmered taro stalk
Fishing around for ready-to-eat street foodAyu no shio-yaki: grilled sweetfish
Great big balls of octopus — easy on the sauceTakoyaki: octopus dumplings
As you like it, and you willTon kyabetsu no okonomi-yaki: Japanese-style pancakes


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Deutsche LINKS

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Deutsche LINKS


WASHOKU : Verkauf Japanischer Zutaten / LISTE

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Japanisches Cuisine, Reis-Teller in Japan, Meerestier-Teller in Japan, Nudel-Teller in Japan, Nabe Teller in Japan, Sojabohne-Teller in Japan, Yoshoku Teller in Japan,
http://www.de.asiarooms.com/travel-guide/japan/japanese-cuisine/index.html


KAISEKI rezepte
http://www.teeweg.de/de/kaiseki/grundrezepte/index.html



Allerlei Rezepte
http://www.nekobento.com/?page=Rezepte


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Wikipedia
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanische_Küche

Akashiyaki 明石焼き, eine Art Omelettebällchen mit Oktopusstück
Chanko-nabe ちゃんこ鍋, Nabe-Art, gehaltvoller Eintopf, Grundnahrung für Sumo-Ringer
Donburi 丼, Gemüse, Fleisch oder andere Komponenten auf Reis in einer Schale
Gyōza 餃子, mit Fleisch gefüllte Teigtaschen nach chinesischer Art
Ishiyaki 石焼き, Steingrillgerichte
Karē カレー, die japanische Version des indischen Curry-Gerichts und von der Beliebtheit her etwa das Gegenstück zu Spaghetti Bolognese in Deutschland.
Kabayaki 蒲焼き, mit süßer Sojasauce gegrillter Fisch, meistens Aal (Unagi Kabayaki)
Kushiage 串揚げ, Am Bambusspieß paniertes und fritiertes Gemüse und Fleisch
Maki 巻き, Rollen aus Reis mit verschiedenen Einlagen und Seetang
Misosuppe 味噌汁, aus Miso und Dashi
Nabe 鍋 bzw. O-Nabe, japanisches "Eintopfgericht", Garung während der Mahlzeit
Oden おでん, Verschiedenes ausgiebig in klarer Brühe gegart
Okonomiyaki お好み焼き, japanische Eierkuchen mit Kohl und verschiedenen Zutaten
Sashimi 刺身, roher Fisch
Shabu Shabu しゃぶしゃぶ, Essen aus dem kochenden Topf
Sukiyaki すき焼き, Eintopfgericht
Sushi 寿司, roher Fisch oder Gemüse auf gesäuertem Reis
Takoyaki たこ焼き, Teigbällchen mit Oktopusstücken gefüllt
Tempura 天麩羅, frittierte Meeresfrüchte oder Gemüse
Teriyaki 照り焼き, mariniertes Fleisch
Tonkatsu 豚カツ, Schweineschnitzel
Yakitori 焼き鳥, gegrillte Hühnchenspieße

Mirin (Reiswein)
Miso (Sojapaste)
Nori (Rotalgentang)
Shiso (Perilla)
Sansho (Japanischer Pfeffer)
Shoyu (Sojasauce)
Wakame (Braunalgentang)
Wasabi (Japanischer Meerrettich)
Wasserpfeffer

Und einiges mehr !
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Hauptseite


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Rezeptsammlung stichwort JAPANISCH
http://kochbuch.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/

Gegrillte Huehner-Spiesschen (Als Partyhaeppchen f. 10 Pers.)
Huehnerfleisch mit Fruehlingszwiebeln
Japanischer Petersiliensalat
Japanischer Reis
Japanisches Gemuesegericht
Misosuppe mit Bohnensprossen
Nudelsuppe mit Auberginen
Nudelsuppe mit Garnelen, Ei und Spinat
Reisnudeln mit Huehnerfleisch
Rettich mit Lachskaviar
Rindfleisch-Roellchen (Als Partyhaeppchen f. 10 Pers.)
Saba no sutataki Makrele in Essigmarinade
Salat aus gruenem Spargel, Huehnerbrust und Omelettstreifen
Shabu Shabu
Sobanudeln mit Entenbrust
Sushi
Sushi-Haeppchen (ca. 30 Stueck)
Tempura
Tempura I
Yakitori - Japanische Haehnchenspiesse


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http://www.ne.jp/asahi/m/double/essen.htmlNimono 26/07/99
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VOKABELN

Verzeichnis japanischer Fachwörter PDF datei

http://www.japan-scout.de/essen_begriffe.htm

http://www.otaku-welt.de/japanisch.html#nahrung


Meine Vokabelliste


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TSUKEMONO

Wie Gott in Deutschland: Tsukemono
http://wiegottindeutschland.blogspot.com/2008/06/tsukemono.html


Tsukemono
http://ytoshi.cool.ne.jp/best_friends32/study/cl/food/pickles/pickles1.htm


Ute's Foto Blog: Tsukemono von Kohlrabi
http://utestephan.blogspot.com/2008/08/tsukemono-von-kohlrabi.html


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JAPANISCHE LINKS


食文化のウンチク
http://homepage3.nifty.com/shokubun/index.html



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TSUKEMONO

漬物ポータルサイト:全日本漬物協同組合連合会
http://www.tsukemono-japan.org/index.html


漬物レシピ!簡単おいしい作り方 さとみの漬物講座
http://tsukemono.info/index.html



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ENGLISH

Japanese food recipies
http://www.recipe-idea.com/japanesefood.html


Eat Japan Glossary
http://www.eat-japan.com/index.php?option=com_glossary&task=showterms&Itemid=47&catid=42


recipies for miso and dengaku
http://www.theblackmoon.com/Jfood/fmiso.html

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