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8/08/2009

Daruma Food LINKS LIST

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Daruma Food LINKS




Akachochin CHOOCHIN, lanterns 提灯とだるま
Ame, dagashi <> Sweets  飴、駄菓子
Anko, sweet bean paste Daruma 餡子だるま , だるまあん

Azuki Daruma 小豆を「達磨」made from Red Beans

Bentoobako ― Lunchbox with Daruma Bentoobako 弁当箱
Bon, 盆 a tray

CHA 茶 The world of TEA and Daruma

Coasters
Cookies だるまクッキー
Daruma sweets

Cups and Mugs
..... Guinomi ぐい飲み Tea Cups
Cup soup <> カップラーメン Cup Ramen, Cup Raamen
Curry from GLICO グリコカレー / glico カレー職人 Gookaku 合格 to pass the examination

Fukutoku Senbei <> Waffles for Good Luck from Kanazawa
福徳せんべい

Gokoku hojo .. 五穀豊穣 (gokoku hoojoo)
Prayers for a Bountiful Harvest of the Five Grains

Hamburger Cotelettes KATSU Daruma Food
..... 合格祈願エビカツバーガー to pass examinations
Hashi, O-Hashi ... Chopsticks お箸 おはし
Hashi oki ... chopstick rests 箸置き
Himedaruma, Hime Daruma sweets 姫達磨 姫だるま


Juken Food 受験フーズ Examination Hell Food, January 2007

Kabocha Daruma as Pumpkinかぼちゃ達磨, かぼちゃだるま
Kagome Food for Exam Students カゴメ 
Kashigata 菓子型 <> Cake Molds from wood
..... Kashigata 菓子型 Cake mold from iron
..... Kashi bin 菓子ビン <> Glass for cookies
Katsuobushi kezuriki かつおぶし削り器 cutter for bonito flakes
Keeki だるまケーキ Cakes decorated with Daruma

Maekake ... Apron 前掛け
Masamune
Daruma Masamune 達磨正宗 Aged Rice wine
Mito Kōmon .. 水戸黄門 Tokugawa Mitsukuni 徳川 光圀

Nabe ... だるま鍋 ... Cooking pot and restaurant
Natto 納豆 ... Fermented Beans
Noren ... Door Curtains 暖簾 のれん


Pan, Daruma pan だるまパン Daruma bread and
Daruma monaka だるまもなか Daruma wafers

Parfait Daruma ..... パフェだるま Food Art

RESTAURANTS . . . More . . . DARUMA Restaurants

Sable Cakes from Kawasaki 川崎大師名物 大人気 元祖ダルマサブレー
Salt and Pepper Shaker Shio Koshoo Ire . 塩コショウ入れ. 塩胡椒入れ

Sake, Ricewine and Daruma 酒.....
Sakazuki 杯 small cups / 達磨タンブラー . Tumbler Daruma

Sankuro, Dondo Yaki and Spring Fire Ceremonies 三九郎とだるま 
(Sankuroo)
Sara - Plates お皿にだるま
Senbei だるませんべい Rice Crackers
Sencha 煎茶 <> Tea with Daruma see > CHA
Shamoji しゃもじ <> Rice Spoon, Ladle
Snacks with Daruma スナック Food
Soba 蕎麦 そば <> Daruma Eating Buckwheat Noodles
SUSHI . Daruma Sushi だるま 寿司

TABEMONO More about FOOD with Daruma

Taiyaki たい焼き waffle in form of a sea bream
Tamago ... 卵だるま, たまごだるま, タマゴダルマEggs and Daruma

TEA and Daruma : Cha
The world of TEA and Daruma Introduction

Tokkuri ― Drinking Hot Sake with Daruma  徳利とだるま
Tsumayooji (tsumajoji) 爪楊枝 つまようじ <> Toothpicks-holder

Udon Noodles with Daruma 達磨にうどん ウドン

Vinegar Tasters, The three Vinegar Tasters of Chinese Art

Wasabi わさびだるま  Japanese Horseradish called "Daruma"

Yunomi ― Drinking Tea with Daruma  湯のみとだるまさん/ Guinomi




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1/10/2008

SUMMARY

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SUMMARY


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GENERAL INFORMATION ... In our Washoku BLOG

GENERAL INFORMATION ... In our Washoku BLOG

Aemono ... Japanese dressing

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


Anecdotes about Japanese Food

Asagohan, asameshi ... Japanese Breakfast

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


Bamboo, as food or tool in daily life

Bento and Ekiben Lunchpakete und O-Bento am Bahnhof

Bizenyaki, Pottery from Bizen

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


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

daigomi 醍醐味 "taste of Daigo" ghee butter

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

Donburi 丼 Bowl of rice with topping


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

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 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

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


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

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


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

History of Japanese Food

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

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

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 !

Kyoyasai, kyooyasai 京野菜 vegetables from Kyoto

Kyuushoku 給食 School Lunch Schulspeisung, Schulessen


Language, Japanese and Food


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


Nagasaki and the influence of European food

Noren 暖簾store curtains


omocha おもちゃ Cooking Toys

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


Pan パン bread
toosuto トースト toast

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


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 ...


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

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

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

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

Soups of Japan, an overview

Sushi 寿司 


Tera ... Temple Festivals and Food

Terminology used for Japanese Cooking

Tobeyaki, Tobe pottery

Tools used for Cooking

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.


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

Washoku Sahoo 和食作法 Table manners
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.

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) ...

CLICK for more food trays
Family eating from food trays

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INGREDIENTS . ZUTATEN

zairyoo 材料



Raw materials, spices and seasonings are listed here.
Some come with extra lists for details.

A lot of the ingredients are also KIGO.
Please check the World Kigo Database for their details.


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aamondo, アーモンド almonds

abura 油 all kinds of oil, öl
goma abura ごま油 seseme oil, Sesamöl
oriibu abura オリーブ油 olive oil
piinattsu abura ピーナッツ油 peanut oil
roofatto oiru ローファットオイル low fat oil
sarada abura サラダ油 salad oil
tenpura abura 天婦羅油 tempura oil
tsubaki abura, see below



Azuki 小豆 adzuki beans, many other dried beans are used.
daizu 大豆 soy bean
sasage mame ささげ(大角豆) soy bean variety


Baniku
Horse meat, baniku (ばにく/ 馬肉) basashi, sakuranabe

BUTA ... Pig and Pork (buta, ton 豚 ぶた) Schwein


Chikuwa ちくわ(竹輪) "bamboo ring" grilled fish saussage

Chirimen jako ちりめんじゃこ、ちりめんざこ(縮魚) semi-dried very small sardines
kigo for spring


choomiryoo 調味料 flavoring, seasoning
awase choomiryoo あわせ調味料 mixing seasonings


Daikon 大根 big radish Rettich
In the Zen sect, daikon also represents Shakyamuni Buddha.

Dashi ... soup stock

Edo-Vegetables (Edo yasai 江戸伝統野菜)

Fu, Wheat gluten (fu 麩) and FU products. fu-croutons
Fu ふ (麩) breadlike pieces of dried wheat gluten


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


Gobo, goboo 牛蒡 Burdock root

Goma 胡麻 sesame, seeds or goma abura ゴマ油 oil
shirogoma,white seeds. kurogoma, black seeds.
surigoma, crushed. kirigoma, cracked.
nerigoma, paste.
gomashio, gomasio, with salt.
mukigoma, hulled
gomadare, goma dipping sauce
Sesame (til, tila, gingili) India goma, goma no hana (Japan)


Gyoza no kawa, gyooza 餃子の皮 gyoza dumpling wrappers


haabu  ハーブ herbs, Gewürzkräuter

Hamaguri, clam shells, venus clams Venusmuscheln

Hanpen はんぺん (hanpei 半平/hanpen 半片) fluffy fish cake made of ground fish


Ichiyaboshi いちやぼし (【一夜干(し)) "dried for one night" air-dried fish

Iriko いり‐こ(熬り子) dried sardines, niboshi 煮干し


Jidori 地鳥 (じどり) Local Chicken types



Kaiso Sea Vegetables 海草Edible seaweeds, LIST

Kamaboko かまぼこ (蒲鉾) fish cake, fish paste
Fischwurst; Fischpastete

Kanbutsu 乾物 kambutsu dried food items Getrocknete Lebensmittel

Kani 蟹料理 CRAB dishes

Kankitsu, kankitsurui かんきつ(るい)(柑橘(類)citrus fruit
mikan, ponkan, hassaku, sudachi, daidai, kabosu, iyokan, sudachi, yuzu, oranges and others

Kanpyo かんぴょう(干瓢/乾瓢) dried gourd ribbons

Kanten 寒天 gelatine (mostly from agar agar)

Karashi からし(芥子/辛子) Japanese mustard, often in powder form to prepare fresh for use

Karee カレー Japanese curry preparations

Katakuriko, Starch 片栗粉. potato starch. Stärkemehl

Katsuobushi, dried bonito shavings 鰹節 , dried bonito flakes

Ken, tsuma and karami, garnish with Sashimi
ken けん, tsuma つま, and karami 辛み, 辛味, 辛み.

Keshi no mi 芥子の実 white poppy seeds

Kikuimo, 菊芋 Heliantus tuberosus. Jerusalem artichoke
Topinambur. Erdbirne

Kinako 黄粉 "yellow powder", toasted soy bean flower
Sojabohnenmehl

Kinoko, take きのこ(茸/蕈/菌) mushrooms LIST

Kiriboshi daikon きりぼし大根 shredded radish, also other shredded items are used

Ko 粉 kona flower

Konbu 昆布 kombu kelp seaweed
Seaweed (kaisoo 海草) as kigo

Konchu Ryori, konchuu ryoori 昆虫料理 Insects as food

Konyaku, konnyaku こんにゃく(蒟蒻/菎蒻)
sometimes braid-cut pieces
..... shirataki "white waterfall" konnyaku noodles, konnyaku
..... aka konnyaku, red konnyaku, red with iron residues


Kudamono, fruit ... LIST

Kuri no kanro-ni 栗の甘露煮  chestnuts in syrup
Kanro-Ni, sweet simmering

Kurumi くるみ (胡桃) walnuts Walnuss
Walnut (kurumi) as kigo

Kyooyasai, kyoyasai, kyosai 京野菜 / 京菜 Vegetables from Kyoto.
Gemüse aus Kyoto, Kyoto-Gemüse


Masu and Ayu : Trouts and sweetfish ... the naming Forellenarten

Matsu no mi まつのみ (松の実) pine nuts, often used for Chinese cooking

Menrui ... all kinds of noodles 麺類 Nudeln

Mi 実 Berries and Nuts from the forest Nuesse und Beeren

Mirin みりん 味醂 ミリン ... sweet cooking ricewine, syrup rice wine

Miso paste 味噌

Mitsuba 三つ葉 (みつば) "Three leaves" honewort

Mochi ricecakes, 餅 (もち) rice cakes

Moyashi 萌やし、糵, もやし bean sprouts of various types
..... kaiware かいわれ, supurauto スプラウト sprouts, often daikon radish, for garnishing
Bohnensprossen

Myoga Ginger (myooga) 茗荷 (みょうが). Zingi-Ingwer
japanischer Ingwer


nagaimo, naga-imo ながいも(長芋)yam, Chinese yam
http://www.jetro.org/trends/food_ingredients_nagaimo.php

Naganegi 葱 (ねぎ) leek, green onions

Nasu 茄子 (なす), nasubi なすび eggplant, aubergine

Natto, nattoo 納豆 fermented soy beans

Niku 肉 にく all kinds of meat from four-legged animals

Nori 海苔 dried laver, as sheets or chopped. Meerlattich
... ao-nori, green nori, iwa nori from the rocks, yaki-nori toasted, ajitsuke-nori with flavor


Oboro and Denbu ... shredded meat, fish or vegetables おぼろ (朧) / 田麩


Pan パン Bread
..... koppepan コッペパン spindle-shaped small bread, sometimes with a cut in the top to add some other food items. Often sweet.
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anpan アンパン, meronpan メロンパン melon bread, and many more 
tsukudani toast 佃煮トースト

Panko パン粉 bread crumbs, often used as coating before deep-frying food


Rice お米 o-kome

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Sakana ... 魚 FISH of all kinds


Sake 酒 ricewine, rice wine Reiswein
..... amazake, 甘酒 sweet white rice wine,
..... amakuchi, 甘口  sweet
..... karakuchi, 辛口 dry
Rice wine (ricewine) sake, Japan Reiswein as KIGO

Sansai 山菜  Mountain vegetables

Sansho, Sanshoo, Japanese pepper, "Mountain pepper"

Satoo 砂糖 sugar
..... kurosato "black" sugar from Okinawa, brown sugar
..... mizuame, mizu ame 水飴, syrup, made from barley or other grains
..... wasanbon 和三盆 Japanese sugar from Shikoku

Satsumaimo, satsuma imo 薩摩薯(さつまいも)sweet potatoes
Süßkartoffel


shidashiya 仕出し屋 catering, delivery service

Shiitake 椎茸 shiitake mushrooms
Shiitake Mushrooms as KIGO

Shio ... Salt  塩 Salz

Shirasuboshi しらす‐ぼし (白子干し/白子乾し) blanched very small sardines
kigo for spring

Shiso, beefsteak plant, Perilla 紫蘇

Shooga, Ginger 生姜

Shoyu, Soy Sauce shooyu 醤油

SHUN 旬の物 / 旬の味 Specialities of the Season

Shungiku, garland chrysanthemum 春菊

Soomen, somen noodles 索麺

Su 酢 , komezu, komesu 米酢 rice vinegar


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Tamago 卵 (たまご) egg dishes

Tara 鱈 Cod fish

Tare タレ Sauces and dressings

Tofu, toofu, dofu, doofu 豆腐 Soy bean curd and its preparations

Togarashi, toogarashi 唐辛子 red hot pepper

Tonkatsu soosu 豚カツソース sauce for pork cutlet. fruity taste like a Worcestershire sauce

Tsubaki abura 椿油) camellia oil

Tsukemono and how to make them ... 漬物

Udo, Spikenard, Japanese spikenard 独活(うど)

Umeboshi 梅干 dried pickled plums
Umezu 梅酢 plum vinegar, liquid from the pickled plums

Uni 海胆 (うに) sea urchin and sea urchin roe (uni 雲丹)


Wagyuu, wagyu 和牛 Japanese beef
http://www.jetro.org/trends/food_ingredients_wagyu.php

Wasabi, Japanese horseradish わさび、山葵. Wasabia japonica

Wakame 若布 kelp
Seaweed (kaisoo 海草) as kigo


Yasai 野菜 やさい vegetables
Vegetables in the season, shun no yasai


Yakumi やくみ (薬味) spices and condiments
dokumi, kayaku

Yomogi よもぎ 蓬 mugwort
Beifuss, Beifuß


Yurine ゆり根 bulbs of lilies (lilly)
Lilienknollen. used for chinese medicine. grown in Hokkaido.
yurine manjuu 百合根饅頭
yurikonyurikon


Yuzu 柚子 ゆず citron, juice or peel is used
Yuzu as KIGO a ctiron fruit
..... Yuzu citron dishes for autumn Japan


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WASHOKU :
YASAI . Vegetable SAIJIKI


Seaweed (kaisoo 海草) as kigo

WASHOKU : INGREDIENTS tags


WASHOKU : INGREDIENTS


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COOKING METHODS

The most important methods for preparing food are introduced here.

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aburadooshi あぶらどおし【油通し】 frying food quickly
usually before simmering or other cooking methods. Often done with Chinese cooking The outside gets a small membrane that will not let the taste leek out later. Usually done at 150 to 160 degrees centigrade.


aburanuki
あぶらぬき【油抜き】 to drain off oil
after frying and deep-frying. Put it in hot water for a moment to drain of the oily taste.



aburu あぶる【焙る/炙る】 to per-heat
Both sides of a food are heatet for a moment over a grill or gas flames to get rid of excess moisture and warm the food. Nori get tasty after this treatment.



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Aemono あえ物、和え物 (あえもの) Japanese Dressing

... Namasu dressing 膾 , 鱠, なます


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Ageru 揚げる (あげる) frying, stir-frying
this word is also used for tenpura and furai (fried shrimp)
pfannenrühren

Kara-age and Tatsuta-age ... deep-frying 唐揚げ / 竜田揚げ


Kushiage, kushi-age 串揚げ deep-fried food pieces on bamboo sticks


agebitashi あげびたし【揚(げ)浸し】first frying and then marinating in flavored broth for some time.
With eggplants. Fish get softer bones when prepared like this.


agedama あげだま【揚(げ)玉】bits of fried batter
for example after cooking some tempura (tempura kasu, tenkasu 天かす)
in Kanto, these are put into udon soup )Tanuki udon.
Also put into miso soup.


agedashi あげだし【揚(げ)出し】deep fried food with a batter is placed in broth, some yakumi spices are added and shredded daikon radish, to sap off the oil.
Usually for Tofu (agedashidoofu) and eggplants (agedashi nasu 揚げだし茄子)
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ageni, age-ni あげに【揚(げ)煮】 first frying, then simmering
Fish, meat or vegetables.

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Aku nuki, akunuki あくぬき (灰汁抜き) removing bitterness
the vegetables are often rubbed and rolled in a special liquid.
aku has an acrid, alkaline flavor.
Bitter chestnuts and acorns were treated in running water for days before eating.
Bamboo shoots need to be treated too, by boiling them with rice bran (komenuka).
Many ferns and other sansai mountain vegetables need to be treated.
rubbing with salt, shiomomi しおもみ(塩揉み)


aku tori, akutori アク取り take off the scum from boiling food
usually a flat spoon or sieve is used
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amani あまに【甘煮】 "sweetly simmered"
Simmering food with extra lots of sugar. Especially kabocha, sweet potatoes and beans. People in Nagasaki use a lot of sugar in the food.


amiyaki あみやき【網焼き】 grilling, broiling
when the food is placed on a metal net or squeezed between two nets.



aomi あおみ "greenness"
to add green color for decoration.
for sashimi : aojiso perilla, spinach, cucumbers, cauliflower
for dressings (aemono) : rapeseed, shungiku chrysanthemum, spinach, cucumber, mitsuba, menegi leek
for nimono simmering : sayaendoo green beans, sayaingen, rapeseed, shungiku, mizuna, kinome tree buds
for soups : mitsuba, green leek, spinach, shungiku, mizuna, mibuna, kaiwarena.


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aramijin あらみじん / 粗みじん cut into rough small pieces
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araregiri あられぎり / あられ切り cut to squares like arare pieces
especially for vegetables with a lenght of 4 to 5 cm.



ataru あたる grinding
The proper word would be suru する【擂る】for grinding, but this has a negative feeling to it (engi ga yokunai), so its opposite ataru あたる【当たる/中る】was choosen.

Im Mörser zerreiben


suribachi すりばち【擂り鉢/摺り鉢】 earthwear mortar
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Denbu and Oboro 田麩 / おぼろ (朧)... shredded food preparations
sakura denbu

Dengaku 田楽 dance and food
pieces on skewers with miso paste

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Hitasu 浸す (ひたす)
soaking, steeping
Ohitashi お浸し o-hitashi 御浸し


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iburi いぶり, ibusu 燻す to smoke, smoking, smoked food
kunsei 燻製 smoked food, often with cherry wood chips.




Iru いる (炒る /煎る) roasting, toasting

Kara iri からいり (乾煎り/ 空炒り), parching without using oil, dry-roasting


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Kanro-Ni, kanroni 甘露煮 sweet simmering
for small fish or fruit


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Kiru 切る cutting

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

katsuramuki かつらむき(桂剥き)cutting a continuous thin peel

kazaribocho, kazari boochoo 飾り包丁 decorative cutting and slashing

mentori 面取り cutting and leveling edges

rangiri 乱切り chopping into chunks

sengiri せんぎり(千切り) "one thousand cuts", shredding, cutting fine strips of cabbage, cutting carrots into juliennes

sogigiri そぎぎり (削ぎ切り) slant cutting, shaveing into slivers, for example the burdock roots

tazunagiri たづな切り(手綱切り) "cut like a horse bridle", braid cutting
often done with konnyaku pieces

toofu o kiru, dicing tofu in the hand


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Kosu こす straining
strainer for miso, misokoshi みそこし (味噌漉し)
sarashi さらし, sarashinuno さらし布 thin cloth for straining food

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Modosu もどす(戻す) rehydrating dried food, soaking dried food in water

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Musu むす (蒸す)steaming
dünsten, schmoren, in einer Pfanne, wenn die Lebensmittel Wasser ziehen

mushiki むしき (蒸し器) steamer
Dämpfer
mushiyaki ... 蒸し焼き steaming
dämpfen
This is a typical preparation for Chinese food items and some Japanese fish dishes.
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jigoku mushi 地獄蒸し boiled in hot steam of a hot spring
Gokuraku Onkei 極楽温鶏 whole steamed chicken from Oita 極楽温鶏

in Dampf kochen

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Niru 煮る simmering
nitsuke 煮付け simmering with soy sauce, sugar and mirin
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Hokke no nitsuke ... and Prime Minister Aso some politics !

aoni あおに【青煮】"simmering while keeping the green color"
mostly with salt and thin soy sauce.


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Onigiri おにぎり rice balls




Orosu おろす grating

grating radish, daikon oroshi だいこんおろし (大根卸し)
metal grater, oroshigane おろしがね (下ろし金/卸し金), comes in many shapes, some used directly at the table for wasabi etx.
samekawa oroshi-ki 鮫皮 下ろし器 grater for shakeskin

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Otoshibuta おとしぶた (落とし蓋) "dropped down lid", lid resting directly on the food in a pot or pan
to simmer, poach or braise food
The lid has to be a little bit smaller than the opening of the pot or pan.


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Shiokara ... salty and pugnant pickles 塩辛


Shiozuke しおづけ(塩漬(け)) preserved in salt, pickled in salt
preserve fish in salt
Einsalzen, Einlegen in Salz (Fisch, Gemüse, Eier).
Pökeln (Fleisch und Wurstwaren)

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Einsalzen ist neben dem Trocknen eine der ältesten Methoden zur Konservierung von Lebensmitteln. Dabei wird durch das Salz die Feuchtigkeit in den Produkten für Mikroorganismen unbrauchbar. Um zuverlässig zu wirken, muss das Salz die Lebensmittel vollständig und gleichmäßig durchdringen. Dem Salz können auch trockene Gewürze zugegeben werden, um den Geschmack zu verbessern ...
Bei einigen Produkten, z.B. Weißkohl oder grünen Bohnen, tritt durch eine genau abgemessene Salzmenge Saft aus. Die darin enthaltenen Mikroorganismen bewirken eine langsame Fermentation, bei der Zucker in Säure verwandelt wird.
Pökeln
Dabei kommt außer dem Salz noch Salpeter zum Einsatz, der die bakterienhemmende Wirkung des Salzes verstärkt.
Pökeln mit Nitritpökelsalz
© More in the WIKIPEDIA !



Shogayaki ... Ginger Roast Meat 生姜焼き


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Suritsubusu すりつぶす(磨り潰す/擂り潰す) crushing, mashing, grinding
groved grating mortar, suribachi すりばち(擂り鉢/摺り鉢)

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Tare, タレ all kinds of sauces for dipping
amadare, あまだれ 甘タレ sweet dipping sauce
gomadare, ごまだれ(胡麻垂れ) seseme sauce
misodare みそだれ 味噌タレ miso sauce
shabushabu no tare しゃぶしゃぶのタレ comes with different kinds of sauces for dipping, some are the specialities of a restaurand kept for many generations.
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shoogadare しょうがだれ ginger sauce
wasabidare, wasabijooyu (wasabi shoyu) わさびだれ、山葵醤油 soy sauce with Japanese horseradish



tataki たたき food chopped with a knife
aji no tataki アジのたたき chopped horse mackerel


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tenpura てんぷら . 天婦羅 . 天麩羅 . 天ぷら Tenpura, Tempura
deep-fried battered food
many ingredients are deep-fried. Mostly fish and seafood and vegetables.
Even the new leaves of greet tea are made into tempura during the season 新茶の天婦羅.
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frittierter Fisch, frittiertes Gemüse

WASHOKU : Tenpura Tempura dishes

basu tenpura バス天ぷら tempura from black bass
ブラックバス天ぷら付のうどん
From Lake Biwa


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WASHOKU
Tsukemono 漬物 Pickles

asazuke あさづけ【浅漬け】lightly pickled vegetables



Tsukimi, with an egg as "moon viewing" decoration



tsukudani つくだに (佃煮, つくだ煮) simmering in sweetened soy sauce


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Yahata-maki やはたまき (八幡巻き) goboo burdock roll
from Yahata village, Kyoto


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Yaku 焼く "burning, heating", baking, toasting, broiling, grilling, pan searing
this word is used for many preparations, sometimes using oil.

shichirin しちりん (七輪) small portable stove for grilling with charcoal
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YAKU ...
Aburi-yaki, Horoku-yaki, Kara-yaki, Kimi-yaki, Miso-yaki, Namban-yaki, O-kariba-yaki, Shio-yaki, Teri-yaki
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Yamatoni, Yamato-ni 大和煮 simmering meat of wild animals and birds in soy sauce, sugar and ginger
for whale meat, ginger and perilla leaves are cut finely and simmered too.
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This method evolved in the Meiji period, when meat was eaten more frequently in Japan. A procucer of canned chicken meat, Maeda 前田道方 made it famous.
In 1915 the company Meijiya 明治屋 produced canned beef.
In 1923 Mitsukoshi in Nihonbashi had bargain sales of the canned meat. The Japanese army used this canned meat too.
hogei 捕鯨(ほげい) catching whales became popular and much whale meat was produced for canning, also sheep, horse and deer, even bears and sea lions. But all this meet has a strong animal tast and needs long hours of simmering.
See .. Kujira Ekiben from Tateyama, Chiba.




Yudoshi, yudooshi ゆどおし(湯通し) blanching in boiling water


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These items are related to DARUMA SAN !



Akachochin CHOOCHIN, lanterns 提灯とだるま
Ame, dagashi <> Sweets  飴、駄菓子
Anko, sweet bean paste Daruma 餡子だるま , だるまあん

Bentoobako ― Lunchbox with Daruma Bentoobako 弁当箱
Bon, 盆 a tray

CHA 茶 The world of TEA and Daruma

Coasters
Cookies だるまクッキー
Daruma sweets

Cups and Mugs
..... Guinomi ぐい飲み Tea Cups
Cup soup <> カップラーメン Cup Ramen, Cup Raamen

Fukutoku Senbei <> Waffles for Good Luck from Kanazawa
福徳せんべい

Gokoku hojo .. 五穀豊穣 (gokoku hoojoo)
Prayers for a Bountiful Harvest of the Five Grains

Hamburger Cotelettes KATSU Daruma Food
..... 合格祈願エビカツバーガー to pass examinations
Hashi, O-Hashi ... Chopsticks お箸 おはし
Hashi oki ... chopstick rests 箸置き

Juken Food 受験フーズ Examination Hell Food, January 2007

Kabocha Daruma as Pumpkinかぼちゃ達磨, かぼちゃだるま
Kagome Food for Exam Students カゴメ 
Kashigata 菓子型 <> Cake Molds from wood
..... Kashigata 菓子型 Cake mold from iron
..... Kashi bin 菓子ビン <> Glass for cookies

Maekake ... Apron 前掛け
Mito Kōmon .. 水戸黄門 Tokugawa Mitsukuni 徳川 光圀

Nabe ... だるま鍋 ... Cooking pot and restaurant
Natto 納豆 ... Fermented Beans
Noren ... Door Curtains 暖簾 のれん


Pan, Daruma pan だるまパン Daruma bread and
Daruma monaka だるまもなか Daruma wafers

Parfait Daruma ..... パフェだるま Food Art

RESTAURANTS . . . More . . . DARUMA Restaurants

Sable Cakes from Kawasaki 川崎大師名物 大人気 元祖ダルマサブレー
Salt and Pepper Shaker Shio Koshoo Ire . 塩コショウ入れ. 塩胡椒入れ

Sake, Ricewine and Daruma 酒.....
Sakazuki 杯 small cups / 達磨タンブラー . Tumbler Daruma

Sankuro, Dondo Yaki and Spring Fire Ceremonies 三九郎とだるま 
(Sankuroo)
Sara - Plates お皿にだるま
Senbei だるませんべい Rice Crackers
Sencha 煎茶 <> Tea with Daruma see > CHA
Shamoji しゃもじ <> Rice Spoon, Ladle
Snacks with Daruma スナック Food
Soba 蕎麦 そば <> Daruma Eating Buckwheat Noodles

TABEMONO More about FOOD with Daruma
Tamago ... 卵だるま, たまごだるま, タマゴダルマEggs and Daruma

TEA and Daruma : Cha
The world of TEA and Daruma Introduction

Tokkuri ― Drinking Hot Sake with Daruma  徳利とだるま
Tsumayooji (tsumajoji) 爪楊枝 つまようじ <> Toothpicks-holder

Udon Noodles with Daruma 達磨にうどん ウドン

Vinegar Tasters, The three Vinegar Tasters of Chinese Art

Wasabi わさびだるま  Japanese Horseradish called "Daruma"

Yunomi ― Drinking Tea with Daruma  湯のみとだるまさん/ Guinomi




source : Daruma Food LINKS


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7/11/2008

Kaisoo Kigo BACKUP

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Seaweed (kaisoo 海草)

***** Location: Japan, worldwide
***** Season: Non-seasonal Topic
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Explanation

The word "seaweed (kaisoo 海藻)" itself is not a kigo and can be used all year for haiku.

There are however some kigo with individual kinds of seaweed.

Seaweeds are a daily ingredient in Japanese food.


http://home.h03.itscom.net/takagi/sango.files/Kaisou.htm

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Kigo for SPRING

laver, sea lettuce, nori 海苔
early spring

..... Porphyra tenera

to dry laver, nori hosu 海苔干す
dried laver, hoshinori 干海苔

sweet laver, amanori 甘海苔(あまのり)
laver from Asakusa, Asakusa nori 浅草海苔(あさくさのり)
laver from Kasai, Kasai nori 葛西海苔(かさいのり)

laver sheets to eat, nori hibi 海苔篊(のりひび)

bamboo poles to grow seaweed among, nori soda 海苔粗朶(のりそだ)
floating seaweed, nagarenori 流海苔(ながれのり)
picking up seaweed, hiroi nori拾い海苔(ひろいのり)
board to dry seaweed 海苔砧(のりきぬた)、norisu 海苔簀(のりす)

susabi nori すさび海苔(すさびのり)
Nori from Uppuri Island, uppurui nori 十六島海苔(うっぷるいのり)


boat to harvest laver, noribune 海苔舟

gathering laver, harvesting laver, nori tori 海苔採
harvesting nori seeweeds, nori toru 海苔採る(のりとる)

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"rock laver", iwa nori 岩海苔 いわのり
kigo for early spring

..... kaifu nori 海府海苔(かいふのり)
They are picked from the rocks and cliffs by hand when the tide receedes and are quite expensive.


"hair of the sea", ugo 海髪 うご
a kind of red seaweed, igisu
..... ogo おご、ogo nori 江籬(おごのり)、ugo nori うごのり、nagoya なごや


white seaweed (duckweed), shiramo 白藻 しらも
..... tsurushiramo 蔓白藻(つるしらも)、oo ogonori おおおごのり


green seaweed, aonori 青海苔
..... ito aosa いとあおさ、naga aonori 長青海苔(ながあおのり)、sasanori 笹海苔(ささのり)、usuba aonori 薄葉あおのり(うすばあおのり)、hito-e gusa ひとえぐさ


"cherry blossom seaweed" sakuranori 桜海苔 さくらのり
..... mukade nori むかで海苔(むかでのり)、okitsu nori 興津海苔(おきつのり)


"pine seaweed" matsu nori 松海苔 まつのり
..... pine needle seaweed, matsuba nori 松葉海苔(まつばのり)、tenboso てんぼそ

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kelp, wakame, 若布, 和布
..... Undaria pinnatifida

nigime にぎめ
boat for harvesting kelp, wakamekaribune 若布刈舟

harvesting wakame seeweeds, wakame karu
若布刈る (わかめかる)
wakame toru 若布採る(わかめとる)

drying seeweeds, wakame hosu 若布干す(わかめほす)

Photo Gabi Greve, 1993


drying seaweed -
these dancing shadows
on the sand


© Gabi Greve, with more photos !


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drying hijiki seaweed, hijiki hosu ひじき干す(ひじきほす)
harvesting mirume seaweed, mirume karu みるめ刈る(みるめかる)
harvesting arame seaweed, arame karu 荒布刈る(あらめかる)


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Kigo for SUMMER

gathering agar agar, tengusa tori 天草採り

cutting duckweed, mo kari 藻刈り
late summer


dulse seaweed, red algae (Palmaria palmata) ダルス
North America


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Kigo for NEW YEAR

gulf weed, seagrapes, sea grape, hondawara ほんだわら


Seaweed Daruma , Konbu Daruma 昆布だるま  

尼崎大覚寺のこんぶ達磨、from Daikaku-ji, Amagasaki  
Kigo for New Year or Spring at Amagasaki


This is a little talisman to ward off evil and bring good business. He is sold at the temple Daikaku-ji in Amagasaki during the Spring Festival. Since the Meiji period every year the temple prepares a little Daruma with a short jacket made from a bleached seaweed (konbu) for people who apply for it.

On the seaweed the name and age of the person and his zodiac animal are written and then this is put up at the Family Shelf of the Gods for daily prayer. The sheet of seaweed is fastened with a belt of an auspicious braided red and white cord (mizuhiki). This Daruma helps to ward off evil and disaster and takes on a cold on your behalf (migawari). He is also called "Daruma who wards off evil" (yakuyoke Daruma 厄よけだるま). When the year is over, you bring him back to the temple for consecration and apply for a new one.

The little Daruma is about 5 cm high and used to be made in Osaka but he is now made in Kyoto and is usually called "Tiny Roly-Poly" (mameagari 豆上がり). His face is painted very simply and his head has a golden dot, therefore he is also called "Gold-headed Daruma" (kinten Daruma 金天だるま).

His existence is also based on a play of words. "To feel happiness" (yoro-kobu) becomes "Yoro-Konbu"; you feel happy about getting better after illness or if your daughter finds a good match.

So the seaweed type called KONBU carries an auspicious meaning and is usually part of a meal at the New Year and other auspicious occasions.
Konbu Daruma, by Gabi Greve

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Worldwide use


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Things found on the way



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HAIKU


浮草や魚すくふたる小菅笠
ukikusa ya uo sukuutaru ko suge-gasa

duckweed--
rescuing a fish scooped up
with a little sedge hat


Issa (Tr. David Lanoue)
http://cat.xula.edu/issa/

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昆布一丈爽やかに漁婦たもとなし
konbu ichijō sawayaka ni gyofu tamoto nashi

ten feet of kelp--
in the freshness, the fisherwoman
has no sleeves

Furutachi Sōjin 古舘曹人

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in aquamarine rock-pools
reflections flicker - are gone
seaweed gently swirls


Part of a rengay by
frances ryan
paul t conneally


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青海苔や石の窪みのわすれ汐
aonori ya iwa no kubomi no wasure-jio

green seaweeds -
some seawater is forgotten

in a dent of the rock

Takai Kitoo 高井几董(たかいきとう, 1741~1789)
(Tr. Gabi Greve)

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Seaweed Haiku by Zhanna P. Rader

She shares with him
her Dulse seaweed - the tint
and the taste of her lips...

Just me in the waves...
swimsuit full
of red seaweeds.

Wading knee-deep -
seaweed wraps
around my legs.

Seaweed Cafe
overlooking the marina -
we're lost in the menu.



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Related words

***** Jelly strips (tokoroten)

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WASHOKU SAIJIKI : Kaisoo, sea vegetables

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3/30/2008

TOOLS and TABLEWARE

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TOOLS and TABLEWARE

A lot of my tableware has a figure of Daruma san as decoration.


aburakoshi, abura-koshi あぶらこし【油漉し】 for filtering used oil
kosu こす【漉す】 to filter
Usually a metal net.
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Used Tempura-oil is collected for reuse these days.



amijakushi あみじゃくし【網杓子】ladle with a filter
skimmer, ladle strainer
kind of shakushi しゃくし【杓子】 ladle.
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They come with diffrent sizes of nets, for tempura or froth and scum on food etc.



arumihoiru アルミホイル aluminium foil
"alumi foil"
used for wrapping dishes and ingredients.



Bentoobako ― Lunchbox with Daruma Bentoobako 弁当箱, Lunchpaket
Bento and Ekiben Bento at the station. Lunchpakete und O-Bento am Bahnhof
..... magewappa bento box 曲げわっぱ

Bon, 盆 a tray Tablett


chawan 茶碗 tea cup and rice bowl

Coasters Bierdeckel

Cups and Mugs
..... Guinomi ぐい飲み Tea Cups Teetassen

Daidokoro 台所 (だいどころ) Japanese Kitchen


Gopan Rice Bread Cooker ライスブレッドクッカー「GOPAN(ゴパン)」


hachi 鉢 all kinds of bowls Schalen, Schüsseln

Handai はんだい wooden tub to prepare sushi rice

Hashi : Hashi, O-Hashi ... Chopsticks お箸 おはし
..... chopstick Rest Hashi oki ... chopstick rests 箸置き, Esstäbchen
..... box to keep the chopsticks, hashibako 箸箱
..... saibashi さいばし (菜箸) long chopsticks used for cooking and serving.
kajikibashi 鹿食箸 chopsticks to eat "mountain meat"  from Suwa Shrine
kattobashi カットバシ / カット箸 / かっとばし
chopsticks made from broken baseball clubs



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

Honenuki 骨抜きPincer, Pinzette


Hooroku ほうろく(焙烙) earthware pan
for special hooroku dishes like horokuyaki.
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"



Kaishi 懐紙Japanese paper for the tea ceremony, washi 和紙


kama 釜 stove, Herd
Old farmhouses use a large stove fired with wood.
. . . . . nukagama 糠釜(ぬかがま) stove fired with nuka rice bran.
The stove is used outside in the garden.
It keeps the temperature even for a long time and is best for cooking rice.. . . CLICK here for Photos !


Kashigata 菓子型 <> Cake Molds from wood
..... Kashigata 菓子型 Cake mold from iron
kata 型 mold, shape

Kashi bin 菓子ビン <> Glass for cookies

katsuobushi kezuriki かつおぶし削り器 cutter box for katsuobushi Hobel fuer Bonitospaene

Kitaoji Rosanjin A master of making pottery.

koohii kappu コーヒーカップ coffee cup

Kyuusu teapot 急須 (kyusu) for green tea


Manaita, Chopping Board まな板

Mashiko Pottery and Folk Craft Mashikoyaki 益子焼, mingei 民芸

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

Misokoshi みそこし (味噌漉し)strainer for miso paste


Nabe, pots and pand
..... Nabe ... だるま鍋 ... Cooking pots with Daruma


Oroshigane おろしがね (下ろし金/卸し金) metal grater
Some are even served together with a wasabi root at special restaurants to grate them as you eat. They can be quite decorative, I have one in the form of a little turtle.
There are special ones, for example for stone salt 岩塩専用おろしがね.
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sakazuki 杯/ さかずき small cup for hot sake
. . . Sakazuki 杯 small cups / 達磨タンブラー . Tumbler Daruma

sara, ban さら 【皿・盤】 plate, dish, Teller. of various kinds and shapes
. . . Sara - Plates with Daruma お皿にだるま
kawarakezara, kawakake sara かわらけ皿
unglazed dishes used since AD 400
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Shamoji しゃもじ ... Rice Spoon, Ladle , rice paddle
杓子 (しゃくし shakushi)

Shichirin 七輪 portable cooking stove

Shio Koshoo Ire ... Salt and Pepper Shaker 塩胡椒入れ

Shooyu sashi ... 醤油差し ... Soy sauce dispenser

Sudare すだれ bamboo mat for making sushi

Suribachi すりばち(擂り鉢/摺り鉢) groved grating mortar
..... surikogi boo すりこぎ棒 pestle


Take no kawa 竹の皮 dried bamboo leaves as wrappers

tonsui とんすい small serving bowl with a handle

Tokkuri ― Drinking Hot Sake with Daruma  徳利とだるま

chawan 茶碗 tea cup and rice bowl

Tsumayooji (tsumajoji) 爪楊枝 つまようじ <> Toothpicks-holder



Uchiwa うちわ flat fan
to cool food or help a charcoal brazier


urokohiki, uroko-hiki うろこひき/ 鱗引き remover for fish scales
uroko o hiku 鱗を引く remove fish scales
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. utsuwa 器 dishes, bowls, pots and plates .


Wasara paper dishes


Yakiami 焼き網 (やきあみ) net to grill food
double-nets where you can hold the fish to grill it on both sides
They are round or square or oblong, according to your barbeque set or grilling facilities. Some have two sides with a handle to squeeze fish or other food inside for easy turning.
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yunomi 湯のみ(湯呑み) small tea cups. Becher
. . . Yunomi ― Drinking Tea with Daruma  湯のみとだるまさん/ Guinomi, chawan 茶碗


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

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Küchengeräte
External LINKs

台所用品と調理器具

The Fine Art of Japanese Food Arrangement
By Yoshio Tsuchiya

CONTENTS

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Tableware / Cookware
http://japanesefood.about.com/od/cookware/Tableware_Cookware.htm
Elegozen (Microwave Cooker) and more


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DEUTSCH

Chuukanabe Pfanne für chinisische Gerichte
Handai Hölzerne Schale für Sushireis-Zubereitung
Makiyakinabe Pfanne für japanisches viereckiges Omelett (ev. tamagoyakinabe)
Manaita Küchenbrett
Misokoshi Miso-Seiher
Mushiki Dämpfer
Oroshigane Reibeisen für Wasabi, für Rettich
Otoshibuta Holzdeckel zum direkten Auflegen beim Kochen
Oyakodonnabe Pfanne für Ei mit Hühnerfleisch (oyakodon)
Saibashi Lange Kochstäbchen
Sarashi Baumwolltuch
Shamoji Reislöffel, spezieller für Sushi
Suihanki Reiskocher
Sukiyakinabe Pfanne für Sukiyaki
Suribachi Mörser mit Holzstößel
Tenpuranabe Pfanne für Tempura
Uchiwa Blattförmiger Fächer für Sushi
Zen Tablett zum Servieren für Einzelpersonen



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4/18/2008

Ramen RAAMEN

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Raamen, Ramen, ラーメン Chinese noodle soup

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Explanation

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Ramen (Katakana: ラーメン; Kanji: 拉麺, rāmen) is a Japanese noodle dish that originated in China. la mien turned into Ramen.
It tends to be served in a meat-based broth, and uses toppings such as sliced pork (チャーシュー, chāshū), dried seaweed (海苔, nori), kamaboko, green onions, and even corn. Almost every locality or prefecture in Japan has its own variation of ramen, from the tonkotsu ramen of Kyūshū to the miso ramen of Hokkaidō.
© MUCH more in the WIKIPEDIA !

Chinesische Nudelsuppe
Chink noodles

The "Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum" is a unique museum about ramen.
Shin-Yokohama Ramen Hakubutsukan
新横浜ラーメン博物館




raamen kokugikan ラーメン国技館 Ramen Theme Park
Odaiba Aqua City, Tokyo
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http://www.ramentokyo.com/2008/06/irohaodaiba.html
. . . http://www.gnavi.co.jp/aqua-city/e/shop/shop_ramen.html


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Ando Momofuku

Momofuku Ando (安藤 百福 ,Andō Momofuku), (March 5, 1910 – January 5, 2007) was the Taiwanese-Japanese founder and chairman of Nissin Food Products Co., Ltd., and the inventor of instant noodles and cup noodles. He was dubbed as
Mr. Noodle, The Noodle Papa, and The Ramen King.
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In 1933, Ando travelled to Osaka, Japan on business. After World War II, Ando became a Japanese citizen and moved to Japan, where he entered Ritsumeikan University and at the same time founded a small merchandising firm in Osaka with the inheritance from his family.

He was also the chairman of the International Ramen Manufacturers' Association and the Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum (インスタントラーメン発明記念館) is named for him.
in Ikeda in Osaka.

© More in the WIKIPEDIA !

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Ramen is usually served in a special bowl with a wide rim and a Chinese pattern.
raamendon ラーメン丼 ramen bowl

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A typical spoon for ramen or other Chinese dishes
raamenrenge ラーメンレンゲスプーン
ramenrenge

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Sometimes with a little hook to hang it on the rim of the bowl when you eat the noodles with your chopsticks.

And now the new invention, all in one !

Raamen supuun ラーメンスプーン Spoon for Ramen Soup
with a fork to pick up the noodles

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Daruma Ken, Sapporo だるま軒




In 1940’s, after the world war 2 was over, there used to be many food-stalls lined along Sosei River, one of them was "Daruma-ken" owned by Senji Nishiyama. Ramen of his came to have good reputation especially for its good hand-made noodles, so he got to sell the noodles to other ramen stands. In those days they made 2 kinds of ramen soup, one was soy-sauce base, the other clear-soup base.
While the owner of "Aji no Sampei" restaurant, Morito Omiya, came to have a new recipe for making another soup of “miso” our traditional foodstuff around 1955.

At the same time, Takayuki Nishiyama, cousin of the Daruma-ken owner and in charge of making the noodles for the stall, succeeded in making the best noodles matching the miso soup-ramen finally.( He is the first president of Nishiyama Noodles Co.)

In this way, the best match of the curly chewy noodle and miso soup was made. Especially in the cold season this ramen keeping our body warm, good combination of taste and various ingredients, appealed to us all in Hokkaido.
source www.welcome.city.sapporo.jp/




Serving soy sauce ramen, salt ramen, miso ramen and many other types.

Eating from this bowl, your stomach and your heart will smile!
Enjoy this bowl from the Northern part of Japan/


The Store Curtain NOREN


source :  www.darumaken.com
... だるま軒物語
... Darumaken Gallery

札幌市中央区南3条東1丁目
(市営地下鉄南北線大通り駅 徒歩7分)
TEL : 011-251-8224


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博多だるま「福岡・博多」豚骨ラーメン
Hakata Daruma - Fukuoka Tonkotsu Ramen

Fukuoka Prefecture, Fukuoka, Chuo, Watanabedori, 1丁目8−25

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Hakata Daruma’s ramen is considered the representative ramen of Fukuoka. The soup has received historical recognition across the nation. The restaurant’s most popular ramen is topped with chashu, which is made from a rare cut of pork cheek. A usual order of ramen costs 700 yen with an additional fee of 150 yen for an extra serving of noodles to slurp up with any remaining soup. Free extras include sesame seeds and ginger to add a different taste.
The rich flavor of the soup
is achieved by boiling pork hind-legs over long periods of time. This makes it irresistible once Daruma’s distinctively thin noodles are added, a characteristic of the restaurant since its establishment in 1963. Again, Hakata Daruma provides customers with the option to choose how hard they’d like their noodles. If you’re a ramen first-timer, it’s suggested to go with the standard noodle texture and you can work out your preferences from there.
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More . . . DARUMA Restaurants

Cup soup <> カップラーメン Cup Ramen, Cup Raamen


”だるまラーメン” Daruma RAMEN ... more Photos !  

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ranmen ラン麺 "side by side" noodles
renmen 連麺 "combined noodles"

More than one noodle toghter, the largest batch is about 4 cm wide and consits of 14 ramen noodles side by side.
A shop in Tokyo has a maschine to make "combined noodes", from two to 14 and still tries to combine more. They keep the soup better and thus taste better.
But you can not really slurp them like "real" ramen noodles.
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gotoonin raamen ご当人ラーメン ramen made by a speciality cook

raamen tsuu ラーメン通 expert on ramen, connoisseur

raamemzuki ラーメン好き someone who loves ramen

raota, ra ota ラオタ/ ラー御宅 ramen otaku, ramen nerd


raamen banku ラーメンデータバンク ramen databank
http://www.ramendatabank.co.jp/



Torasan raamen とらさん ラーメン 誌 月刊
torasan Tokyo no Ramenya San Magazine
Monthly Magazine about Ramen
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Local Ramen Specialities

120 Kurashiki ramen noodle soup
Kurashiki Ramen


Fujisan Ramen 富士山ラーメン vom Fujiyama
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Hakata Ramen 博多ラーメン in Fukuoka
made with a soup of bone marrow from pork
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WASHOKU : Hakata Ramen in FUKUOKA
Hakata Daruma Tonkotsu Ramen 博多 だるま


Hakata Shio Ramen 伯方塩ラーメン
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Kasaoka raamen 笠岡ラーメン
Okayama prefecture


Kitakata Ramen 喜多方ラーメン
The first was "genraiken" 源来軒, come and get it shop, opened by Fan Quinxing.
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Kurashiki Ramen 倉敷ラーメン
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Okayama Hokkee Ramen 岡山 ほっけゑラーメン
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Onomichi Ramen 尾道ラーメン
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Sapporo Ramen 札幌ラーメン
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Takayama Ramen 高山ラーメン
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Tokyo Ramen 東京ラーメン
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Wakayama Ramen 和歌山ラーメン
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Yokohama Ramen 横浜ラーメン
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Ramen from Japan
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Different Ramen Soup Preparations

hiyashi ramen 冷やしラーメンcold
miso raamen 味噌ラーメン with miso
shio raamen 塩ラーメン with salt
shooyu raamen 醤油ラーメン with soy sauce
tonkotsu raamen 豚骨ラーメン、トンコツラーメン with pork bones

tomuyamukun raamen トムヤムクン・ラーメン Tomyamkun Thai-Style
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Different Ramen Topping Preparations


chokoreeto raamen チョコレートラーメン Chocolate Ramen
... choko raamen チョコラーメ choko raumen
a salty sweet from Hokkaido, with chicken flavor and chocolate on noodles.
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gyuutan raamen 牛タンラーメン with beef tongue
Speciality form Sendai, Miyagi.
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inoshishi raamen いのししラーメン with wild boar meat, from Niimi town, Okayama 新見市岡山県
with soy sauce or miso taste

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gotoochi gurume, ご当地グルメ local gourmet food

gotoochi raamen ご当地ラーメン local ramen soup



karee raamen カレーラーメン
Muroran karee raamen 室蘭カレーラーメン Ramen with curry from Muroran, Hokkaido


sakekasu raamen 酒糟ラーメン soup with sake lees
Sakekasu Ramen



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suupu karee raamen スープカレーラーメン soup curry ramen
Hokkaido with nama collagen, milk from Hokkaido
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suppon raamen すっぽんらーめん with soft-shelled sea turtle


tenkake raamen てんかけラーメン
from Wakayama, with a lot of tenkasu and wakame
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Different Ramen Namings 



Tsuribaka nisshi raamen 釣りバカ日誌ラーメン
"Fishing addicts diary"
with soy sauce seafood taste or salty seafood taste
from エースコック Eesukokku /Acecook Co.
Named after a famous movie.
The story focuses on salaryman Densuke Hamasaki (a.k.a Hama-chan), whom his supervisor Sasaki has dubbed the "Fishing Baka" because of his passion for fishing. One day Hama-chan meets and befriends an older fisherman named Su-san, who turns out to be Ichinosuke Suzuki, the CEO of the "Suzuki Construction" company that Hama-chan works for. The stories tend to focus on their relathionship inside and outside of the office.
Toshiyuki Nishida, Rentaro Mikuni
© More in the WIKIPEDIA ! Fishing Fool's Diary
This is one of the long-running TV series about a fishing duo.
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Yoshitsune raamen 義経ラーメン Yoshitsune ramen
The owner of this recipe claims to be a descendant of Yoshitsune and Shizuka Gozen. The noodles are broad and strong, like this warrior.

. Minamoto no Yoshitsune 源の義経 (1159 - 1189) .
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Prevent the soup from splashing with this shampoo shield ...

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Daruma ramen ...
again and again
I wonder

Gabi Greve, November 2008



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Related words

..... Soups

***** WASHOKU ... Noodles (menrui  麺類 - めんるい)

Momozono Robot Ramen 桃園ロボットラーメン a robot makes Ramen !



raamen pan ラーメンパン ... see ramen bread


WASHOKU : General Information

WASHOKU : Regional Japanese Dishes

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