All Japan News Blog
2018-10-24
By Keiko Fukuda Palos Verdes is a residential area in the suburbs where you find many ethnic groups including Japanese. Compared to its west side which faces the Pacific Ocean, the east side, looking ...
2018-10-01
By Kosuke Kuji Hidetoshi Nakata, former professional Japanese soccer player representing Japan, is serving as executive member and judge for the contest “SAKE COMPETITION 2018” that judges the most de...
2018-09-30
By Elli Sekine At last, “Nagi”, a ramen restaurant chain, which is growing very quickly in Japan and Asia, opened the first US location in Palo Alto in June. Since their name is very well-known in Jap...
2018-09-29
By Yuji Matsumoto It would be a waste to enjoy distilled liquor, honkaku shochu and boutique sake as cocktails. While drinking them straight will not necessarily expand the flavors nor add body, sake ...
2018-09-28
By Aya Ota A kakigōri specialty establishment, which was launched by a young American guy has become the topic of conversation. The name of the place is “Bonsai Kakigōri” – it is a kind of name that g...
2018-09-26
By Keiko Fukuda Alhambra is a residential area in the eastern suburbs of Los Angeles. Many Chinese mericans live in this town, and shops and restaurants are concentrated around the traffic light where...
2018-08-23
By Kosuke Kuji The International Wine Challenge (IWC) started the Japanese Sake Division since 2007, with one “Champion Sake” selected every year from around the world. The first champion sake “Kikuhi...
2018-08-23
By Elli Sekine In a corner of a shopping center in the suburbs of San Francisco, there is a café decorated with flowers and plants, looking like a café on a street of a French town. Comforting Ghibli ...
2018-08-22
By Yuji Matsumoto I was blessed with an opportunity to attend a lecture targeting salesmen for a wholesaler of Japanese food products in the U.S. The attendees handle various Japanese food products in...
2018-08-21
By Aya Ota The very Japanese-looking façade of a restaurant that stands out on a busy street called the “Restaurant Row” in Times Square’s Theater District, catches your eyes. It is “Sushi Seki”, whic...