Every year, the residents of Inakadate Village in Japan’s Aomori Prefecture make large scale pictures on rice paddies using four kinds of rice as their ink. The pictures are typically recreations of classic Japanese paintings, but YouTuber juzji saw that the village also had a modern inspiration for one of their artworks this year.
I am a big fan of Japanese food, so long as I can identify what it’s made from and it’s cooked. The food can’t involve fish, or wasabi, or guts of any sort. Mostly I like Japanese steak and chicken with rice.
I live in a country where rice is a staple in almost all of our meals. However, in many other countries, rice is just a side dish that’s prepared once every few months.
Cooking rice is like boiling water for most of us; but if you don’t have the time to figure out how to cook rice, then these Rice Packs are definitely what you need.
Every time I go to a Japanese restaurant, I stare in awe at the knife and food assembly skills of the sushi chefs. I can’t imagine making such perfect sushi myself, unless I could afford a sushi robot of my own.
Has Angry Birds jumped the shark yet? Given the fact that I still haven’t gotten 3 gold stars on every level and haven’t found all the golden eggs, I’m going to say no. Still, you’ve got to wonder if a game has gone too far when it starts to find its way into our stomachs.
Bento box maker extraordinaire Laura Bento created this edible Xbox 360 controller meal for her husband. The Xbox 360 bento box was made from many items not found in a conventional Xbox 360 – including seedless cucumbers, grapes, japanese yam cakes, egg white, star jelly pudding and teriyaki-flavored SPAM among other delicacies.