Sushi Blog

How Japanese Firefighters Live and Work

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Firefighters represent the true definition of heroes.  They work under extremely dangerous conditions, risking their own lives to save others as they battle fires. In this video, Paolo follows Soushi, 22-year-old firefighter who works for a Tokyo Fire Department to give us a glimpse into his entire day revolving around the work of a Japanese firefighter.

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Japanese Art Student Create Sushi That Rocks

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About 12 months into the COVID era, how we handled the vicissitude speaks volume of who we are.  Hana, a student of a Japanese art college spent over a year to create something mouthwatering, yet inedible. The art student carved delightful sushi from stones and used no paint in the process to bring the stones to life.  These remarkable pieces of art were entered into an exhibition hosted by Japan's five top art universities.

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How To Make The Best Potato Dish In A Flash

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There is more to potatoes than French fries or baked potatoes.  Spuds can be turned into a delicious hearty meal instead of a sideshow of an entrée.  Follows this simple recipe and you will never look at potatoes the same way again.

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Inside Look At A Japanese Mushroom Farm

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Shiitake mushroom is one of the most popular mushrooms in Japan for its aromatic and rich woody flavor and robust texture.  The meaty mushroom's versatile applications from sataying, grilling, to using in soup represent a dominant share of Japan's mushroom market driving the cultivation industry to success.  John takes us on a tour of Yukimuro mushroom farm to reveal its efficient process of turning fungi into food.

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What Is A Vegan Sushi Burrito?

Posted by Sadao Sasaki on

Living healthy does not have to be a demanding process.  With a dearth of effort and creativity, you can keep your health and weight under control.  This video shows how to make vegan sushi burritos with what you most likely have in your fridge.

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