Japanese Cuisine follows the “Three-Fifth” rules which are: 5 tastes, 5 colores, and 5 cooking ways. 5 tastes include: sweet, sour, spicy, bitter, and salty. 5 colors includes: white, yellow, red, green and black. And 5 cooking ways are: raw, stew, grill, fry, and steam
It is interesting to note that in Japan, the main sushi chef in the traditional sushi kitchen who makes the most delicious sushi is usually male. So why can’t female be like that? This article will help you answer the questions that many people have asked for so long!
Let discover these 3 super-healthy seaweeds with Iki. Remember to eat a lot of seaweed while you're at Iki.
Washoku – a Japanese traditional cultural cuisine is one of UNESCO's world heritage sites. And when talking about this cultural cuisine, Sushi is can’t be missed. However, not all of us know the Japanese rules of eating sushi exactly. This article will introduce you the Japanese traditional ways to enjoy sushi.
Did you know that not all part of tuna can be used to make sashimi or sushi? So how is each part of tuna used correctly? Let find out with IKI!