Going from the pinnacle of restaurants in Peru to the pursuit of original ingred・・・

Hello everyone! Are you hungrily waiting? It’s me Suzuki, one of the editors for KitchHike. At long last the final chapter of Tetsu Ota, who has train

At the heart of indigenousness there is creativity! After working in Milano as a・・・

Hi everyone. I’m sure you’ve all been wondering what will happen next. I’m Suzuki, one of the editors for KitchHike. This is the continuing story of T

The Chef Tetsu Ota who spent half his life as if it were a movie studying around・・・

Hello everyone, it’s me Suzuki, one of the editors for KitchHike. How are you enjoying the meals? This is an interview planned by KitchHike! This is t

Food is a very important aspect of Japanese culture. All together KitchHike was ・・・

I’m Lisette, a Dutchie struck by wanderlust. During my trip through Asia and New-Zealand I traveled through beautiful Japan. Backpacking in joll

Buddhism through Cooking : The finished meal & What it means to Mr. Aoe・・・

Hi, I’m Richard from KitchHike editor’s team. Did you read Vol.1[Buddhism through Cooking : How one Buddhist is shares religion within the

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Hi, I’m Richard from KitchHike editor’s team. The other day, we headed down to 浅草 (Asakusa), an area in Tokyo very popular with tourists, and one of m

Edmamae, Japans favorite snack!|KitchHike

If you ask Japanese people, many of them will tell you that they love 酒 (sake) or alcohol. Not to be confused with 日本酒 (nihonshu) which is the rice wi

Unforgettable evening! Japanese home made meals are not only delicious, but it a・・・

I’ve been living in Japan for about three years. My Japanese needs some work, and there I still many aspects of Japanese culture that I’d like to/feel

The Japanese Way: How to Eat Japanese Food like the Natives・・・

My name’s Richard. I moved to Japan in 2012 to further my studies of the Japanese language, as well as to learn more about Japanese culture. I’d like

We met the best Japanese home made meals and COOK through KitchHike!・・・

Visiting Japan for the first time, and only for a week, my brother and I knew that we would be trying as many new and different foods in a short space
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