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  1. May 19, 2011 · Sharon, some potter name are used in many areas. Some have the same kanji and other different kanji with the same sound. Send me a picture of your piece and I will try to find some information for you in Japanese. Reply Delete

  2. Aug 03, 2020 · 2 leafy vegetables to use for the next 2-3 days. 3 dense vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, etc) to use after leafy vegetables are done. 1-2 root vegetables to use throughout for 2 the next weeks. Aromatics such as garlic, ginger, green onion, and fresh herbs. Deli meat, canned tuna, or bacon for easy sandwiches or pasta.

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  5. Jan 01, 2012 · Nancy Singleton Hachisu's second book, Preserving the Japanese Way, takes a deeper look into the techniques, recipes, and local producers. Japanese Farm Food offers a unique look into life on a Japanese farm through 165 simple, clear-flavored recipes along with personal stories and over 350 stunning photographs.

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  6. Nov 20, 2019 · Onigiri Action-A staff member at our school is a whiz with Japanese dishes and kindly offered to volunteer her time to help run an Onigiri making activity with the team. Onigiri is a rice ball that is often filled with things such as umeboshi (pickled plum) and fish and can be seen in many Japanese Convenience stores and lunch boxes. I had ...

  7. Maid cafés are significant as an example of 'alternative intimacy' emerging in contemporary Japan. I use intimacy here to indicate a feeling of connectedness, closeness and comfort. This is an intentionally broad and open-ended definition; intimacy is negotiated while sharing space, time and activity.