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2023 Editions

September 2023: Scarecrows in the Fields
August 2023: Obon Summer Holidays
July 2023:
June 2023: Ice is Nice
May 2023:
Japanese GREEN TEA
April 2023:
Wisteria (Fuji no Hana)
March 2023
Many Shades of Red
February 2023: Naga Negi
January 2023: Hakusai

2022 Editions

December 2022: Ichiya-Boshi
November 2022:
Celebrating 7-5-3
October 2022:
Salmon and Sāmon
September 2022: Harvest Moon Dumplings
August 2022: CHAMPURU Happy Hodgepodge
July 2022: KAMPYŌ Edible Gourd Ribbons
June 2022:YAKUMI condiments
May 2022: Earthy GOBŌ
April 2022:Urui (Elusive Taste of Spring)
March 2022:
KUSHI (Skewers)
February 2022: Lotus Root
January 2022: Buri

2021 Editions

Late December 2021: Begin the New Year with Ozōni
Special Edition Launching LESSONS
November 2021: Chrysanthemums
October 2021: Halloween in Japan
September 2021: Sudachi & Kabosu
August 2021: Watermelon
July 2021: Celebrating the Seas, sea vegetables
June 2021: cold noodles Hiyashi Chūka
May 2021: ocha-zuké, rice moistened with green tea broth
April 2021: Colorful Carrots
March 2021: Edible Sakura blossoms & leaves
February 2021: AKU NUKI Bitterness Removal
January 2021: BANZUKÉ Ranking & ODEN

2020 Editions

Late December 2020: Mochi Tsuki
December 2020:Boxes & Baskets Filled with Food
November 2020: Groovy Grinding SURIBACHI
October 2020: Educated Sweet Potato
September 2020: Nanban-Zuké
August 2020 : Domburi Big Bowls
July 2020: Soba Noodles
June 2020:
Kitchen Strategies
May 2020: TSUDOI Project
April 2020: Rice Bundles
Special Edition: Going Viral
March 2020: Doll’s Day (Hina Matsuri)
February 2020: Japan’s Love Affair with Chocolate
January 2020: New Year, New Start, New Website

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