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Japanese Beef Gyudon Recipe
Gyudon is a donburi made with thinly sliced beef simmered in a soy sauce broth that is similar to the one used for sukiyaki. In a way, it tastes like sukiyaki on rice.

Japanese Shrimp Tendon Recipe
Tempura fried shrimp served with a flavorful sauce on hot rice is a favorite donburi dish.

Shoyu Ramen Recipe
Even if you don't make your ramen (chukamen) noodles from scratch, do try to make your own ramen broth. The difference between instant ramen soup packets and homemade is similar to that of instant bouillon cubes and rich, homemade stock.

Tonkotsu, Butter Corn and Miso Ramen Recipes
Ramen enjoys a cult-like following in Japan with these three popular noodle soup broths with very different flavors.

Chukamen Ramen Noodles from Scratch Recipe
Not many people make ramen noodles from scratch when fresh noodles are so readily available at stores and restaurants, but here is a good homemade recipe in case you feel ambitious.

Shabu Shabu Recipe
Literally meaning “swish-swish” or the sound made as you swish meats and vegetables in the simmering broth, shabu shabu is a table-top, cook-it-yourself dish that is entertaining and delicious.

Basic Dashi or Japanese Stock Recipes
The foundation of Japanese cooking is a good, clear seaweed and fish broth. Here are several simple recipes.

Practice Makes Perfect in Japanese Cooking
If you aspire to perfecting your Japanese cooking skills, remember the three requirements of a good apprentice: practice, practice, practice.

Guava Kanten Recipe
Guava is a tropical fruit not easily found in Japan, but when many Japanese immigrated to the Pacific Islands, indigenous ingredients like guava found their way into Japanese recipes.

Toshikoshi Soba Recipes
Toshikoshi means “end of the year” and these buckwheat noodles are eaten on New Year’s Eve to ring out the old year.

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