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Japanese Cheese Cake Recipe
While American cheesecakes are dense, rich and creamy, Japanese cheese cake has a light soufflé-like texture.

Japanese Cream Pan or Cream-filled Roll Recipe
Baked sweetbread rolls filled with a rich, custardy pastry cream are requisite bakery offerings.

Cream Cheese Fruit Tart Recipe
Use fresh or canned fruit to make these creamy little tarts. There is cream cheese in both the tart shell and the sweet filling.

How to Cook Tako or Octopus Recipe
This rubbery cephalopod can be tender and flavorful when prepared properly. It is easier to cook than one might think.

Are You a Sushi Master? Quiz
How well do you know your beloved sushi? Whether you prepare it or simply savory it at your favorite sushi bar, have fun with this quiz to test your sushi savvy.

Sushi Bar Broiled Mussels Recipe
For those who do not like hot and spicy flavors, these broiled mussels have a creamy white sauce with Parmesan cheese for a light crisp crust.

Broiled Mussels with Dynamite Sauce Recipe
These mussels with bubbly hot, spicy masago-mayo topping are a sushi bar staple.

Japanese Mayonnaise Recipe
Smooth, soft and tangy, Japanese mayonnaise comes in squeezable tubes. But making your own fresh mayonnaise is very easy and more economical, too.

Scrambled Tofu Recipe
Tofu makes a delicious, high-protein, vegetarian scramble. Serve this traditional Japanese dish with or without steamed rice.

Chawan Mushi Savory Egg Custard Recipe
A savory egg custard, chawanmushi means “steamed in a cup” which is exactly how it is prepared. A chawan is a small Japanese rice bowl. Use chawan with fitted lids, if possible. If not, you can use custard cups and aluminum foil.

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