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Online Metric Conversion Tools
Japanese recipes use metric measurements. Here are links to online measurement conversion tools.

Osechi Ryori Japanese New Year Foods
Foods symbolic of good health, wealth and luck help usher in the New Year with delicious tradition in Japan.

Oshiruko Mochi Soup Recipe
Little toasted mochi cakes float in a simple broth made with sweet anko.

Oyako Donburi Recipe
This dish represents the mother-child relationship as it features both chicken and egg, simmered together and served on steamed white rice.

Ozoni New Year Good Luck Soup Recipe
A true Japanese person will not usher in the New Year without eating a bowl of ozoni, if he can help it. One’s entire year of luck hinges on this auspicious mochi soup.

Panko Japanese Bread Crumbs Recipe
Panko, or Japanese bread crumbs, is different from other types of bread crumbs. If you cannot buy panko pre-packaged, you can make your own using this easy recipe.

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.

Preserved Sakura Cherry Leaves Recipes
Cherry leaves preserved in salt are used in delicious ways in Japanese cuisine. Here are two methods for making your own.

Quick and Easy Cabbage Tsukemono Recipe
Unlike other tsukemono recipes, this one can be eaten within only a few hours after salting.

Quick and Easy Tempura Recipe
Tempura, battered and deep-fried, was introduced by the Portugese. The Japanese improved upon the heavy texture but it takes a skilled hand. This version is more like the original, and it is quick and easy.

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