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Hamaguri Ushio-jiro Clam Soup Recipe
This traditional clam soup is often served on Hina-matsuri or Girls’ Day because the clam symbolizes a particular part of the female anatomy.

Happy Hubby Sweet Bacon Musubi Recipe
My Caucasian husband does not like plain musubi or onigiri (white rice ball) which presented a problem in our marriage until I made him this version that satisfies his love of bacon.

Hawaii-style Maki Sushi Rolls
Many Japanese immigrated to the Hawaiian Islands around the turn of the 20th century, bringing with them traditional foods and customs. But the Hawaiian, Portuguese and Chinese presence influenced the Japanese, especially their cuisine.

Hawaii-style Sushi Rice Su Recipe
Perhaps it was the plentiful sugar cane or the humid weather that influenced culinary adaptations when the Japanese immigrated to Hawaii but many recipes departed from their old world roots. Hawaii sushi is an example of an interesting variation.

Hijiki Nimono Recipe
This is a typical Japanese simmered dish of carrots, aburage (fried tofu) and hijiki seaweed.

Hinachirashi Girls Day Sushi Recipe
Hina-matsuri, or Girls Day, celebrates daughters with special foods like this colorful sushi bowl. Read more about Girls Day which also is known as Japanese Doll Festival.

Hiya Somen Chilled Noodles Recipe
Thin somen noodles cook quickly and may be eaten hot or cold. Perfect for summer meals.

Hiyashi Chukka Cold Egg Noodles Recipe
Chukkamen noodles are made into soups or yaki stir-fry dishes during warmer months but enjoyed chilled during summer.

Hiyayakko Tofu with Condiments Recipe
Usually a summer dish, fresh silken tofu is a cool, no-cook meal or appetizer. The condiments enhance the light flavor of the soybean curd.

Homemade Sweet Takuan Recipe
Make your own sweet pickled Japanese daikon radish instead of buying the pricey packaged version.

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