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[JUDGES DEMO] Bgirl Nagi – Queen of Queens – Japan



Arques Battle Brams du 10 AVRIL 2016

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NAGI – JAPAN
FARID – BAD TRIP
ROOKIE ROC – BELGIUM

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Best Japanese Food in Singapore of Asia



Free video about Japanese cuisine. This free video was created for you by and can be used for free under the creative commons license with the attribution of epSos.de as the original author of this Japanese cuisine video.

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The Japanese cuisine as a national cuisine has evolved through the centuries, because of many political and social changes, starting with ancient times, in which most of the cooking was influenced by Chinese culture.

There are many opinions about what is essential in Japanese cooking. Many think of sushi meals or elegant stylized formal kaiseki originated as part of the tea ceremony Japanese. Many Japanese, however, think of the everyday food of the Japanese people – especially the one that existed before the end of the Meiji Era (1868 – 1912) or before the Second World War. Few modern urban Japanese know their traditional cuisine.

Traditional Japanese cuisine is dominated by white rice. Any other dish served during a meal is considered a side dish. These are used to enhance the flavor of the rice. A traditional Japanese breakfast consists of a soup miso (shiro miso), rice, and a vegetable pickle. The most common food, however, is called ichijū-sansai (“one soup, three side dishes”) with a different technique for each preparation.

In Japanese tradition some dishes are closely linked to certain holidays or events. Usually not considered possible to cook authentic Japanese food without shō-yu ( soy sauce ), miso and dashi.

It is said that teppanyaki is an American invention, and the California roll, and while the former has been well received in Japan, the other not, and even worse, is considered by the Japanese sushi. In any case, thanks to some recent in American culture as fashions Iron Chef and restaurants benihana, Japanese cuisine is fused with American life slowly. Japanese food, branded as exotic in the west to 70, is now quite common in the continental United States, and has even been fully integrated into the kitchen of Hawaii.

Like most countries, Japan incorporates the favorite dishes from around the world (mainly Asia, Europe, and also, but not both, of the American continent). The Chinese cuisines, French, Italian and Spanish are of particular interest to the Japanese. Many imported dishes are adapted to Japanese tastes by reducing the amount of spices or changing part of the recipe (the kimchi Korean fermented origin, became less fermented shrimp in vinegar). Other changes include replacing the main ingredient or add any ingredients that might be considered taboo in their country of origin (as sheets of boiled egg, corn sweet shrimp, nori, or even mayonnaise sauce instead of tomato on the pizza ).

A number of foreign dishes have been adapted to the extent that they are considered almost Japanese, being an integral part of any family meal in Japan. Yet even these are considered Yoshoku as if they were imported. Perhaps the best example of this is the curry rice imported into the nineteenth century through the UK.

One of the oldest dishes is imported tempura, although it is assumed that its foreign roots are unknown to most people, including many Japanese. As such, it is considered washoku. The tempura came to Japan thanks to Mariners Portuguese in the sixteenth century as a technique for cooking fish.

Japanese cuisine continues to expand and adapt, has created hundreds of different recipes significantly from that which was the original, but keeping certain “air” with their origins. For example, the ” Curry “from India, imported from the United Kingdom, has merged with variety of foods to create new recipes. Curry made ​​with “dashi” pour over fish “udon” creating “Kare Udon”. Used to fill buns then fry in oil creates “Kare Pan” (literally “curry bread”). According to some consumer groups curry in Japan, the correct way to eat curry rice is putting soy sauce on the curry and eaten with pickled vegetables called fukujinzuke. Other recipes are so exotic that are considered culinary localism. In Nagoya, a plate of spaghetti Macha dessert is served in restaurants with fresh sweet cream, jelly beans, ice cream, and fruit. This last recipe is definitely a standard fusion cuisine in Japan.

Because Japan is a archipelago is play fish and seafood play an important role in the diet. During the occupation by the Americans after the Second World War was bread introduced as a new Western foods. The Japanese cuisine has some resemblance to the cuisine of other countries in East Asia, the most significant difference is probably the a lot more economical use of oil and spices. Rather, the natural taste of fresh produce should be kept to clearly receive. The foods used in Japanese cuisine and the manner of their preparation will be happy to provide additional reasons for the remarkably high life expectancy viewed the Japanese population.

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New Massive 628-pax Japan Food Town – 16 eateries opening at Wisma Atria’s Isetan on July 16, 2016



In July, a new cluster of 16 Japanese restaurants will open on the fourth floor of the Isetan department store in Wisma Atria, many of them the first overseas branches of popular eateries in Japan. Called Japan Food Town, its tenants include Sushi Takewaka, which is opening its first outpost beyond the 28-year-old shop in Tokyo’s famous Tsukiji market. The Singapore outlet will serve sushi made using more than 20 types of fish, including hon-maguro and sea bream. Another highlight is udon restaurant Sato Yosuke, which has a 150-year-old tradition of serving handmade Inaniwa udon, a thinner version of the noodles. There is also Nabe Seizan, an offshoot of two-Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant Seizan, which is in Mita, Tokyo. It serves Japanese hotpots featuring a dashi stock. Diners can also tuck into fried chicken from Rang Mang Shokudo, a Tokyo chain known for its buttermilk-marinated chicken; or sip sake from Dassai, a prestigious sake brand from Yamaguchi Prefecture, which will open its first overseas bar here.

The restaurants have been selected out of more than 100 shortlisted ones in a Japan-wide search last year. So far, all but one of the 16 eateries have been confirmed. Japan Food Town aims to showcase the best of Japanese food culture. The $8.5 million project is a collaboration between the Japan Association of Overseas Promotion for Food & Restaurants and the Cool Japan Fund. The fund, which is backed by the Japanese government, supports projects that promote Japanese goods and culture overseas.
More than half of the set-up cost of Japan Food Town were borne by the Cool Japan Fund, says Mr Nobuyuki Ota, 62, its chief executive. The restaurants were chosen for their heritage, service, quality of food and speciality dishes, he adds….

1. ANZU
This eatery uses fresh produce from Kyushu and serves signature dishes such as deep-fried black pork.
2. BONTA BONTA
This shop, which is from Tokyo, sells onigiri (Japanese rice balls) which are made with Kinmemai rice, a low-calorie brown rice.
3. DASSAI BAR
Sip on sake such as Dassai 23, which has peach and melon notes, and sake-based cocktails such as the Sakura Sling, which commemorates the 50th year of diplomatic relations between Singapore and Japan this year. It will also be served in the Long Bar at the Raffles hotel.
4. HOKKAIDO IZAKAYA
This off-shoot of a restaurant in Tanjong Pagar offers Hokkaido delicacies using produce from towns such as Yakumo and Akkeshi.
5. MACHIDA SHOTEN
Slurp up its signature ramen, cooked to diners’ preferences in a tonkotsu shoyu broth, and served with a bowl of rice.
6. NABE SEIZAN
This eatery, which specialises in nabe or Japanese hotpot, is an offshoot of two-Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant Seizan in Tokyo.
7. RANG MANG SHOKUDO
The Japanese-style fried chicken chain from Tokyo serves double- fried chicken that has been marinated in buttermilk for six hours.
8. SABAR
Savour saba or mackerel from Aomori Prefecture here.
9. SHABU SHABU TAJIMAYA
Started in 1997, this eatery serves hotpot dishes such as shabu shabu and sukiyaki.
10. SATO YOSUKE
The shop specialises in Inaniwa udon which is known for its smooth texture. The thin and chewy noodles are handmade in Akita Prefecture.
11. SUSHI TAKEWAKA
The 28-year-old sushi shop from Tokyo’s Tsukiji market serves 30 to 40 types of sushi using more than 20 types of fish. It also serves deep-fried items such as sea urchin tempura.
12. TEMPURA TSUKIJI TENKA
This restaurant, which serves tempura and donburi, is run by the Tokyo Sushi Academy, a sushi school in Chinatown Point.
13. OSAKA KITCHEN
Get transported to Osaka with dishes such as teppanyaki-style wagyu beef and okonomiyaki (savoury cabbage pancakes).
14. YAKINIKU HEIJYOEN
The restaurant is known for yakiniku using quality beef such as Matsusaka beef from Japan.
15. YOMODA SOBA
The noodle joint, which attracts long queues at its Tokyo store, serves soba bowls topped with vegetable tempura.

A new cluster of Japanese restaurants in Wisma Atria will feature new names from Japan. Massive 628-pax Japan Food Town opening at Wisma Atria level 4 in July 2016. Real deal Japanese food. 16 eateries in Isetan Orchard’s new Japan Food Town. Japan Food Town Will Bring Some Of Japan’s Best Eateries To Singapore. Japan Food Town to open at Wisma Atria on 16 July 2016. Here’s what to look forward to.

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JAPAN CANDY TASTE TEST – Yum Box



Today Mario and I try out the Yum Box!! This Yum Box is the Japan Edition Let us know if you enjoyed the video and what other food/candy from other countries you would like us to try!

JAPAN CANDY TASTE TEST – Yum Box

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Culinary Asia Japan (Part 1/4)



A Discovery Channel series about the culinary cuisines of Asia

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EXOTIC FOODS WITH AUSTIN EVANS



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Top 10 Life Lessons From East-Asian Culture



Top 10 Life Lessons From East-Asian Culture
Living in an Asian country such as China, Japan or South Korea can be a life-changing experience. From the clean streets, to the trains and busses running on time, to the politeness of the people, it’s hard for a foreigner to not be impressed by their way of life. Here are the Top 10 Life Lessons From East-Asian Culture that we can all incorporate into our lives.
1. There’s More To Politeness Than “Please” & “Thank You”
Politeness, respectfulness and selflessness are all things we can pick up from East-Asian Culture. In fact, in the Korean language, “Please” is incorporated into every single verb as part of an honorific system in which one shows respect for others. However, it doesn’t stop there. Every time you walk into a shop or a restaurant, the owners or workers will always take the time to welcome you. Also, if you ever need help or directions, many people will drop what they’re doing just to help a total stranger.
2. Putting Others Before Yourself
The nicest way to show others how important they are to you is to show them that you think of them. Do this by giving your friend the bigger half of the cookie, your mother the better seat in the restaurant, or your guest the centre position in the photo. Why not make people feel special? Did you just buy some cakes or sweets at the bakery? Bring an extra one back for your neighbour or friend to show them kindness. There are many ways of celebrating relationships.
3. Gentleness Is A Good Thing
East-Asian Society is very gentle. People wait in long lines without complaint. There is no road rage. There are no raised voices, no sighs, no dirty looks or rolls of the eyes. They are resilient and seem to live and breathe this calm, cool manner.
4. Including Everybody
East-Asian Culture can show us that including everybody in the group is a great way to accept all people and promote tolerance for those who are different from us. In Japan, you always invite everyone concerned, even if you don’t like some of them. There’s no sharing your beers just among your own friends, or inviting only some of your co-workers out. There will be no awkward moments as some stay behind because they realise they haven’t been invited to the second party. All people present are included in photos too, without concern for whether someone is actually a relative, friend or even a part of the scene.
5. The Importance Of Giving Thanks
Many Asian people will go out of their way just to thank you. Failing that, they will keep it in mind for the next time they see you. It may seem a bit over-the-top in practice, but it sure is nice knowing that you’re appreciated by others.
6. Respect For Others’ Property
Just because something isn’t chained down doesn’t mean you can take it. The phrase “finder’s keepers, losers weepers” doesn’t exist in Asia, and nor should it. In South Korea, if it’s not yours, you don’t take it, it’s that simple.
7. Accepting & Returning Favours
You quickly learn that you don’t just accept favours, you return them too. Almost everything you do for someone will be followed by a kind gesture, with no words necessarily exchanged, as if it’s expected.
8. Learn To Clean Up After Yourself
At one of the World Cup Football matches in Brazil in 2014, the Japanese fans famously cleaned up their section of the stadium. If you’ve been to Japan, or any other East-Asian Country, this won’t surprise you. They always clean up after themselves. If you have a house party, you can expect everyone to help you clean up – and even do the dishes – before they leave. They also clean up after others without being asked to, even if it’s not really their responsibility to do so.
9. Drunkenness Is No Excuse For Violence
Contrary to popular belief, East-Asian people can drink… A lot! However, unlike Western countries, they have an astounding ability to remain respectful and tolerable of others whilst heavily under the influence. Bar fights are extremely rare and most people just drink and be merry.
10. Avoid Arguments – Become A Better Listener
East-Asian people are soft-spoken. They’re often humble, modest and sometimes shy. They tend to let others speak first before jumping into the conversation. They’re very good listeners! Giving others the chance to express their opinions without someone immediately challenging them is important because it allows others to open up and share their ideas. We become less judgmental when we try to understand other people’s views, so try to have less debates and more discussions.

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Visiting An Asian Import Store

Visiting An Asian Import Store

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In this video we visit an asian import store. They carry foods from all over Asia, but we will take a look at some Japanese, and Korean ones. In this video I check out bento boxes, instant ramen, Psy, FAKE POCKY, Tea, Sake, and Squid Sauce.

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What Does the Environment Try to eat for Breakfast?

What Does the Environment Try to eat for Breakfast?



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Takeshi Niinami at TEDxSendai (English)

Takeshi Niinami at TEDxSendai (English)



Mr. Takeshi Niinami is President & Main Govt Officer of Lawson, Inc., the next biggest ease retailer chain operator in Japan with around 10,000 keep stores in Japan, China, Indonesia, and the US. A indigenous of Yokohama, Takeshi has had a lengthy job in the private sector and in the food items and retail businesses. He commenced his job in 1981 at Mitsubishi Corporation, and in 1995, he started Sodex Corporation (existing LEOC Co., Ltd.), a clinical foods assistance joint undertaking concerning Mitsubishi and Sodexho in France, and served as its CEO. In 2000, at Mitsubishi he started the Lawson Undertaking Administration Dept. & Food items Company Organization Dept.

He was appointed President and CEO of Lawson in 2002 and has developed the business around the final nine several years. In 2005 he was awarded the “Excellent Supervisor Award” by Keidanren and the “Great Manager Award for Conversation” by the Japan Institute for Social and Economic Affairs. In 2006, he got the “Greatest Dressed Award” from Japan Men’s Manner Unity. He is Vice Chairman of Keizai Doyukai (Japan Affiliation of Company Executives), Chairman of its Committee on Agricultural Reforms. Mr. Niinami is active in the nearby and international business local community and is active on a selection of boards and with the Entire world Economic Forum. He is a member of the Asia Business Council and the Trilateral Fee.

Mr. Niinami was an exchange scholar at Stanford College and acquired his Bachelor of Economics diploma from Keio College and his MBA diploma from Harvard Company School.

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