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Tomomi

Member of Kikkoman’s International Operations Division.
Enjoys traveling, eating tours and sports.

Tomomi

New lives

Hello, it is Tomomi.

When spring comes around, many people are beginning new lives.


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In this blog post, I will introduce how to make simple yet delicious food for those living alone for the first time and people who have just started cooking.


If you think it is a lot of work to cook, then you'll never be able to do it well.

I suggest you start with easy dishes that are difficult to get wrong.

New lives

How can we eat leftover mochi rice cakes?

Hello, it is Tomomi.

January went by in a flash and now it's February.


In Japan, January is associated with the New Year's holiday, which brings to mind mochi rice cakes.

Doing things with mocha like putting soy sauce on it or sprinkling it with kinako roasted soybean flour...

You can enjoy mochi in many different ways, and I think there are many people who love it.


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How can we eat leftover mochi rice cakes?

Hot food - Soup

Hello, it is Tomomi.

With the long winter days, it really makes me want to eat some delicious hot food.

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This time, I will introduce recipes for soups that will warm you up to your core.

Hot food - Soup

KIKKOMAN LIVE KITCHEN TOKYO

Hello, it  is Tomomi.

It is already December!!
How was your Christmas day?

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KIKKOMAN LIVE KITCHEN TOKYO

Hospital Food in Japan

Hello, it is Tomomi.


My back has been hurting me since a few months ago, so I was hospitalized for 3 days for surgery.
While in the hospital, I had a lot of free time and the only thing to look forward, to were the meals.
For this post, I thought I'd talk about hospital food in Japan.

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Hospital Food in Japan

Mushrooms

Hello, it is Tomomi.

It has gotten cool and autumn-like here, too.


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In Japan, autumn is the season for mushrooms like shimeji and maitake.

This time, I want to introduce recipes using mushrooms!

Mushrooms

Soy sauce and cheese

Hello, it is Tomomi.

The hot summer is gone and we can finally feel the breath of autumn in Japan.


In the autumn, many crops such as rice are harvested, so we can enjoy delicious seasonal dishes.

The "autumn of appetite" has come and I can't stop my appetite.


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Soy sauce and cheese

Cucumber

Hello, it is Tomomi.

The hot summer has continued in Japan.

How is it where you are?


Even if I suffer from the summer heat, I can eat cool cucumbers.

So I eat them with soy sauce and mayonnaise.

I also make cucumber pickles.


In this post, I will talk about cucumber preparations and the ways to cut them.


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Cucumber

Eel

Hello, it is Tomomi.

The very hot summer season has arrived in Japan.

We are in for an unusually hot summer this year.


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Though I said that this month I would talk about other vegetables preparations and the ways to cut them, I will instead talk about "Unagi" to get nourishment and overcome the heat.

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Preparing vegetables

Hello, it is Tomomi.

Since the rainy season began, the temperature and humidity have risen in Japan.

How are you doing?


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Preparing vegetables

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