Everyday home cooked meals in Japan

By nagomistation - Last updated: 水曜日, 1月 18, 2012 - Save & Share - Leave a Comment
Story by Megumi

This is the simmered vegetables which called as Nimono(煮物)in Japanese.


Simmer carrot, lotus root, “Konnyaku” and any other vegetables with soy sauce, mirin and Sake. Sometimes we add the chicken in it as well. The taste of these kind of Nimono depends on each home.

Do you want to try making this carrot flower? Check the video below you can find how to make it. (Though it’s in Japanese, but you must understand by just watch it.)

Megumi Kusunoki, (@nagomistation) currently a cooking instructor in Tokyo started Nagomi Kitchen in hopes for people around the world to learn more about real Japanese food. Combining her passion for tourism as a former scuba diving instructor, bus tour guide, and marketing and sales manager for an online guide for tourists coming to Japan, and food, Nagomi Kitchen was born out of a labor of love. She hopes that through Nagomi Kitchen more people will become more familiar with Japanese food and ingredients and be able to incorporate Japanese home cooking into their daily meal.


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