The Japanese cuisine is indeed one of the best cultural cuisines in the world. Everywhere you go, in any country, you can always find a Japanese restaurant serving authentic and delicious Japanese foods. The Japanese’s rich culture and traditions are integrated into their cuisine, with centuries and decades of economic and social changes evolving together with the regional recipes. The Japanese cuisine is filled with rice, soup, seasonal ingredients, vegetables, seafood, and noodles.
The Japanese cooking books
The magnificence of the Japanese cuisine needs to be shared to the world because the Japanese food is simply outstanding. There have been cookbooks published about Japanese cooking, but a few made it as the best Japanese home cooking books. Though the Japanese recipes are quite similar, and may vary in a few ingredients or preparation, but what sets the best Japanese cookbooks from the others is their ability to present a clear, comprehensive picture of how to cook a certain food.
Japanese Soul Cooking: Ramen, Tonkatsu, Tempura, and More from the Streets and Kitchens of Tokyo and Beyond
An assortment of 100 plus Japanese recipes about comfort food, that are presented in a way that you just want to go ahead and cook all day and night. The authors Tadashi Ono and Harris Salat presented the recipes in easy-to-understand photographs, and they made it possible to make cooking easy even for beginners.
The Just Bento Cookbook: Everyday Lunches to Go
A bento box has been a craze for years, in Japan and in any other countries. The author Makiko Itoh wrote 150 and more bento recipes with ways to organize cute bento boxes.
Sushi: Taste and Techniques
The authors Kimiko Barber and Hiroki Takemura illustrated in this cookbook the ways to make sushi in a way of attractive photographs that definitely captures the imagination.
Japanese Farm Food
Fresh vegetables always have a way to make anyone feel healthy. Nancy Singleton Hachisu and Kenji Miura made a cookbook that vividly details the Japanese recipes using fresh farm produce. The more than 160 seasonal dishes are presented with vibrant pictures that make it easy for anyone to follow.
Written by chef Takashi Yagihashi, this Japanese cookbook is all about cooking the best noodles in the comfort of your home, and is designed for noodle lovers. The 75 recipes about noodles are accompanied by colorful photographs that will definitely leave your mouth water.