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Washoku is the Japanese word for Japanese cuisine. This blog will introduce Japanese food, the chefs, dishes, pottery, and Japanese culture. All photos are by Naoko Takagi, contributions from other individuals will be noted.

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Sake Paste Soup (Kasujiru)

Sake Paste Soup (Kasujiru) with turnip, black trumpet mushrooms, kelp bass and watercress. photo by NAOKO TAKAGI
Sake Paste Soup (Kasujiru) with turnip, black trumpet mushrooms, kelp bass and watercress


Sake Paste Soup (Kasujiru) with turnip, black trumpet mushrooms, kelp bass and watercress. photo by NAOKO TAKAGI
Sake Paste Soup (Kasujiru) with turnip, black trumpet mushrooms, kelp bass and watercress


Sake Paste Soup (Kasujiru)

One of the traditional Japanese winter dish. This highly nutritious soup makes us not only healthy but the alcohol content gives us a warm sensation.


Chef: Hirohisa Hayashi
Photos: Naoko Takagi

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