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Kochi Prefecture's Treehouse Café Perch  ツリーハウスカフェperch Nestled in the heart of Ino, Kochi, lies a quaint café that is both charming and enchanting in equal measure. As a first-time visitor to this peaceful area, I was struck by the beauty of the surrounding landscape, with its rolling hills and lush green forests stretching out as far as the eye could see. Ko-chan, the 10 year old owner Upon arriving at the café, I was warmly welcomed by Kochan, a delightful 10-year-old girl who serves as the café's owner and manager. Her family had built a magical treehouse that served as...


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If you're a fan of cooking, then you know that having a great knife is important. Sure, you can get by with a cheap knife from the grocery store, but it's not going to be the same as having a quality knife that's designed for precision cutting. That's where Japanese knives come in.   Japanese knives are some of the best in the world, and they're perfect for anyone who wants to up their cooking game. In this guide, we'll go over everything you need to know about Japanese knives, including the different types of knives, the best places to...


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The History of Onigiri for Delicious Japanese Cuisine Onigiris are traditional Japanese fast food that's made of rice. The onigiri is then wrapped in seaweed and often filled with fish, meat, vegetables or anything else you might think of. Traditionally, the onigiri was carried by travelers as food that could be quickly eaten on the go. In an 11th-century diary written by Murasaki Shikibu Nikki, there is mention of people eating rice balls. At that time, onigiri were not called onigiri, but tonjiki instead, and often eaten during outdoor picnic lunches. Most people attribute the origins of onigiri to the...




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