Chuo University’s Biscuit

I was given the biscuit by the Prof. of Chuo University.

We had a meeting 2 years ago in Tokyo, and we promised to see each other in London.
I am very happy to get the biscuits!

Thanks to Chuo University and Colombin conpany.


Hand made Nattou

Nattou is a traditional Japanese food made from soybeans.

Here are photos of how to make it.

soybeans 300g
soak in water one over night.




drain the water.




put in to the pressur cooker and steam.

steam for 40 minites.

During the time, make ready the Nattou riquid, add the powder to cooled boil water.
I got the Nattou powder in Japan. If you can not get the powder, you can buy Nattou in London and mix with the steamed soybeans.

Mix the Nattou riquid and the soybeans.

Put in to the bottles.

Set the yogult maker.

After 26 hours.

Put in to the frige for two days.
Then you can eat.

Add the soy sauce.
I recommend eating with white race.


Fried Chichen

On christmas day, Japanese eat fried chichen.
I am not liar, but British people do not believe me.

Here is the recipe of fried chichen with Japanese Liquid Shio Koji.
You can cook jucy and soft fried chichen without pressure cooker.


500g Chickin wings  (I bought at Waitrose)
2tbsp Japanese Liquid Shio Koji (You can buy in London)
1/2tbsp Thyme
1/2tbsp Basil
1/3tbsp Oregano
1tbsp Celery salt
1/2tbsp Black pepper
1tbsp White pepper
1tbsp Dried mustard
3tbsp Paprika
2tbsp Garlic granules
1tbsp Ground ginger
1cup Corn starch