2016 - EN

2016 - EN · 26. Juli 2019
We like cooking as much as we like eating Japanese food. Here are some of our go-to cookbooks and recipe blogs when it comes to Japanese cuisine.

2016 - EN · 31. Mai 2016
When the weather turns from summer sunshine to gray and cold for the week-end, you might get the urge to stay home, order in and see what’s on Netflix. We know the feeling all to well and have put together the best program for your evening ! Lately, there have been some amazing movies and documentaries made around Japanese cuisine and their hidden masters who devote their lives to their art. Here are our 3 top picks:

2016 - EN · 25. April 2016
This was already the fourth edition of the Japan Matsuri hosted at the Espocentro in Bellinzona. This was our first time visiting, but it most definitely won't be our last. A multiplicity of Japan related activities as well as a pleasant crowd, without the usual overcrowding which can occur at other events of this sort, make it a unique event in Switzerland. If you're still debating if you should travel to Ticino for next year's festival ? We'd have some great arguments why you definitely...

2016 - EN · 15. März 2016
Intro Zurich has just been made more interesting with yet another culinary pop up event - but not just any pop up event. At the "Sushi & Sake - the taste of Japan" exquisite cuisine is paired with an exclusive atmosphere and friendly service in the Widder Hotel's pop up garden, charmingly decorated by Jelmoli. For those who want to treat themselves to something special should absolutely make a detour at Rennweg 7 until the 19th of March - as the ephemeral location will then have its last...

2016 - EN · 02. März 2016
Sometimes you just want to stay home and enjoy a home cooked meal among friends. So we decided to try our hands at a quick and easy Gyuudon recipe. Gyuudon is a bowl of rice topped with onions and thin slices of beef cooked in a broth consisting of dashi stock, miring, soy sauce, ginger and sugar, the whole thing topped off with a raw or an onsen egg (soft boiled egg). This dish can be savoured all over Japan in the multitude of fash food chains. As a hearty, readily available and cheap dish it...

2016 - EN · 26. Februar 2016
With the winter months in full swing, we decided to treat ourselves to some delicious and hearty Japanese hot pots, or better known as “Nabe” (Japanese for pot). One of the more bulky hot pots is Chankonabe and is traditionally eaten by sumo wrestlers. There is no set recipe for Chankonabe, however there is a rule of thumb: it has to contain a large amount protein. Common ingredients are chicken, meat, sea food, tofu, and a lot of veggies. All the ingredients are cooked in a stew in one big...

Matcha green Tea chocolates
2016 - EN · 12. Februar 2016
In Japan, Valentine’s Day has become quite a big thing. However, the imported tradition has taken on a distinct Japanese flavour. In Japan, on Valentine’s Day, it is women who give presents to men, usually chocolates. There are two types of chocolates: the “Giri-choco” (obligation chocolate), given to men with whom one has no romantic relation to, such as male friends, co-workers and even bosses. As a gesture of friendship or gratitude. And then there’s “Honmei-choco”; given to...

Hotel Restaurant Ryokan Hasenberg as guests at the St. Moritz Gourmet Festival 2016.
2016 - EN · 31. Januar 2016
Every year, the Gourmet Festival in St. Moritz presents a certain theme or country. British, French, Italian - all have already inspired the participants. Japanese? Something as exotic hadn't been attempted before, some of the more regular attendees told us. For us, as first time visitors to the St. Moritz Gourmet Festival, it was an exciting premiere. Among the numerous events which took place during the week, we attended one evening event and two during the day. We will shortly present here...

2016 - EN · 25. Januar 2016
Great that you made it to JFood.ch! We wish you an entertaining experience on our site. Here in the blog-section we'll keep you posted about up-and-coming topics. Whenever we are posting a new restaurant review, writing a Facebook post or visit a Japan-themed event - here is where we will share our impressions with you.