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Rice planting

The staple food in Japan is definitely rice. We Japanese typically have steamed rice for almost every meal, breakfast, lunch and dinner.The staple food in Japan is definitely rice. We Japanese typically have steamed rice for almost every meal, breakfast, lunch and dinner. The beginning of May is rice-planting season. Farmers prepare the field by …

SOEI Members Participating in the INTA 2012 Annual Meeting

Twelve members from SOEI participated in the INTA Annual Meeting of 2012. We wish to thank all the people we met for sharing their precious time with us. It was an honor interacting with you all. For those whom we were unable to get together with due to conflicting schedules, we eagerly look forward to …

Birthday Event of our President, Mr. Hasegawa

May 2nd is the 60th birthday of our president, Mr. Hasegawa. The entire staff at SOEI got together for a surprise celebration. During the afternoon break, we got together behind the scenes in a big meeting room to prepare for the event. Then, Mr. Shimizu, one of our vice presidents and the best actor, called …

Seasonal food, bamboo shoot

There are clearly four seasons in Japan, and we are fully enjoying seasonal food in each season. And late April and early May is the season to enjoy bamboo shoots. While I was taking a walk near my house, out in the countryside far beyond the suburbs of Tokyo, I found delicious bamboo shoots in …

“Hanami” Party

Sakura, cherry blossoms, bloom beautifully at the beginning of April all over Japan. Many people who are always seeking good excuse to drink beer, wine and sake get together under sakura trees and have a party to appreciate sakura. We call this kind of party hanami party. People usually forget to appreciate the sakura in …

Natto, fermented soybeans

Recently, people outside Japan have come to be very familiar with Japanese food. Sushi(sliced raw fish on a rice ball), Sashimi(sliced raw fish), Tempera(fish and vegetables dipped in batter and deep-fat fried), Yakitori (char-broiled chicken on a stick) have almost become English words. You can enjoy these Japanese food in Japanese restaurants all over the world. However, one …

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