Japanese Furoshiki Bag

How To : Make a Furoshiki Japanese grocery bag

Learn how to make a Furoshiki bag, a method used by the Japanese for centuries to carry just about anything you can imagine, from food, groceries, boxes, bottles... even watermelons. A very Eco-Friendly way to reduce waste. make your own Furoshiki Japanese grocery bag today! M ...more

How To : Origami a school bag Japanese style

Click on Chapters 2 & 3 for the whole tutorial. Fold an origami school bag. Origami Club in English is a free origami information site, with origami animations and origami diagrams. Diagrams for each origami works are printable on B5 and A4 paper. These instructional anima ...more

How To : Origami a purse Japanese style

Fold an origami bag. Origami Club in English is a free origami information site, with origami animations and origami diagrams. Diagrams for each origami works are printable on B5 and A4 paper. These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a purse Japanese ...more

How To : Make Japanese dish Nabeyaki udon noodle

Stay tuned for the always enjoyable Cooking With Dog. This cooking show is hosted by a DOG named Francis! The show demonstrates how to make popular Japanese dishes. This video demonstrates how to make Nabeyaki Udon Noodle. Ingredients for Nabeyaki Udon (serves 1) 1 Bag of F ...more

News : Fancy Bike Folds Into Handy Tote Bag

I'd take one of these: "Wallpaper commissioned a bike, two in fact, that could be broken down (using very clever and super-sturdy S&S couplers), packed in a bespoke bag and loaded on a plane, with no excess baggage charge, and taken with us wherever we went. The project pulle ...more

How To : Germinate Japanese maple tree seeds

Seeking to attain germination rates as high as 98%? Japanese-Maple.com's Ken Alston shares the little-known nursery secret to germinate Japanese maple tree seeds using resealable zipper storage bags and a standard refrigerator.

How To : Make Bukkake Udon (Japanese Cold Udon Noodles)

This tutorial video will teach you how to make Bukkake Udon, also known as Japanese cold udon noodles. Ingredients for Bukkake Udon (serves 2) 1 Long Green Onion 2 Shiso Leaves - Beefsteak Leaves 3cm thick Daikon Radish (1 1/4 inch) Toasted White Sesame Seeds Ginger 2 Eggs ...more

How To : Give a Tanaka face massage

In need of a face massage? Japanese beauty expert, Yukuko Tanaka, presents her anti-aging face contouring massage. In this four-part tutorial, learn about how to apply this routine to add to your skin care regimen, which will reduce wrinkles, prevent sagging skin, improve puff ...more

How To : Make kanzashi fabric flowers

Kanzashi are hair ornaments used in traditional Japanese hairstyles. One of the hairstyle's main features is the application of intricate little fabric flowers. With a step-by-step video tutiorial will you how to make your own cute kanzashi flowers. These can go on brooches, b ...more

Sewing the Invisible : Jum Nakao's Paper Couture

The challenge of creating garments with unconventional materials has become an all too familiar gimmick for most first year students at fashion schools. The end result is more often than not a catwalk of garbage bags, zip ties, plastic bottles and cans, assembled into a menage ...more

HowTo : Make Insect Sushi (Swear, It Tastes Like Nuts)

Japan's Shoichi Uchiyama is a hardcore advocate of insect cuisine. His selling point? A heavenly nutty flavor, the delicious texture of shellfish, AND high in nutritional value. Via The Telegraph: "Uchiyama traces his interest in insect cuisine to his boyhood in the northern ...more

How To : Make & Use Breadcrumbs at Home (Bread Optional)

Using breadcrumbs in the kitchen is the perfect way to add crisp and crunch to the usual salad, entrée, or dessert. As chef and media personality Mario Batali once said, "There's almost nothing I wouldn't put homemade breadcrumbs on." Making crumbs themselves is just plain ea ...more

How To : A Step-by-Step Guide to Homemade Sushi Rolls

Without a doubt, sushi is one of my favorite foods—dainty and delectable, while also fun to make. So let's get started with maki rolls, aka makizushi, probably the most iconic form of sushi. You know, the one filled with rice and your standard sushi ingredients, rolled up in a ...more

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