Posted on July 9, 2020 by Tasty — 29 CommentsHow To Make Homemade Japanese Food Check us out on Facebook! – facebook.com/buzzfeedtasty Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/57173 MUSIC Licensed via Audio Network source Post navigationPrevious post: Mouth-Watering Indian Food Recipes • TastyNext post: 6 Giant Food Recipes • Tasty 29 thoughts on “How To Make Homemade Japanese Food” Rie McClenny July 9, 2020 Hope you enjoyed the video ☺️Subscribe to my new channel for more videos coming soon! Reply Gary July 9, 2020 my shopping list please ignoreNori seaweed Morazella Eggwhite n orange stuff Salmon MisoSugarSake Mirin Parchment paper TofuDashi(what is this?)Enoki mushroomsSnow peasMiso Lunch I’ll finish it tomorrow got work Reply Gary July 9, 2020 ”I’m from Hiroshima”Me: whaa! Bu tha ca tnt be Hiroshima is gone and inhabitable, did she move just in time or wha what? She causally told her American audience she from the city we rekt and teared a new butthole from. I’m sorry for my country killing your whole city Reply Lizeyplaysvideogames :D July 9, 2020 I literally love this woman so freaking much Reply Queen Mary Tudor of England July 9, 2020 I think this channel is more practical than 5 minute crafts cooking Reply Phantom July 9, 2020 My mother, japanese, watched this, and said :I have never seen anyone in our family cook so thing for breakfast Laziness runs in the family -XD Reply Ella deng July 9, 2020 Me totally going to Japanese and try out the foods or just make them at home myself look so good and fun to make I think I am going to make those as breakfast for my kids hmmm or maybe just raised them in Japan because Japanese are raised to be respectful Reply Španska inkvizicija July 9, 2020 Yea.. I'm gonna stick with my instant ramen. Reply toshitaro jyuku July 9, 2020 I’m 100% Japanese and raised in Japan now live in Tokyo. This movie is completely correct I think. Don’t worry westerners 🙂 it is worth to believe Reply ashoftomorrow July 9, 2020 I want to start cooking in a more Japanese way. Not necessarily the same food but I love how present and grounded many Japanese folks are when they cook. I love the idea of cooking as almost a sort of meditation. Reply Jan Mackenzie Bolus July 9, 2020 Rie: until you run out off egg mixture Me:Rie sounds like she is singing Reply Akpaii YK July 9, 2020 THE CUTE CHARACTERS LOOK SO COOL Reply Korea Food kim July 9, 2020 I think there are a lot of delicious Japanese food, too. I want to make one too. Reply Me lose, you wish July 9, 2020 Honestly I haven’t had Japanese food beside sushi rolls but it’s still my favourite mainly because of anime but yeah Reply MA gammer MA gamer July 9, 2020 noodlea Reply Claudine Ndikunzimana July 9, 2020 Dang I wanted to know how to cook cold soba bc todoroki like cold soba 😭👎🏾 Reply Hayleybailygamer5 5 July 9, 2020 I love Japanese culture and I really want to go when COVID is gone and I have money Reply 8thVlogs July 9, 2020 Step One, Cook Japanese Food at your home. Reply Stars Across July 9, 2020 Food the only thing we're not racist about 🤣🤣 Reply MTBTVchan Margie July 9, 2020 Looks so tasty and yummy to eat those prepered good foods Reply Ruth Camarillo July 9, 2020 Thank you Rie for sharing, I love Japanese culture, the food, the people, everything! I wish I was Japanese❣️🥰 Nihon ga daisukidesu❣️ Reply Berrymommy July 9, 2020 So interesting! Japanese food is my favorite asian food. I am a newbie and I want to learn more from your channel. Reply Vanessa Davis July 9, 2020 My favorite dish from Japan is tempura fried rice Reply Tommy Henderson July 9, 2020 I wish we were friends, you could teach me so much….love the food Reply J Itaru July 9, 2020 a popular kyaraben at my Japanese school was apple slices cut to look like bunny ears Reply kumara ranathunga July 9, 2020 Sushi Reply Krishna Radhakrishnan July 9, 2020 This video is precious. 🙂 Reply Tube Unique July 9, 2020 Good video, i like it. Reply Christopher Beath July 9, 2020 I wish I was Japanese now that I watch this Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.