Tag Archives: Miso

How I get miso during the world trip

It’s already been one year and a half since we started traveling with miso. And now, it is about the time that everything we have done is coming to form a shape. I started to understand really how special my experience is through serving miso soup to the people all over the world. I am […]

Salone del Gusto 2014 and Japanese Food

I attended Salone del Gusto 2014 which is the biggest food festival in the world. Tachibana Hompo, which sends me miso from Nigata, Japan to where ever I am in the world, invited me to join on the last day of this event. I enjoyed it so much!   People come from all over Italy […]

Japan Miso Press July Issue

Let’s look miso over again for your beauty and health! Japan Miso Press is a newspaper which publishes 50 thousands copies every year. I am contributing articles from “味噌玉世界旅 Take a Scoop of Miso with You” to July edition. July edition gives you tips to combat summer heat fatigue by eating a great variety of […]

A Japanese Restaurant Makes Homemade Miso in Dharamsala

I had the worst tummy trouble in Dharamsala, India since we started traveling one year ago. I was in bed for a week in the two weeks of the whole stay in Dharamsala. I have heard from some terrible experience from one of my travel friends that she had carried diarrhea for eight months! I […]

Meeting up with Miso Girls in India!

It was very nice to see Japanese people here in India. These twin sisters who we met for the first time were lovely interesting people. They work for different Japanese companies in near New Delhi. At the same time as they work, they are titled to be “Miso Girls” in their private lives. Who are […]

Making Miso Soup at 3300m point on Himalaya

I also wrote about this story on my serial publication, “MISO SOUP IN THE WORLD“(in Japanese), to sekaishinbun.net (世界新聞). Please check that out as well. Here is a village called Upper Pisang at 3300m altitude on Himalaya mountain range. I made miso soup at a guesthouse where my husband and I stayed and served it […]

[PDF] What is Miso

Making miso soup is an event through out my trip. It is going slowly but has a steady progress. For example, people who eat miso soup that I make always seem to be happy to be my guests. Especially the people in Mongolia, Europe, Thailand, India seemed to have enjoyed the taste. Funnily enough, the […]