Best Japanese Culinary Academy podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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What is Japanese food? Sushi? Ramen? Kaiseki? What about Izakaya? What exactly are they? Akiko Katayama, a Japanese native, New York-based food writer and director of the New York Japanese Culinary Academy, will tell you all about the real Japanese food and food culture. Her guests will range from a sake producer whose family has centuries of sake-making history, to a great American chef who pushes the envelope of Japanese cuisine. Japanese cuisine is demystified here!
 
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Our guest is Jonathan Garcia of Osakana, the innovative fishmonger in Brooklyn. The CIA grad discusses his unique relationship with Japanese culture, his devotion to promoting Japanese fish culture to a broad New York audience through unique programs at Osakana, and much, much, more!!! Japan Eats is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Our guests today is Peter Hottum (AKA Sakeman Green) of Kuramoto US, which represents wonderful boutique sake labels in the US. Peter recently spent 6 weeks in Japan to study sake-making at 8 breweries in total. We discuss his intriguing experience at each brewery, along with an academic program he took in Tokyo, how he got on multiple media in ...…
 
Our guest is Massud Ghaussy who has a Japanese food and restaurant blog on instagram under TokyoManhattan. His posts not only describe restaurants he has visited, but also include many other elements behind the dishes, such as history, culture, cooking methods. He appeared on Episode 125 and 136, and shared his favorite Japanese chefs and resta ...…
 
Our guest is Jeff Cioletti, the author of “Sake-Pedia: A Non-Traditional Guide to Japan’s Traditional Beverage”. Japanese sake is becoming popular in the US, which is now the biggest importer of the national beverage of Japan. But it is hard to find an easy and fun guidebook of sake. Jeff’s book is very handy for someone who is curious about it ...…
 
Our guest is Derek Wilcox who studied Kaiseki cuisine at the 3 michelin-starred restaurant Kikunoi in Kyoto, and Edomae sushi at Ginza Sushi Aoki in Tokyo, also Michelin-starred, for 10 years in total. Now he is the chef at Shoji at 69 Leonard Street in Tribeca, New York, which earned a precious 3 star rating from the New York Times. Many cooks ...…
 
Our guest is Maribel Lieberman, CEO and Founder of MarieBelle Chocolates in New York. She now has 8 locations of MarieBelle Chocolates worldwide, including 4 shops in Japan. In this episode, Maribel discusses her experience with Japanese culture through the fascinating project of bringing her iconic brand to Japan. Japan Eats is powered by Simp ...…
 
Our guest today is George Weld who is the owner of the iconic Brooklyn restaurant Egg that has served local and sustainable food since 2005. Many of the menu items are made with produce from his own farm in upstate New York. American cuisine is not very visible in Japan, but George introduces the essence of American dishes through Egg in Tokyo, ...…
 
Our guest is Taichi Manabe, chief operating officer of Food Hub, which is a unique project to revive the declining community in Shikoku island of Japan through food. Taichi wanted to change the world through design, but he realized that food has a bigger and stronger influence for his purpose. He has gotten involved in multiple fascinating food ...…
 
Our guest is Ron Silver, who is the chef/owner of Bubby’s. Bubby’s opened in 1990, and is now one of the iconic American restaurants in NYC, serving delicious breakfast, burgers pancakes as well as beautiful pies. What you may not know about Bubby’s is that there are six Bubby’s restaurants in Japan! We will discuss why Ron decided to open Bubb ...…
 
Our guest is Yuki Minakawa, the beverage and service director of Sushi Ginza Onodera in NYC, which has 2 Michelin stars. Yuki has worked at the NYC’s top Japanese restaurants, such as Masa, EN Japanese Brasserie and Kajitsu, for the last 10 years. She is in charge of the wine, sake and cocktail lists at Sushi Ginza Onodera. You might think sush ...…
 
David Israelow is the global winner of the 5th Washoku World Challenge, which is a cooking contest where chefs from around the world compete in technical expertise and passion for Japanese food. David joins the host Akiko Katayama to discuss how he studied traditional kaiseki cuisine, how he expresses it uniquely on his plates, his experience a ...…
 
In this episode, the Sakemen (judo wrestlers/superheroes) joins me to discuss traditional sake breweries they closely work with and why they are so precious!!! Japan Eats is powered by Simplecast.By info@heritageradionetwork.org (Heritage Radio Network).
 
This is an episode from Manga Sensei, which is one of the most popular Japanese language learning podcasts. The host John Dinkel majored in Japanese language in college and lived in Japan as well. So he has deep experience in Japanese language and culture. If you are willing to learn Japanese, I suggest that you subscribe to John’s super-approa ...…
 
This episode is a live recording of the special event at Japan Society in New York on October 24, 2018, which Japan Eats!'s host Akiko Katayama moderated. The theme of the event was the modern craft beer culture in the US, and the title was Crafting Beer: Traditional Techniques, Modern Brews. Joshua Bernstein, a Brooklyn-based beer journalist a ...…
 
Yoshoku, or "Western food" is an important genre of Japanese cuisine. Our guest Shintaro Eleazar Okuda, Chef de Cuisine at Bar Moga in the West Village, NYC, discusses what yoshoku is, how Bar Moga's menu features the charm of yoshoku, his unique culinary background and much, much more!!! Japan Eats is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Tea is an essential element of Japanese culture. If you visit someone’s house, he or she will ask you “would you like a cup of tea”? Some people may find green tea a little too bitter or exotic, but there is a lot to discover in the world of Japanese green tea. In this episode, Oscar Brekell, a certified Japanese tea instructor based in Tokyo a ...…
 
Ramen has become as popular as sushi in the US lately, and Ichiran Ramen is particularly unique among hundreds of ramen shops for offering each customer a VERY private dining experience. In this episode, Kayla Copeland of Ichiran USA tells you the concept of the solo dining that can maximize the flavor in your bowl!!! Japan Eats is powered by S ...…
 
Our guest today is Andrew Richardson who has worked at The World Sake Imports, one of the greatest sake importers in the U.S., for the last 11 years. Andrew's journey with sake is intriguing - from drinking at a local bar in Kyoto with strangers to creating a sake paring menu at wd~50, the legendary innovative American restaurant in NYC. In thi ...…
 
"And our guest today is Massud Ghaussy who has a Japanese food and restaurant blog on instagram under TokyoManhattan. His posts not only describe restaurants he has visited, but also include many other elements behind the dishes, such as history, culture and cooking methods. He appeared on Episode 125, and told us about his favorite Japanese ch ...…
 
Koji is becoming a culinary keyword lately, and our guest Jeremy Umansky is one of the most knowledgeable and experienced professionals in the field with an innovating, refreshing mindset. We will discover what Koji is, how it is used traditionally, how you can use it in your own kitchen and much, much more!!! Japan Eats is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Japanese cocktail culture is getting global attention lately, but we don’t know too much about what it is outside Japan. Today, we will discover it through the unique concept of Katana Kitten, a new Japanese-American bar in the West Village in NYC. Our guests are three key players of the cocktail industry: Masahiro Urushido, the Managing Partne ...…
 
"Yudai Kanayama is the owner of The Izakaya, a casual Japanese restaurant in the East Village, and Samurice at the Canal Street Market in Chinatown, which offers bento boxes, Japanese curry rice, and pour-over miso soup in a cup. There are so many Japanese restaurants outside Japan, but it is not easy to find ones that exemplify the essence of ...…
 
Christopher Pellegrini is one of the few global Shochu and Awamori experts based in Tokyo. He is also the author of “The Shochu Handbook”, which is the first book about shochu and awamori written in a language other than Japanese. Christopher moved to Tokyo in 2002, and discovered the special, traditional Japanese alcoholic beverages, which are ...…
 
This is the 6th episode with Elizabeth Andoh, who already joined us 5 times on Episodes 18, 61, 83, 99 and 108! As always, she shares her truly deep insight into traditional Japanese food culture with us. Elizabeth is a food writer and Japanese cooking instructor based in Tokyo, and she has lived in Japan for over 50 years. She runs the culinar ...…
 
"Chikara Yamada is the chef/owner of Yamada Chikara New York in Midtown Manhattan, which opened in May 2018. Chikara also is the chef/owner of the highly recognized restaurant called Yamada Chikara in Tokyo, which serves japanese dishes with A modern twists. Chikara’s background is intriguing. He spent 7 years in Europe, owned a successful Japa ...…
 
David Torchiano, Josh Arak, TJ Provenzano and Jeff Miller, the team from the highly recognized and charming 8- seat Japanese sushi restaurant Mayanoki in Alphabet City, will join me to discuss their efforts to achieve their challenging goals: serving the best sushi and conserve the precious ocean resources. Japan Eats is powered by Simplecast…
 
Coco Kayoko Seo, Japanese beverage specialist, worked at the legendary Japanese cocktail bar Angel’s Share in the East Village, and is a certified as Sake and Shochu Adviser. Currently she hosts a fun, weekly educational happy hour at Bar Moga in the West Village called Coco’s Spirit. We will discuss how Coco became a Japanese beverage expert, ...…
 
This week's guest is Sam Clonts, the executive Kaiseki chef at Uchu in Manhattan’s Lower East side. He earned a Michelin star at 25, five months after the opening of the restaurant. Uchu is uniquely and deeply Japanese, despite the fact that Sam trained as a chef almost entirely in the United States. We discover how Sam studied Japanese cuisine ...…
 
Sushi had become a part of the American diet, and we now see more authentic sushi restaurants, particularly in NYC. In this episode, the partners at Sushi Noz in Manhattan will discuss what the authentic sushi culture is, how two young Americans opened a sushi restaurant with a classically trained Japanese chef, and much more! Japan Eats is pow ...…
 
Massud Ghaussy, Afghan-Japanese Francophile living in NYC, has a unique Japanese food and restaurant blog on instagram under TokyoManhattan. His posts not only describe restaurants he has visited, but also include many other elements behind the dishes, such as history, culture and cooking methods. On this episode, Massud shares his favorite Jap ...…
 
Phil Rosenthal, the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond, which is the winner of 15 Emmy Awards, now takes us to the most fascinating food destinations through his fantastic food travel shows I'll Have What Phil's Having on PBS, and the new Somebody Feed Phil on Netflix. On this episode, Phil will share his his deep insight into Japanese food cul ...…
 
This week's guest is Christina Lecki, the executive chef of Reynard in Brooklyn's Wythe Hotel. Lecki was inspired to pursue cooking after a trip to Japan, and she and Akiko discuss this pivotal experience, and much more! Japan Eats is powered by SimplecastBy info@heritageradionetwork.org (Heritage Radio Network).
 
This week, Akiko is joined by Dan Tominaga, the chef/owner of the "modern" Japanese restaurant Another C in Kyoto. Japan Eats is powered by SimplecastBy info@heritageradionetwork.org (Heritage Radio Network).
 
Akiko is joined by Chris Pearce, organizer of The Joy of Sake, the largest sake tasting in the world outside Japan, with a superb array of premium labels and the best in traditional and contemporary Asian cuisine. Chris talks about how the largest sake tasting event outside Japan was born and became sake lovers must-go destination!!! Japan Eats ...…
 
Host Akiko Katayama is joined by Yuji Haraguchi of Yuji Ramen, Okonomi, Osakana, and the newly opened Kyoto-style sushi restaurant Okozushi, all in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He also has a restaurant in Kyoto called Lorimer Kyoto. In this episode, Yuji shares his philosophy of introducing the unique Japanese "sea to table" fish culture to a global ...…
 
On this week's show, Akiko is joined by Chuck Malone, the second American to work in a shochu distillery. In the fall of 2017, he spent three months in Amami-o-shima, an island off the coast of Kagoshima, making kokuto (black sugar) shochu. He’s now returned to the U.S. and is plotting his next move. Japan Eats is powered by Simplecast…
 
On today's show, we welcome Dave Broom, author of The Way of Whiskey: A Journey Around Japanese Whisky. Broom has visited Japan 30 times in the past 16 years, studying and learning about its whiskies. In this major new book he shares his personal journey around Japan's whisky distilleries and the unique whisky culture of the country. Japan Eats ...…
 
Machiko Chiba is a best-selling cookbook author and television personality in Japan. Her invention, the patented Cook-Zen microwave pot, was the top-selling item on QVC Japan for seven years. A proponent of "good food and good health," she teaches her microwave cooking techniques to aspiring chefs around the world. Japan Eats is powered by Simp ...…
 
Today's guest is John McCarthy, a former attorney who gave up the practice of law to attend the French Culinary Institute. After graduating from FCI at the top of his class, he worked for Chef Wylie Dufresne at wd-50 for several years, ultimately becoming Chef Wylie’s research and development cook. In 2012, he opened The Crimson Sparrow restaur ...…
 
Josh Plunkett started cooking at Chapter One in Dublin before moving to New York where he worked at Momofuku, Luksus and Atera. Having spent the last year cooking in Kyoto, Japan he’s getting ready to make a move to San Francisco. Japan Eats is powered by SimplecastBy info@heritageradionetwork.org (Heritage Radio Network).
 
This week, Akiko is joined by Jamie Graves, the Japanese portfolio manager at Skurnik Wines, a leading wine and spirits importer and distributer based in New York City. Jamie has an extensive knowledge of sake, and discusses the Kimoto Method of making sake, how long sake keeps after opening a bottle, and much more! Japan Eats is powered by Sim ...…
 
On this week's episode of Japan Eats, host Akiko Katayama is joined in the studio by Andrea Fazzari, a Tokyo based international photographer, author, and dining consultant with a background in fashion and film. Her book Tokyo New Wave: 31 Chefs Defining Japan's Next Generation will be released on March 13, 2018 worldwide. She has written, phot ...…
 
This week's guest is Ryunosuke "Jesse" Matsuoka, a certified sake sommelier, whose father was a top-ranked sumo wrestler in Japan before making his reputation as a chef in America. Japan Eats is powered by SimplecastBy info@heritageradionetwork.org (Heritage Radio Network).
 
Akiko is joined by Frank Cisneros, a Brooklyn-based bartender who lived and worked in Japan for a year, immersing himself in Japanese cocktail culture. Tune in to hear how learning the intricacies of Japanese bartending helped Cisneros to elevate his craft. Japan Eats is powered by SimplecastBy info@heritageradionetwork.org (Heritage Radio Network).
 
Akiko is joined by fellow HRN host Michael Harlan Turkell, author of the book Acid Trip: Travels in the World of Vinegar: With Recipes from Leading Chefs, Insights from Top Producers, and Step-by-Step Instructions on How to Make Your Own. Tune in for a discussion of all things vinegar! Japan Eats is powered by Simplecast…
 
This week's guest is Stephen Lyman, one of the leading American experts on authentic Japanese shochu. He has visited approximately 70 shochu distilleries and has sampled around 2,000 different brands. In 2015, he was the first person to become a certified shochu adviser through the Sake School of America. He was also designated the first shochu ...…
 
Akiko welcomes Elizabeth Andoh of A Taste of Culture back to the program to discuss quintessential Japanese condiments and seasonings. A Taste of Culture is a culinary arts program that combines spicy tidbits of food lore with practical tips and skill-building lessons on how to prepare Japanese food. Programs are conducted in Tokyo, Japan, and ...…
 
On this week's episode, Akiko welcomes Murray Carter of Carter Cutlery, makers of handcrafted high performance cutlery using time-honored, traditional Japanese blade-smithing techniques. Japan Eats is powered by SimplecastBy info@heritageradionetwork.org (Heritage Radio Network).
 
On the season premiere of Japan Eats, host Akiko Katayama is joined by Alexis Agliano Sanborn, an independent researcher, community organizer, and artist. Her research interests include food education, environmentalism, and sustainability. She received her Bachelor's degree in East Asian Studies and Japanese from UC Santa Barbara in 2008. In 20 ...…
 
On this week's episode of Japan Eats, host Akiko Katayama is joined in studio by Brian Polen & Brandon Doughan, co-owners of Brooklyn Kura, the very first Japanese sake brewery in NYC. Now that sushi and ramen are part of the American diet people are becoming more familiar with sake and opening sake breweries across the country. Brian and Brand ...…
 
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