Entertainment 

The Best Drunk Food in Japan with Ty Demura

In this episode of ‘Drunk Eats,’ Ty and his friend Halloween explore the late-night drinking and dining scene around Toyko, Japan. From bar food at an izakaya, to whiskey on the road, to trying the potentially fatal pufferfish served by a retired sumo wrestler, Ty and Halloween outline their late-night guide to Japan. Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES All Munchies videos release a full week early on our site: https://video.vice.com/en_us/channel/munchies Hungry? Sign up here for the MUNCHIES Recipes newsletter. https://www.vice.com/en_us/page/sign-up-for-munchies-recipes-newsletter Check out http://munchies.tv for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: http://facebook.com/munchies…

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Nikkei is a Japanese-Peruvian Mashup Born From Migration – Close To Home

In Close to Home, Michelle Zauner, an author and the singer of Japanese Breakfast, explores the results of migration on cuisine, and the personal experiences and community that are tied into the merging of food cultures. As cooks try to replicate familiar dishes in foreign homes, they rely on what’s around them. But by tying in techniques, ingredients, and sensory memories from their places of origin, they create new, hybrid cuisines. In this episode, Michelle meets with Mina Newman, executive chef of Sen Sakana in NYC, to talk about Nikkei…

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Sushi Legend Masa is Secretly A Master Plate Designer

Welcome to IMMERSED, where we dive into the world of individuals so dedicated to their food-related passions and hobbies that one might even call them obsessed. In this episode, we discover that Masa Takayama, one of the world’s greatest sushi chefs, has been quietly designing the plates for his restaurant Tetsu for the past twenty years. Chef Masa has been doing this unbeknownst to many of his customers, and he writes his ideas on paper towel rolls, which he always carries with him. We sat down with Chef Masa at…

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Howto & Style 

It’s Time to Make Some Udon Noodles from Scratch #うどん

It’s time to attempt some homemade Udon Noodles for the the first time so I figured I would run a little experiment! Part 1 – A brief intro to Udon Noodles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wG8BXaavHRQ Part 3 – Stay tuned for a noodle field trip! Follow me @lifebymikeG on instagram to stay up to date Follow my dad @handcraftedbybruce if your interested in purchasing any of his work All music provided royalty free by Epidemic Sound

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How 3 Michelin Star Sushi Legend Masa Cooks at Home

Legendary sushi chef Masa Takayama was the first Japanese chef to helm a restaurant that was awarded three Michelin stars in the US. Now, he’s going to show you how he cooks at home by using one fish to make three dishes. This zero-waste approach is going to use every part of the fish—even the bones and head—and use a variety of techniques, and not just Japanese ones. You’ll also find out why you shouldn’t buy ponzu sauce from the store. Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES All Munchies videos release…

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East Village Sake, Mac and Cheese, & Karaage Sliders: Chef’s Night Out with Karasu

Co-Chefs Elena Yamamoto and Yael Peet of Brooklyn’s Karasu leave their small izakaya kitchen for a night of sake, pasta, and more pasta. The night out begins at East Village staple Sake Bar Decibel for sake and small bites. Then it’s over to the West Village where the chefs order almost every pasta on the menu at Via Carota before heading back to Brooklyn for mac and cheese and white wine spritzers at Moloko. The night ends back at Karasu where the chefs whip up karaage sliders with Japanese tartar…

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