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Japanese Minimalist🇯🇵: What I eat in a day | Traditional Japanese meals from 1975



ABOUT THIS VIDEO:
Recently, I made a video of what I eat in a day as a minimalist.
Then, many people would say things like,
“I like traditional Japanese food”.
So today, I would like to try making traditional Japanese recipes from morning to night.
Thinking about traditional Japanese food, I referred to the usual meals eaten in 1975.
In 1975, Japan was said to have the healthiest and most nutritionally balanced diet.
So, today I’m going to recreate recipes from that year .
In the past, when people used to cook in a kimono, they would wrap strings around the kimono, so that sleeves wouldn’t get in the way.
So, let’s get started!

WHO AM I:
Welcome to samurai matcha journey! I’m Aki, a minimalist, kimono style school teacher in Japan. I make videos about my usual life in really country side of Japan. You can enjoy beautiful scenery, learn about Japan, and pick up some interesting lifestyle tips.

WHAT I LIKE:
Minimal lifestyle
Matcha
Kimono
Anime(Ghibli)
Japanese food

RRODUCTS(Amazon USA):
Many people have been asking me how to buy things that I use,
so I tried to find products that is the same or similar to my items on amazon in the USA.

・Iron Flying Pan(Same brand product)►►
・Kai’s Petty Knife►►
・Sarashi cloth►►
・Clay pot►►

FILMING GEAR(Amazon USA):
・🎥Camera sony α6400  
・🎥SIGMA 16mm F1.4 DC DN  

RRODUCTS(Amazon Japan):
貝印 Petty Knife►►
晒►►
鉄フライパン►►
土鍋►►
まな板►►

FILMING GEAR(Amazon Japan):
・🎥Camera sony α6400  
・🎥SIGMA 16mm F1.4 DC DN  

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