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Setsubun 2022

The season of Ehomaki is here again! On the day of Setsubun (the 3rd of February), it is customary in Japan to eat an uncut sushi roll called ehomaki, while facing that year’s lucky direction. This custom started in the western regions of Japan, but is getting more and more popular in the whole country.... continue reading
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Zenzai: Warm your body and soul – Recipe

Zenzai (Red bean soup with mochi) A super easy, yet filling and delicious sweet dish for the cold winter days. What you'll need (4) 1 pack of Imuraya Yudeazuki (400g) 1 pack of Sato Kirimochi (400g, 8 pieces) 320ml water Method 1. Pour 320ml water and a pack of Yudeazuki in a pot. 2. Bring... continue reading
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Father’s Day Gift Set

Available Now! Father's Day Gift Set Father's Day is coming up! Have you prepared anything yet? Our Father's Day gift Set is available in store now! A small bottle of our unique, 100% pure rice sake and a pack of Mexican Grilled Rice & Bean Chips to munch on with it. All together in a... continue reading
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11th Birthday Celebration

11 Years of Yoyo Kitchen It's been 11 years since we opened Yoyo Kitchen in West Acton, and we'd like to say thank you to all our lovely customers for their continuous love and support! Come and celebrate with us! Visit us this weekend, the 21st and 22nd of May (Friday-Saturday) and try your luck... continue reading
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Easter Holiday 2021 Opening hours

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Hinamatsuri

The Japanese Hinamatsuri (Girls’ Day or Doll’s Festival) is held on the 3rd of March every year. On this day, families celebrate their daughters and pray for their health and happiness. The Hina-matsuri is a very colourful holiday, when families with young daughters display a set of dolls on a platform. On this special occasion,... continue reading
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Setsubun Eho-maki

The season of our ever so popular Eho-maki is here again! On the day of Setsubun (which is the 2nd of February this year), it is customary in Japan to eat an uncut sushi roll called eho-maki, while facing that year’s lucky direction. This custom started in the western regions of Japan, but is getting... continue reading
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Tsukimi

Tsukimi, the Japanese Harvest Moon Festival is being held in mid-autumn, on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. This day Japanese people enjoy looking at the moon which is said to be the brightest and most beautiful on this night in the whole year. Let's celebrate this special occasion with... continue reading
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Beat the heat

Japanese cold noodle recipe What you'll need Noodles (Soba/Somen) Hontsuyu Soup base Optional Yakinori roasted seaweed Shichimi tougarashi chilli powder Side dishes from our counter Method 1. Cook the noodles First bring a pot of water to boil, then add the noodles of your choice. Somen is very thin, so it’ll take only 2-3 minutes... continue reading

Sushi cutting tutorial 2: Decoration Cut

Here is our second tutorial video on how to cut sushi at home. This time we'll show you how to cut your sushi in a fancy way, with the decoration style cutting.