Filipinos adore Japanese food. It’s now easy more than ever to recreate Japanese dishes at home because ingredients are available locally. And there was a time when we can only taste popular Japanese snacks when a family or friend travels to Japan and brings home these goodies as pasalubong. Thanks to local Japanese groceries, hard to find ingredients and snacks are now within our reach. Here are the Japanese groceries within Metro Manila: New Hatchin Japanese Grocerant (Quezon City) This New Hatchin branch is called a grocerant because it’s a grocery and a restaurant in one. Try their famous Takoyaki...

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