Unfortunately I can't take credit for this beautiful meal. My sister in law is from Osaka and treated us a traditional Japanese "Osechi" lunch. Each dish is meant to bring good luck, health, and blessings through the new year.
My sister in law who had lived and studied in Japan for many years, told me that we should enjoy Japanese seasonal fruits when visiting Japan. I was curious and trying to figure out when I was in Japan for two weeks during our summer holiday. There are plenty of different fresh fruits compared to wh
Princess Yasuko of Mikasa (She married Tadateru Konoe on 16 December 1966. As a result, she gave up her imperial title and left the Japanese Imperial Family, as required by law.). The bandeau was passed on to her sister in law, Hisako, Princess of Takamado).