Asian Prehistoric Clay Jar Asian archaic clay jar with design of fish nets in soft red hue, clay showing signs of roots, repairs to lip. The image powerfully carved with probable shamanistic use. Made of fine cotton on stretched frame. Country of origination is Laos.
Asian Art - Antique Chinese, Japanese, Southeast Asian, Korean Works of Art
Shirakiku products have expanded into the Asian community in general, and are finding popularity in mainstream American grocery stores and restaurants. Shirakiku has over food and non-food items, and has been serving North America since The brand has come to be synonymous with Nishimoto Trading, and is now sold worldwide. It has been providing Chinese products such as Sai-fun and Mai-fun to add diversity to our Japanese product line since We carefully select labels that are brewed from Hokkaido to Okinawa in an effort to share the varied selection that Japan has to offer to our customers worldwide.
Pan-Asian vs. Asian Fusion Cuisine: What’s the Difference?
View Larger Image Pan-Asian vs. Discerning diners are always looking for a little something extra — variety, creativity, and unexpected items on a menu. In the world of Asian cooking, the canvas is large. Asian cuisine can include a wide range of locations from the entire continent; from Chinese, Korean, South Indian, Vietnamese, Mongolian, and Japanese specialties, among others. With a blend of cultures, the items and flavors are broad and give diners the opportunities to try new things, hone in on their favorites, and have an adventurous restaurant experience — sans the overseas travel expenses.