51 comments on “Japanese New Year’s Food OSECHI”

  1. TabiEats says:

    Hi friends. This week we both needed to take a mini break. Instead of not releasing any videos, we decided to create a mini series of short videos for you guys.

    We hope this is ok with you guys. We will resume next week with our normal video formats.

    Thank you for understanding.

  2. allmyjm says:

    How exquisite! ❤️ Happy New Year! 🍾🥂🎉💕

  3. H er says:

    Food looks beautiful guys! Enjoy your break x

  4. Anton says:

    you have to make more videos guys, about food

  5. RAMENU Vlogs says:

    i'm a fan of japanese culture!

  6. Rebuild of Eva is shit watch the original instead says:

    That's very nice, and looks very tasty. But I fail to understand why ommelette simbolizes good education or black beans good health. Is this completely random or there is a story behind it?

  7. kat inconi says:

    so beautiful!! aww I wanted to know all the dishes ç_ç

  8. Mastel .T.Nouveau Monde says:

    "Symbolizes many offsprings"…
    Well Need to start making kids.

  9. SweeneyTodd1992 says:

    Idk why but this looks really good to me.

  10. Korea4Me says:

    Enjoy your break. You deserve it xxxx

  11. TabiEats says:

    Here is some more in depth explanation for hose of you that are curious.

    Kurikinton is gold in color. Which is why it symbolizes money or wealth.

    Tazukuri is a type of fish that was used as a fertilizer in olden times so it symbolizes a healthy crop.

    Kazunoko or herring roe, also uses easy Japanese wordplay. “Kazu” means numbers and “ko” means children. So, kazunoko symbolizes being blessed with many children.

    Kuromame are black beans and means you will mameni-hataraku (マメに働く, work hard). Yes, being able to work hard is a good thing in Japan. It also connotes being healthy enough to work hard.

    Because datemaki looks like a scroll, eating this dish on New Year’s is a wish for scholarship and culture.

  12. Erin Uber says:

    Thank you for the lovely, peaceful video about osechi ryori! I'm glad you are taking a little break. Everyone needs a rest! Please take good care of yourselves, and enjoy the break. 🙂

  13. Count Scum says:

    Looks so tasty. Can you buy these or did you make all dishes youself? Very beautiful presentation.

  14. rona easy home cooking channel says:

    Festive foods.. All yummy..

  15. Cy Cg says:

    You both deserve a gud break after working hard last year. Time to recharge ur batteries. D mini vids r a lovely idea, it'll help to stretch my mthly data plan longer… i've bin on a tabieats 'vidiet' since i discoverd them!

  16. Aura Ai says:

    Congratulations on 100,000 subscribers too by the way TabiEats!

  17. Ocean Girl says:

    Happy New Year. Have a wonderful break.

  18. Tosh T says:

    As a kid, I really did not like kuromame but complied with family tradition nonetheless and ate one bean for every year. Can't recall when I actually started liking them and stopped counting. 😀 Beautiful video.

  19. Moxley says:

    This just made me think of Sushi cat

  20. ネギ黒 says:


  21. Bad doggie says:

    Can anyone tell me what the song in the background is?

  22. JÖYの貓 says:

    That is so cool !!! Is there one for good career or something ?

  23. Marie Marie says:

    hi awesome video take care

  24. gardengal says:

    kuroMame for good health<Mamena>; I wouldn't eat the kazunoko 'cause I did NOT want a flock of kids …

  25. SONNY da CUSE says:

    Happy New Year!! 🍾

  26. abermin says:


  27. WalkAwayWind says:

    Omg I heard this background music in that sushi cat app 😂👌🏼

  28. Sherman Brown says:

    Mele Ka like maka & hauole maka hiki ho (Merry Christmas & Happy New Year) to the both of you. Keep up the great videos. Much prosperity in the coming year.

  29. Sherman Brown says:

    Mele Ka like maka & hauole maka hiki ho (Merry Christmas & Happy New Year) to the both of you. Keep up the great videos. Much prosperity in the coming year.

  30. Christopher Woo says:

    I love kurkinton, tazukuri and datemaki!

  31. TrueCuLLurz says:

    You both deserve a break. Very thoughtful of you both to do a mini video for us to enjoy…thank you!👍

  32. whyunotlike says:

    my mother still makes osechi every year!

  33. dsb188 says:

    Beautiful video! However I miss both of your cute faces 😉

  34. Le Genou de Claire says:

    This looks beautiful!! Did you guys prepare them yourself? Also are they supposed to be eaten with rice, all of them? Looks like a lot of food. We only managed to eat datemaki and ozoni this year (both store-bough, I cooked the ozoni). Happy New Year to you both and wishing you much success in 2017.

  35. astroboy3507 says:

    Oishiii!!!!! And again happy 2017 guys!!!!!!

  36. Yoshiko Yeto says:

    Your osechi ryori is so beautiful! My mom didn't cook this year because she caught a cold. I really miss her food, but my husband and I had some great Taiwanese food.

    Enjoy your break and wishing you both all the best in 2017!

  37. Ellen's Homemade Delights says:

    Mmmm delicious! Great Video, New Subscriber 😊👍🏾

  38. dorje chang says:


  39. Y Ury says:

    The look of the food sure is special ^_^

  40. Starlet Shay says:

    I ate osechi! 😀

  41. Kasey Lynn says:

    Happy New Year!

  42. Florence Leow says:

    You guys inspire me with your cooking! This Chinese New Year, which falls on the 28th of Jan 2017, I will be cooking up a storm too.

    🌸I really love the way you created your osechi meals. Such delicate beauty, colours and forms and such scrumptious looking ingredients. Awww. You are making me want to go to Takashimaya Singapore and buy those Jyubako lacquer boxes!! 😂

  43. Kool Burn says:

    chashu recipe please!

  44. L Slikk says:

    Beautiful food and amazing camera!!

  45. よっしー says:


  46. Gamer_Shrimp 88 says:

    So elegant 😀

  47. Chris Lim says:

    I think the fishes at 0:34 are Anchovies and not Sardines. But yummy nonetheless. Thanks for the videos! And happy new year guys!

  48. David Gibb says:

    Good format for a short video. Good music.


  49. Spoon Fork Heart says:

    Very nice. Everything in the box looked pretty good.

  50. Shei Darksbane says:

    Came to watch this after watching this year's Osechi video and I'm so glad you explained all these! It's really lovely and beautiful meanings! I'd have to avoid the herring roe! One is enough for me! haha 😉 But I'd eat LOTS of that last one! Nerd life! <3

  51. Mia Jarearnsirirut says:

    Dis you have to reserve it in advance? I am in Japan and would like to try it.

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