Jarman International’s Director of Project Management, Chiara Terzuolo, was featured on NHK World’s podcast “Living in Japan” to talk about the delicious and diverse world of Japanese cuisine

From the umami-rich and versatile miso (fermented soybean paste) to protein-packed tofu, Jarman International’s Director of Project Management, Chiara Terzuolo, recently shared her knowledge and love of Japanese cuisine on NHK World’s podcast “Living in Japan”. Co-hosted by Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman, and JI Core 50 member Stuart O, this program aims to deliver insightful information about Japan to internationals. Stuart has been working in entertainment and media since the age of 7 (minus a 10-year hiatus in his 20s), brilliantly covering everything from voice work, singing and MC-ing to acting and appearing in a number of major TV dramas and movies. The three Jarman team members come together for a fun discussion about everyday Japanese foods that locals enjoy.

During the episode, Chiara also dives into her fascination of Western-influenced Japanese dishes called yoshoku, such as omuraisu (omelet on rice with ketchup) and naporitan (soft-cooked spaghetti with a ketchup-based sauce and mushrooms, sausage, etc). Chiara is also a published author, having just released here new guidebook “Hidden Japan”, which takes you through the wonders of Tokyo–off the beaten path.