Dengaku is is a type of "miso" cuisine where foods are placed on skeweres and grilled, coated with a miso mixture then grilled again.
A simple sauce made with peanut butter, tamari, toasted sesame seed oil, ginger and garlic. The sauce can be used as a salad dressing, pasta sauce or over a simple satay.
This is a super Simple Gyoza Dipping Sauce made with sesame seed oil, ginger, teriyaki sauce, brown sugar and scallions. You can pour the sauce right on the warm gyoza or you can present it little dipping bowls. The sesame seed oil and brown sugar are heated then combined with the teriyaki sauce and ginger. Scallions are floated in the sauce.
Sara Molton offers this recipe for a "Japanese" style fondue which in Japan is called Shabu Shabu. The term means "swish, swish" which is how you cook thinly sliced meats and vegetables. This is a fun family communal meal.