hitpot of meat and vegetable
thin slices of beef and vegitable
seafood, chicken, vegetables hotopot
pot dish with chicken, vegetables,tofu
salmon, vegetables hotpot
deep-fried fish and vegetables
fish on vinegared rice
traditional dinner for a tea ceremony
deep-fried food on bamboo sticks
grilled chicken on a stick
grilled on hot plate (meet, fish, vegetables)
buck wheat noodles
both udon and soba have
only noodle served in hot soup
on a bamboo tray served cold
topped with pieces of bean curd
topped with fried tempra batter crusts
topped with tempra
with a raw egg
duck meat noodles in soy-source broth
Sukiyaki ishotpot of thinly sliced beef and with various vegetables, tofu and vermicelli
named ito-connyaku.It is served after dipping into mixed raw egg. Recipe
Tempura is deep-fried fish and vegitable in vegetable oil, after being coated
with a batter of egg, water and wheat flour. The ingredients used are prawns,
fish in season and vegetables.
It is served with sauce with grated white radish or salt or salt mixed
with green tea powder.Recipe
Sushi is a small piece of raw seafood placed on a
ball of vinegared rice. The most common ingredients are tuna, squid and prawn.
Cucumber, pickled radish and sweet egg omelet are also
Take one with chopsticks or with fingers and dip the topping in soy sauce.
If you don't like horse radish, you can order sushi saying "sabi-nuki
Sashimi is sliced raw fish eaten with soy sauce
Kaiseki Ryori is regarded as the most exquisite
culinary refinement in Japan. The dishes are mainly composed of vegetables and
fish with seaweed and mushrooms as the seasoning base and are characterized by
their refined savor.
Yakitori is made up of small pieces of chicken
meat, liver and vegetables skewered on a bamboo stick and grilled over hot
Tonkatsu is a deep-fried pork cutlet rolled in breadcrumbs
Shabu-shabu is tender, thin slices of beef held
by chopsticks and swished in a pot of boiling water, then dipped in a sauce
before being eaten.
Soba and Udon are two kinds of Japanese noodle. Soba is made from buckwheat flour and
Udon from wheat flour. They are served either in a broth or dipped in a
sauce, and are available in hundreds of delicious variations..Japanese
people make noise when they suck in noodle. It is not considered rude.
But I know you cant make noise because most of foreign people can not even
suck in noodle.
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