Japanese Foods

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Japanese Foods

Japanese Foods

Noodles, Sushi & Hot Pot

YakitoriSmall pieces of chicken, liver or vegetables skewered on a bamboo stick and grilled over hot coals.

TempuraPrawn, fish and vegetables that are battered in a mixture of egg, wheat flour and water and then deep fried in vegetable oil. Dipped in a sauce before eating.

Fish, Chicken & Pork Meals

Rice meals

TonkatsuA bit like a schnitzel, tonkatsu is a piece of pork cutlet rolled in breadcrumbs and deep-fried.

Soba and UdonJapanese noodles. Soba is a thin grey noodle made from buckwheat flour. Udon is a thicker white noodle made from wheat flour. Both can be served in a broth as a soup, or on their own to be dipped into a sauce before eating.

SushiUsually comes in the form of a small piece of raw seafood placed on top of a ball of vinegared rice. Maki-zushi (rolled-sushi) is the wrapped version where raw seafood and vinegared rice are wrapped in a sheet of nori (dried seaweed).

SukiyakiA hot pot of meat, vegetables, tofu and vermicelli prepared at the table in a sweet-soy broth. Cooked ingredients are dipped in raw egg before eating.

Rice balls, or Onigiri, are made of cooked rice and are usually wrapped in nori seaweed. They are usually lightly seasoned with salt and often contain a filling such as umeboshi (pickled Japanese plum), okaka (dried bonito shavings and konbu), or salmon. Rice balls are a popular and inexpensive portable snack available at convenience stores, but are also commonly served at general restaurants and izakaya.

Fried rice, or chahan, is a dish that was originally introduced from China. There are an infinite variety of ingredients that can be added to fried rice. Some common ones are peas, egg, green onions (negi), carrots and pork. Chahan is a suitable dish for using left over rice.

Kare Raisu (Curry Rice) is cooked rice with a Japanese curry sauce. It can be served with additional toppings such as tonkatsu. Curry is not a native Japanese spice, but has been used in Japan for over a century. Kare Raisu is a very popular dish, and many inexpensive Kare Raisu restaurants can be found especially in and around train stations.


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