At first, please notice that fast serve restaurants are not fast food restaurants! They serve beef bowl, which is also known as “Gyudon”in Japanese. Serving beef bowl is really fast, and once again I can say that it is healthier than eating hamburgers, and the other fast foods.
Due to Okinawa’s history, Okinawan foods differ significantly from Japanese foods. Okinawa cuisine has been influenced by South East Asia, China, as well as the U.S. Okinawa’s climate is also a little bit different with mainland Japan, which effects Okinawa’s agriculture. Let's take a look at specialty dishes from Japan's tropical paradise!!
Mix Japanese food with Japanese onomatopoeia and what do you get? An enhanced appreciation of the marvels of Japanese cuisine (and ability to impress your friends with your command of the nuances of the Japanese language)! Sprinkle these onomatopoeic expressions, dish them up during your meals and add some spice into your life! Learn different types of Japanese onomatopoeia!
Do you love to eat pickles, such as pickled cucumbers or etc.? If you have eaten some kind of bento box or Japanese Teishoku (Japanese set meal) in Japan, maybe you will see something that has an attractive and strong coloring. These are Japanese pickles called Tsukemono 漬物! Feeling curious about these pickles? Let us learn more about them!
While the most people in the world eat sweet or sour flavored ice cream, Japanese people have their own way to make the ice cream’s flavor. At this article, I will introduce you some of the ice cream’s flavor in Japan.
Canned foods are the highly recommended souvenirs because they enable you to taste Japanese delicious foods after go back to your country, and you can present them to your friends and family as well. I will introduce 5 good taste canned foods!
Can you eat washoku in the correct way? Japanese cuisine "Washoku" is becoming really popular among people all around the world. However, it has some rules that makes you a little confused. I will focus on 5 manners you should know before you come to Japan.