Japanese Food

Sushi, Udon, Sashimi, Somen, California Roll.......

Deep Fried Tofu

Japanese style fried chicken
Beef and Tomato Stir-fry Chicken Tsukune (Japanese Deep Fried Meat Balls)
Beef Vegetable Stir-Fry Chirashizushi - Scattered Sushi
Bukkake Udon Cold Somen Noodle
California Roll Curry Udon Noodles
Chicken and Mushroom Stir-fry Edamame and Pork Stir-fry
Japanese Fried Potato Harumaki - Japanese Pork Spring Roll
Japanese Fried Shrimp Hinachirashi
Japanese Fried Wonton Hiyashi Chuka Dressing
Futomaki - Thick Sushi Rolls Inari-Zushi - Brown Bag Sushi)
Japanese Hamburger Sushi Roll Japanese Karaage Chicken
Kata-Yakisoba (Hard Fried Noodle) Kitsune Udon - Fox Noodles
Kappamaki (Cucumber Rolls)

Fried Chicken Drumstick

Menchikatsu (Fried Minced Meat Cake) Miso Nikomi Udon
Nabeyaki Udon (Udon hot pot) Miso Ramen
Nyumen - Somen Noodles in Hot Soup Pickled Ginger
Omusoba (Yakisoba noodles wrapped in omelette) Pork and Negi Stir-fry
Pork and Onion Kushikatsu(deep-fried skewers) Potato Korokke(potato croquette)
Soba Tsuyu Sushi Cake
Soft Fried Shrimp Sushi Rice
Spaghetti Naporitan Tarako/Mentaiko Spaghetti
Spicy Tuna Roll Tekkamaki - Tuna Rolls


Japanese Food - SushiJapanese cuisene is greatly influenced by China and Korea cuisine, however, it has adopted and refined them to create its own unique cooking style and eating habits. Rice and noodle are two primary staples of the Japanese diet. Boiled rice or steam rice, is served at every meal. Noodles come in many varieties. Among the most popular are soba, thin brown noodles made from buckwheat flour; udon, thick white noodles made from wheat flour; and ramen, thin, curly noodles, also made from wheat flour . Soy beans and wheat which were introduced from China have become two major ingredients in Japanese cooking. These include miso (fermented soybeanJapanese Food - Sushi paste) and tofu (a soybean curd that resembles custard). Other common ingredients in Japanese food include bamboo shoots, daikon (a giant white radish), ginger, seaweed, and sesame seed products. Japanese pickles called tsukemono are served at every meal.


As an island nation, fish is a significant source of food . It is in abundance and influences many of today's

most famous dishes. Two uniquely Japanese foods are sushi (fresh raw seafood with rice) and sashimi (fresh raw seafood with soy sauce); both rely on freshly caught fish or seafood

Japanese Food - TempuraGreen tea is the national beverage of Japan, although black tea is also available. Sake (SAH-kee, wine made from rice, usually served warm) and beer are also very popular.

Today, Japanese cuisine is still heavily influenced by the four seasons and geography. Seafood and vegetables are the most common food. To some foreigners, Japanese food may seem to be bland, however, freshness , presentation and balance of flavours are the important factors that make Japanese food famous.

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