Japanese Food and Drink

  • Published on : 01/04/2020
  • by : Japan Experience

Japanese cuisine: recipes, restaurants and tips for eating well Japanese

To choose, you need to understand. At a restaurant or at a store, without knowing the meaning of a word or phrase, the gourmet adventure ends abruptly. Here is some essential information so you can eat well in japan, and there are plenty of delicious dishes to try.

Shrimp Sushi from Sukiyabashi Jiro Restaurant in Tokyo

Shrimp Sushi from Sukiyabashi Jiro Restaurant in Tokyo

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La kaiseki ryôri est l'une des cuisines gastronomiques du Japon

La kaiseki ryôri est l'une des cuisines gastronomiques du Japon

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Préparation du tonkatsu

Préparation du tonkatsu

Japanese Food and Drink

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Shirouo: the transparent fish that dances in your mouth

In the port city of Fukuoka, a unique and controversial culinary tradition has been passed down for generations: eating live shirouo, tiny transparent fish appreciated for the sensation of them "da

Momo: The Peach in Japan

Momo peach in Japan

Momo is the Japanese word for peach, deriving from possible origins related to the fruit's sweetness, coloring, or abundance.

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Food in Japanese: Exploring the Rich and Diverse Culinary Landscape of Japan

Japan boasts a rich and diverse culinary scene deeply rooted in history and culture. Understanding Japanese food terms is key to appreciating the nuances of the cuisine.

Original melon pan at Kagetsudo

Street food in Asakusa: Indulge in culture and cuisine

One of the most iconic locations in Eastern Tokyo is Asakusa, largely cited as the main hub of Tokyo’s “Shitamachi.” Shitamachi refers to one of the two major historic districts of Tokyo, and the n