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    • Unagi (freshwater eel) If this word brings to mind images of Ross on Friends with fingers to his temple, then we will get along well. And since we’re friends now, I’m going to tell you that unagi is life-changing.
    • Uni (sea urchin) Let’s start by pronouncing this one correctly. Say it with me: oo-nee. Good, now let’s get to what this weird-looking creature actually tastes like.
    • Sashimi. This Japanese delicacy is raw meat, sliced thinly and served with soy sauce for dipping. While the most famous version is fish — like salmon or tuna — you can also find beef and even horse meat served as sashimi around the country.
    • Sushi. You just can’t go to Japan and not try sushi. It would be like going to Italy and not eating pasta! But before we delve in (this is long to be a long section!)
  1. Feb 8, 2024 · Top 65 Japanese Foods Last update: Thu Feb 8 2024 shutterstock VIEW MORE View all Japanese Foods View Japanese Foods map 01 Dumplings Hamamatsu gyoza HAMAMATSU, Japan 4.7 shutterstock Ate it? Rate it Wanna try? MAIN INGREDIENTS Wheat Flour Eggs Pork Cabbage Onion Bean Sprouts Ginger Garlic Sugar Sesame Oil Soy sauce

  2. 1 day ago · The traditional cuisine of Japan ( Japanese: washoku) is based on rice with miso soup and other dishes; there is an emphasis on seasonal ingredients. Side dishes often consist of fish, pickled vegetables, and vegetables cooked in broth. Seafood is common, often grilled, but also served raw as sashimi or in sushi.

  3. Feb 9, 2024 · Miso Soup (Misoshiru) One of the most popular foods in Japan and around the world, miso soup is a traditional Japanese dish made with dashi, miso paste and various ingredients depending on regional and seasonal recipes. GET THE RECIPE Maitake Mushroom Miso Soup (Maitake Misoshiru)

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  4. 6 days ago · Japan Updated On: February 19, 2024 Whether you’re visiting Japan or trying to mix things up in your own kitchen, you should get familiar with Japanese cooking. Traditional Japanese food uses many staple ingredients that are unusual in Western cuisine. If you’re looking to try some rich new flavors, Japan is the perfect place to start!

  5. Feb 13, 2024 · • February 13, 2024 12 Traditional Dishes to Try on Your Next Trip to Japan Japan’s world-renowned cuisine is a reflection of its storied history—don’t leave the country without trying these foods. Not just what to eat in Japan—but where, too. Photo by VTT Studio/Shutterstock Japan has a proud and rich history surrounding its cuisine.

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