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  2. › wiki › SushiSushi - Wikipedia

    3 days ago · It is named after the Japanese legendary water imp, fond of cucumbers, called the kappa. Traditionally, kappamaki is consumed to clear the palate between eating raw fish and other kinds of food, so that the flavors of the fish are distinct from the tastes of other foods. Tekkamaki (鉄火巻) is a kind of hosomaki filled with raw tuna.

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  3. 4 days ago · Fake food Simulated food was invented after Japan’s surrender ending World War II in 1945. Westerners traveling to Japan had trouble reading Japanese menus and in response, Japanese artisans and candlemakers created wax food so foreigners could easily order something that looked appetizing. Go, modern rules of

  4. 1 day ago · Japanese Americans (Japanese: 日系アメリカ人, Hepburn: Nikkei Amerikajin) are Americans of Japanese ancestry. Japanese Americans were among the three largest Asian American ethnic communities during the 20th century; but, according to the 2000 census, they have declined in number to constitute the sixth largest Asian American group at around 1,469,637, including those of partial ancestry.

  5. 4 days ago · Japan demographic transition 1888-2019. According to the Statistical Bureau of Japan, the population of Japan as of June 2021 is at 125.47 million, including foreign residents. The population of only Japanese nationals was 123.112 million in January 2021. Japan was the world's eleventh-most populous country as of 2017.

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    3 days ago · Hokkaidō has nearly one fourth of Japan's total arable land. It ranks first in the nation in the production of a host of agricultural products, including wheat, soybeans, potatoes, sugar beets, onions, pumpkins, corn, raw milk, and beef. Hokkaidō also accounts for 22% of Japan's forests with a sizable timber industry.

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