5 Japan Food Facts For You In 2020


[japan food facts]Japan is a country rich in traditional culture, history, art, and cuisine. Especially Japanese cuisine is extremely diverse and extremely sophisticated and sophisticated. Let's explore 20 delicious Japanese foods to prepare for your upcoming trip!
Japan is a country with the richest cuisine in the world. Visitors to the country of Japan will always encounter the situation of "no hungry eyes" when every dish is delicious, every dish is inviting attractive.


Sushi




It can be said that Sushi is a dish bearing the "national spirit of Japan" of Japan. When mentioning Japanese delicacies, it is impossible to ignore this culinary "culture". Sushi is everywhere in this land of the rising sun - from street vendors, supermarkets, popular restaurants, and luxurious restaurants serving sushi. Who travels to Japan without enjoying Sushi?

Okonomiyaki - Japanese pancakes



Okonomiyaki, also known as Japanese pancakes, is a delicious Japanese dish that has a long tradition and is famous throughout the world of the land of the rising sun. Okonomiyaki, like sushi, is everywhere in Japan. However, the most famous Okonomiyaki is in the Hiroshima region.
The ingredients for making pancakes in Hiroshima are layered, not mixed. The classes include crust, cabbage, pork and buffet items such as octopus, squid, and cheese. Noodles (yakisoba, udon) are also topped with fried eggs and lots of Okonomi sauce, scallions and dried bonito.

Ramen



Ramen is also a dish that has helped enhance the rich cuisine of Japan around the world. Ramen is a noodle dish cooked in meat or fish broth, served with eggs, soy sauce and pork. In addition, ramen noodles are also used with many different side dishes such as dried seaweed, Japanese fish cake, eggs, corn, cabbage. The broth of this noodle dish is mainly stewed from pork bones. Do not forget to enjoy Ramen in its "home town"!

Sake wine



If Korea is famous for Soju, Japan is known for Sake specialties. Sake is traditional to light alcohol made from rice through various fermentation processes that the Japanese call Nihonshu. A special feature of Sake is that it can be drunk, warm or hot depending on the season and different types of sake. During the winter, Japanese people like to drink hot Sake to warm their bodies. Tourists often buy this Japanese specialty as a gift for family and relatives.

Unagi - Grilled Eel



Unagi is one of the high-class Japanese delicacies, with the main ingredient being an eel. Eel meat is marinated with spices, served with sauce before being grilled over charcoal. After grilling, eel is steamed and once again grilled. Thanks to this processing, the eel retains its toughness, rich taste and golden color on the outside. Try Unagi with white rice and you will feel how this famous Japanese food is "awesome"!

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