Japanese Food and Drink

  • Published on : 01/04/2020
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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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Japanese Food Glossary

Here is an A-Z glossary of Japanese food words and phrases.

Sukiyaki hot pot

Japanese Nabe

In Japanese, nabe (pronounced "nah-beh") simply means pot. Nabe ryori (pot cooking) has become a generic term for meals cooked in a pot - vegetables, meat and noodles or rice cooked at the table in

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Kissaten, Japanese retro cafes

In the land of green tea, there is no shortage of coffee enthusiasts or "Kissaten", coffee shops. Imported to Japan in the late 1800s and the first cafe opened in the early 1900s.

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the tsukemen

Tsukemen are the ideal dish for anyone who cannot do without noodles during the hot and humid summers of the Japanese archipelago.

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