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Sashimi Guide: Types, Is it Safe?, Nutrition, and More!

Sashimi is a quintessential part of Japanese cuisine. This page will give you a brief history of the iconic dish, as well as answer your sashimi-related questions such as 'what's the difference between nigiri and sashimi?' and 'Is it safe to eat sashimi?' We will also introduce the most popular types of sashimi in Japan. Enjoy!

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Japanese McDonald's Special Menu Items And Prices

McDonald's in Japan offers some unusual and sometimes straight-up wacky Japan-only items! Check out this list to see what's so different about McDonald's in Japan! Here's what you'll find at a McDonald's in Japan and the prices!

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Saba: One of the Healthiest Fish You Can Eat

Saba is a type of mackerel that is known for its rich, oily taste and health benefits. In Japan, it is enjoyed in so many different ways, from raw (sashimi) to canned. This article will summarize various ways that saba is prepared, talk about its health benefits, and finish with a recipe to try out.

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All About Japanese Kani! How It's Used In Japan

Contrary to a popular belief outside of Japan, kani is not imitation crab meat, it's the Japanese word for real crab. This article clarifies a few misconceptions about kani and presents how real kani is used in Japan.

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7 Things You Need To Know About Sake (Japanese Rice Wine)

This article will answer some of the general questions related to Japanese sake.

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10 Best Sake In Japan You Need To Know About!

This article will introduce ten of the BEST Japanese sake brands you can possibly have in Japan. Also, at the end of the article, we list some restaurants and bars where you can go to try some of the sakes on this list!

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The 5 Best Beer In Japan You Need To Know About

Arguably, the 5 best beer in Japan from major labels are Asahi, Yebisu, Sapporo, Kirin, and Suntory. Here are their characteristics.

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All about Ikura (What is it? How does it Taste? Is it raw? + More)

What is ikura? Ikura is the Japanese word for salmon roe (fish eggs). Ikura is typically orange and fairly large when compared to other commonly eaten roe. Ikura is one of the more expensive ingredients used in Japanese cuisine, and can be found in sushi, on salads, in kaisen don, or served all by itself. Keep reading to learn more.

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Halal or Haram? 10 Popular Japanese Snacks Examined

listed here are 10 popular Japanese snacks that you may be thinking about purchasing while you are in Japan. Disclaimer: I myself am not a Muslim, nor am I an expert on halal food. I wrote this article in an attempt to provide some useful information about some of the most popular Japanese snacks.

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What is 'Kaisen Don?' (+ How is it Different from 'Chirashi Sushi?')

Have you heard of kaisen don? It's a popular Japanese dish that is basically a bowl of sashimi on top of a bed of rice. If you like sushi, you'll love kaisen don! Make sure you try it while in Japan.

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7 Things You Need To Know Before You Drink Shochu

Shochu a quintessential Japanese spirit alcohol. To know more about this great Japanese alcohol, including the many ways to enjoy it, please read this post!

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The Different Types of Japanese Mushrooms

You think you know mushrooms until you come to Japan! There are so many varieties and even more ways to enjoy them. Let's find out what are the health benefits of eating mushrooms and how they can be prepared!

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Yosenabe: The Most Simple Nabe Recipe

"Yosenabe" is the most basic kind of nabe, a Japanese hotpot dish you can try. Basically, there are no rules when making yosenabe. Ingredients can be any vegetable, meat, or seafood you like. All you have to do is to cut the ingredients and put them into the pot, and simmer! Let's give it a try!

Nancy
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Oden and Its Ingredients In Pictures- Japan's Soul Winter Dish!

Have you ever heard of "oden"? It is a common Japanese winter (and autumn) dish. It can be served at restaurants, food stalls, convenience stores, and made at home. One interesting thing about oden is that it has a great variety of ingredients. Here is a list of common items you'll find in a pot of oden!

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Japanese Curry Powder From Scratch & Best Japanese Curry Recipes

Japanese curry is one of the best comfort dishes you can possibly imagine. Unfortunately, the powder mix to make it is not always available if you live outside of Japan. So here is a recipe for it that uses spices you are probably familiar with! I've also included a basic recipe for you to make the curry. Japanese curry made from scratch with no additives and MSGs.

tabikamome
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Tokyo's Top 15 High-End Sushi Restaurants

While in Japan, you probably want to try the best that Japan has to offer terms of sushi. Here are the best 15 high-end sushi restaurants you need to splurge on at least once in your life to have a memorable and delectable sushi experience!

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Anago VS Unagi: Here Is How They Differ

Here's all you need to know about the differences between anago and unagi, two popular ingredients of Japan's traditional cuisine!

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