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Sushi is a Japanese dish that combines vinegared rice (boiled rice with sugar and vinegar) with mainly seafood.
「握り(にぎり)寿司 (nigiri-zushi)」is served with sashimi (thinly-sliced seafood) on top of vinegared rice. 「ちらし寿司」is served with many seafood placed on top of vinegared rice.
Prices of sushi at expensive sushi restaurants are very high, but those served at 「回転ずし屋 (kaiten-zushi-ya)」is popular with families because of relatively low prices. In these casual, half self-serve restaurants, small plates of various sushi are carried on a conveyor belt installed along the customer seats, picked up according to one’s preference (pick the plate up, because each plate is used to count how many plate of sushi you have eaten at check out).
Seafood and vegetables are dipped in beaten eggs, coated with flour and fried in oil.
Served with udon/soba noodle-like soup or salt.
Just like gyudon and katsudon, tendon (tempura bowl) is a dish Japanese love.
Japan’s representative fermented food in which soy beans are fermented with natto bacteria.
Stir well to make natto sticky, add soy sauce and minced green onion and serve is rice. It’s the most simple way to eat.
Sold at low prices at supermarkets and convenience stores.
Their smell and taste are not common in other countries so when you come to Japan, please try it.
It’s also famous as a representative food of Ibaraki Prefecture.