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Curry Rice

Curry Rice is quite possibly one of the most popular dishes in Japan. The curry is created using meat, vegetables, a sauce, and spices. Introduced to Japan around the late 1800's to early 1900's

Dango

Rice Dumplings (dango) are a Japanese confection made with rice flour, often served along with Green Tea. Three to four dumplings are normally added to each skewer.

Nattō

Nattō is a Japanese food that is made using fermented soybeans. Popular in various dishes and a high source of protein.

Octopus Balls

Octopus Balls are known in Japan as "takoyaki". A popular kind of vendor food that are a baked or fried, round dumplings made of diced octopus.

Pork Buns

Pork Buns are a ground meat filling wrapped in a flour dough and steamed.

Ramen

Ramen is a popular noodle dish throughout Asia. It originated in China, but introduced into Japan. Served in a broth made from fish or meat.

Rice

Rice is a staple of the diet through out Asia. They are firm grains that are softened when boiled and one of the most complex carbohydrates.

Rice Balls

Rice Balls (onigiri) are a popular Japanese food that is made by packing white rice into a triangle or oval shape. More often these have some form of filling in the middle.

Rice Cakes

Rice Cakes (mochi) are a Japanese confection made by pounding rice into a paste and forming into shapes. Plays a prominent role in Japanese New Years celebrations.

Rice Crackers

Rice Crackers (senbei) are a Japanese confection that are made from rice, and often include a sheet of nori attached. Traditionally served with Green Tea as an offering to house guests, or eaten as a snack.

Scallion

A 'weapon of choice' by many characters, it's known as a "Negi" in Japanese.

Sushi

A Japanese delicacy consisting of cooked vinegared rice which is commonly topped with other ingredients, such as fish or other seafood. It is sometimes rolled in to a roll or open. Sushi is one of the most common foods in the world.

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