How to eat a meal in style in Japan
As we approach the first anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japanese foodies are still scrambling to figure out what to make for dinner and what not to eat.
As the country prepares to reopen after the shutdown, the answer to the latter question will come as a surprise to many.
While many people are eating up their leftover ramen noodles or noodles from the restaurant tables at their local cafes and restaurants, others are going the extra mile by trying to create unique dishes.
And while there are a lot of great Japanese dishes to choose from, there are also some that are hard to find and can be hard to prepare.
For instance, if you are going to try out a new Japanese food for the first time, it might be a good idea to try some of the recipes below.
You might even find some recipes you will not be able to recreate at home.
But even if you can’t find something you like, you can still get a taste of what the Japanese culinary culture has to offer.
Below are some of our favorite Japanese recipes, but be aware that these recipes are not all vegetarian or vegan.
If you want to try something different, you should definitely try out recipes like our favorite eggplant curry.
If not, don’t worry about it.
The best way to discover Japanese cuisine is to cook it yourself, so it is always a good thing to find recipes that are a little bit off the beaten path.
Read more about eating Japanese food in Japan.