10 Typical Japanese Foods

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Japanese cuisine is a combination of harmonious colors and exquisite decoration. That Japanese dishes look pretty and have elegant flavor makes themselves become the most popular food in the world. This is a list of ten tasty traditional-style Japanese cuisine that are a must try when traveling in Japan.

 

Sushi

Sushi is perhaps the most famous Japanese food in the world. In Japanese cuisine, sushi indicates dishes cooked vinegar rice commonly topped with raw fish, or put into rolls.

 

Kushikatsu

Kushikatsu is a variation of the famous fried pork cutlet. A deep-fried cutlet of meat or vegetable is skewered on bamboo skewers and eaten with a tonkatsu dipping sauce.

 

Yakisoba

Yakisoba is a popular Japanese dish for all the generations. It is also a typical dish sold at food stalls in Japanese festivals. Ramen-style noodles stir-fried with pieces of pork and vegetables and flavored with yakisoba sauce.

 

Nikuman

Nikuman (niku-manju) are steamed cakes with seasoned ground pork filling. Niku means meat in Japanese. Nikuman are popularly eaten as snacks in fall and winter

 

Tempura

Tempura was brought to Japan by the Portuguese. Thin strips of vegetables and seafood lightly is dipped in batter then briefly deep-fried in hot oil and eaten with a tentsuyu dipping sauce or sprinkled with sea salt.

 

Yakiniku

Yakiniku is generally thought to be high in cholesterol, but our method of preparation is regarded as the ideal and most healthy way to cook meat. Thinly sliced beef and vegetables grilled over a charcoal or gas burner and eaten with a tare (sweetened, thickened soy sauce) dipping sauce.

 

Okonomiyaki

It’s a traditional Japanese food that is sometimes called “Japanese Pancake” or “Japanese Pizza”.

 

Ramen

Ramen are Chinese style noodles prepared in a soup with various toppings. Ramen is one of the many popular dishes that were originally introduced from China but have become completely Japanized over time.

 

Sukiyaki

Thinly sliced beef and vegetables simmered in a shallow iron pot in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar and mirin.

 

Yakitori

Skewered chicken pieces that are grilled over hot charcoals.

 

 

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