Top Japanese Food to Try When Visiting in Japan
Summary: Traditional Japanese food is one of the yummiest and exotic types of foods in the entire world.
If you’re planning a trip to Japan, you’re likely to encounter some exotic foods that you’ve probably never seen before. Here are some suggestions that’ll point you in the right direction.
Now, most Americans tend to identify Japanese cuisine with sushi or sashimi. While it’s a common type of food to eat, and with so many restaurants serving their own style, nothing beats authenticity. Sushi is essentially a piece of rice seasoned with a rice vinegar mix and mixed with different ingredients: fish, vegetables, nori, etc. Combine it with a mixture of soy sauce or wasabi and you’ll have a plethora of flavors in your mouth. Remember, sushi can be categorized. Such examples include: nigiri sushi, maki sushi, temaki sushi, and more.
No, this isn’t your instant noodle cup that’ll raise your blood pressure to levels higher than you can count. Rather, it’s one of the most popular options when it come to authentic Japanese cuisine. Essentially, it’s a wheat noodles bowl served in a soy sauce or miso soup mixed with a variety of ingredients. Common ingredients include slices of pork, green onion, seaweek, and egg. The most important part of the dish is the soup. The flavor of the broth is what tops off the entirety of the bowl itself. The way the pork is cooked, you’ll find that sometimes it breaks into pieces as soon as you catch it with your chopsticks. It’s a satisfying experience that you’re sure to remember.