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17:26 Sep 7, 2000
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Japanese term or phrase: types of Japanese food
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Daniel Watson

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na +1Nihon shoku no hitotsuno shuruibgccb
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doesn't appear to be a translation question, but....


Fact 1) Sushi
Fact 2) Tempura, a kind of light batter frying of food
Fact 3) Soba, a type of buckwheat noodle
Fact 4) Udon, a large noodle that's kind of like ramen
These 4 are born and bred Japanese cooking, but there are also many regional specialties [like Kobe beef and Okinawan blends of Chinese/Japanese styles] and imported foods.

Misbelief 1) Sushi is raw fish
Even 7-11 sushi plates will include at least one portion of fried egg, maybe one of roe, and a boiled shrimp one.
Misbelief 2) Ramen is not Japanese
Since it came from China, it's not considered Japanese though Japanese eat a lot of it (the same goes for gyoza and shumai, 2 types of Chinese dumplings as they are all written in Katakana).

    Me, having lived in Northern Japan and now in Tokyo
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335 days peer agreement (net): +1
Nihon shoku no hitotsuno shurui

is the translation for "Japanese type of food"


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