DangoRelated to mochi, dango (Japanese: 団子) is a Japanese dumpling made from mochiko (rice flour). It is sticky and filling. It is often served with green tea.Taiyaki a Japanese waffle-like cake traditionally filled with sweet azuki bean paste (although it can be filled with other things), fried and molded into the shape of a carp.MochiPrepare steamed sticky rice; 3.While eaten year-round, mochi is a traditional food for the Japanese New Year and commonly sold and eaten at that time. Mochi is very sticky; every year after the new year, it is reported in the media how many people die from choking on it.SakeA Japanese alcoholic beverage, brewed from rice.RamenRamen (ラーメン Rāmen, pronounced roughly ) is the Japanese version of the Chinese noodle soup dish lā mi�n (拉麵, lit. "pulled noodles"). The original Chinese la mian is believed to have been served with sauce. Ramen has been firmly integrated into the Japanese culinary landscape, and many regional variations exist.NarutoJapanese food, is a kind of Kamaboko with a red whirling pattern (like the Debian whirl) and usually served as one of toppings for Ramen or hot Soba. The name came from famous whirlpools appear in the Naruto strait. In Japanese, "naruto" means "roaring strait".SushiIn Japanese cuisine, sushi (鮨 or 鮓 or, most commonly, 寿司) is a food made of vinegared rice combined with a topping or filling of fish, seafood, vegetables, or egg. The topping may be raw, cooked, or marinated; and may be served scattered in a bowl of rice, rolled in a strip of seaweed, laid onto hand-formed clumps of rice, or stuffed in a small tofu pouch.BentoBentō (弁当, べんとう) is Japanese for a single-portion takeout meal. A traditional bento consists of rice, fish or meat and one or more pickled or cooked vegetables as a side dish. Containers range from disposable mass produced to hand crafted lacquerware. While bento are readily available at convenience stores and bento shops (弁当屋, bentō-ya) throughout Japan, it is still considered an essential skill of a Japanese housewife to be able to prepare an appealing boxed lunch.Green TeaGreen tea (绿茶) is "true" tea (i.e. Camellia sinensis) that has undergone minimal oxidation during processing. Green tea is popular in China and Japan, and recently has become more popular in the West, which traditionally drank black tea (a "true" tea made from leaves more heavily oxidized than the white, green, and oolong varieties).
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