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 The Styles of Ginger Dressings in Japanese Restaurants?

Answer Ginger, known in Japan as "shago," is one of the country's oldest seasonings, used for medicinal and culinary purposes. In Japanese restaurants, ginger dressings often top salads, coleslaws and mea... Read More »
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Why do Chinese in my city open japanese restaurants whereas they are not Japanese and don't know their culture?

Japanese food is good, and since there are not many Japanese people around to open up Japanese restaurants, Chinese people step up to the plate.Also, Japanese people aren't as flashy as Chinese peo... Read More »
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What are the best Japanese restaurants in San Francisco?

I can't say that these are the best because I haven't tried them all, but here are some restaurants that I enjoy visiting on occasion.For Ramen:Sappora-ya in Japantown. Upstairs in the mall.Hotei o... Read More »
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Where are authentic Japanese restaurants in Chicago ?

There were no authentic restaurants. Mostly just fancy sushi joints. There used to be a place about 7 years ago on Chicago Ave called Yanase, but sadly it closed. Good luck.
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Japanese Eating Styles?

The typical Japanese meal consists of rice, cooked vegetables, pickled vegetables, fish or meat and soup. Even the traditional Japanese breakfast consists of these foods, rather than the Western-st... Read More »
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