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 What is an example of traditional Japanese food?

Answer Other than sushi, here are some typical home/mother cooked meals.... Pickles (all sorts of radish) Niku-jaga (simmered potato and meat)Rice BallsTamago-yaki (rolled omelette)Kimpira Gobo (braised b... Read More »
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Simple Japanese cooking I'd love to cook Japanese food and their are asian stores/international market around?

Stock soy sauce, sugar, sake and mirin (which is just a sweet sake, so you can substitute sake and sugar) in your shelf all the time because these four ingredients are indispensable for Japanese c... Read More »
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Traditional Japanese Toilet?

Traditional toilets in Japan are similar to other traditional toilets found across Asia. They are known as squat toilets and are located on the floor. They are still common throughout the country a... Read More »
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Traditional Japanese meals?

Lots of people here seem to think Japanese eat sushi and sashimi on a daily basis, but from my knowledge it is something they eat during festivals.Traditional Japanese Breakfast: Onigiri (Japanese ... Read More »
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How to Make a Traditional Japanese Kite?

There are many different traditional Japanese kite styles, such as Suruga-dako, Sagara-dako and Rokkaku, the six-sided kite, because each arises from a different province in Japan. One of the more ... Read More »
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