What to eat in Japan?
Hi, every one, welcome back to my channel.
So today, I’ve got a list of 10 Fujish different tryouts
when you’re in Japan.
And I’m not going to talk the obvious one like
像是寿司 拉面 天妇罗或是章鱼烧
Sushi, and Ramen, and Tempura and Takoyaki.
Because I know a lot of you are going to be having that already.
And there’s just so much more food out here in Japan.
That is great but not as well-known to foreigners.
So I would like to show you guys that today and since this Valentine’s Day,
I will add in five sweets for you guys.
And just because I want to speak for myself.
And please comment down below what is your favorite food in Japan
or what you want to try out.
And yeah enough for me talking.
Let’s get on the video.
First, we’ve got Sukiyaki.
Sukiyaki is a japanese styled hot pot
usually cooked with beef and vegetables
in a soy sauce and sugar base.
After cooked, it’s usually dipped in raw egg.
You’ve heard of Okonomi-yaki.
Have you heard of Monjayaki?
It’s tender and much runnier than Okonomi-yaki.
Batter mixed with cabbage and various ingredients
cooked on a hot iron plate and
spread thinly forming a thin and goo-like texture.
Beef tongue may not sound so good but trust me, it’s delicious.
A dish consisting of pieces of thinly sliced beef tongue
cooked over a charcoal grill.
Next we’ve got the very popular Eel.
Grilled eel is a relatively expensive delicacy in Japan.
Usually seasoned with a sweetish sauce.
Chazuke is a dish which is tea poured over rice
with various toppings sprinkled over it.
Toppings such as dried seaweed, cod roe and salmon.
And we’ve got Tonkatsu on the list.
Tonkatsu consists of a breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet.
There are two main types, fillet and sirloin.
Next we’ve got the very traditional Kaisekj.
A traditional multi-course japanese dinner.
Fine dinning with many courses and seasonal ingredients.
I double love the kansai region Kushi-katsu.
A kansai region dish where meat and vegetables
are put on skewers and fried in batter.
Usually eaten by dipping in worcester sauce.
Next we’ve got the simple yet delicious Yakitori.
Yakitori is a dish in which skewered chicken is seasoned with
a sweet salt or soy sauce based sauce and barbecued.
And winter’s favorite Nabe.
Generally there’s two types of bases lightly flavored stock
which is kombu and strongly flavored stock
像是味增 酱油 鱼汤
like miso, soy sauce, dashi.
And make sure to try the Chanko-Nabe often even among the sumo wrestlers.
And the Motsu-nabe a very popular one in the kushi region.
And now moving on desserts got the japanese fruit parfait.
Famous for being really cute, unique or just really good taste.
Next we’ve got my favorite Japanese crepe.
甜甜的 可口的 还有其他的你可以在原宿看到
Sweet ones, savory ones and check out the ones from Harajuku.
Next step of Japanese delicacy Strawberry Daifuku.
These strawberries covered with whipping and chewing mochi.
Next very popular one Taiyaki.
They usually sold on the streets
and you can find many different flavors.
Last but not least
we’ve got another Japanese delicacy Warabi Mochi.
It’s a jelly-like delicacy made from Britain starch.
And usually dipped or covered in kinako.
So which one do you want to try?
Comment down below