japanese food, tonkatsu

Japanese Food 100 – #10 Tonkatsu

Tonkatsu is Japanese style deep-fried pork cutlet. Ton means pork and Katsu means deep-fried cutlet. Pork fillet or pork loin is dipped into egg and then coated with bread crumbs before being deep fried. Usually, Tonkatsu is served together with thinly shredded cabbage and a unique sweet and spic... more
japanese food, gyoza

Japanese Food 100 – #9 Gyoza

Gyoza (Dumpling) is originally a Chinese food but since it has been in Japan for a long time It is said that Gyoza came from China is in Edo period, especially, from 1630 to 1700) , Japanese Gyoza differ from the original Chinese Gyoza. Unlike Gyoza is served as boiled in China, in Japan, Gyoza are... more
japanese food, yakitori

Japanese Food 100 – #8 Yakitori

Yakitori means grilled chicken in Japanese. Small pieces of chicken and/or vegetables are pieced into wood stick and charcoal grilled. You can chose salt or sweet and savory sauce for flavoring. There are different parts of chicken such as the breasts, thighs, skin, livers, kidneys and hearts. F... more
japanese food, curry rice, japanese curry rice

Japanese Food 100 – #7 Japanese Curry Rice

Called Curry-Rice in Japanese, it’s one of the most popular Japanese dishes and widely consumed in Japan. You can cook Curry-Rice to be spicy or not spicy and that is why Curry-Rice is loved by all ages from kids to elderly people. The basic ingredients are onions, carrots, potatoes and meat (can ... more
japanese food, karaage,

Japanese Food 100 – #6 Karaage

Japanese people enjoy Karaage at variety of occasions. Karaage is not only for a side dish for lunch or dinner but also a side dish for Bento (Japanese boxed lunch) or a snack while drinking. Karaage can be made by meats or fish but chicken Karaage is the most common Karaage. Of course, many rest... more
14 / 15« TOP...1112131415