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101 Japanse food, snacks and dishes to try.

Please vote on your top Japanese foods. You can pick up to 10. You can add one if it is not there. Just click on "add".  You'll see the results once you voted. Note: you can vote again the next day. Thanks.

  • Aburaage: Thin slice of fried tofu.
  • Chawanmushi: Steamed egg custard
  • Chirashi-zushi: fresh seafood on a bowl of rice.
  • Dango: dumplings on a stick.
  • Donburi: Big bowl of rice with meat, fish or veggies
  • Ebi furai: Fried Shrimp
  • Edamame: Steamed or boiled young soybean
  • Fugu: Pufferfish
  • Gobo kinpira: sauted burdock or lotus root.
  • Goya chanpuru: Okinawan stir fry of tofu, goya, egg, veggies and meat.
  • Gyoza: fried pot sticker
  • Gyudon: Beef bowl
  • Gyutan: Cow's tongue
  • Hayashi Rice: Beff, onions and button musrooms in thick demi-glazed sauce on rice.
  • Himono: Dried fish
  • Hiyashi Chuka: Cold ramen noodles with cucumber and egg.
  • Ikayaki: Grilled squid
  • Inari-zushi: Aburaage stuffed with sushi rice.
  • Kamaboko: fish sausage made from pureed white fish.
  • Karaage: Fried chicken
  • Kare-pan: Curry in bread
  • Kare raisu: Japanese curry
  • Kare-udon: Curry udon
  • Katsudon: Deep fried pork cultet, egg on top of rice
  • Katsusando: Katsu sandwich
  • Kenpi: strips of candied sweet potato
  • Korokke: Breaded deap fried dish with center minced meat, seafood or veggies n mashed potato or white sauce.
  • Kushiage or Kushikats: deep fried meats, seafoods and veggies in panko batter
  • Kyoho: Giant mountain grapes
  • Melon Pan: Sweet bun shaped like a melon
  • Mentaiko Spaghetti: Marinated roe of pollock and nori on spaghetti
  • Miso soup:
  • Mochi: pouned rice cake
  • Nanbansuke: Fried fish in vinegar marinate.
  • Nashi: Japanese pear
  • Natto: Fermented beans
  • Nikujaga: Beef and potato stew
  • Oden: various items stewed in light shoyu and dashi broth
  • Okonomiyaki: Savoury pancake (what you like grilled)
  • Omurice: Fried rice wrapped in thin omelete topped with ketchup or demi-glace sauce.
  • Onigiri: Rice ball
  • Oyakodon: Chicken omelet over rice
  • Ramen
  • Sashimi: Fresh raw fish sliced thinly
  • Sembie: Rice Cracker
  • Shabushabu:One pot dish of thin slice meat and veggies in water
  • Shiitake: Japanese mushroom
  • Shioyaki: Salted grilled fish
  • Shogayaki: Thin-sliced ginger fried pork
  • Shiso: Common garnsih
  • Soba: Buckwheat noodle
  • Somen: very thin wheat flour noodle served chilled.
  • Sushi
  • Sukiyaki: One pot dish of thin slice meat and veggies in soysauce and mirin
  • Taiyaki: Fish-shaped filled with anko, custard, cheese or sweet potato.
  • Takenoko: Bamboo shoots
  • Takoyaki: Octopus balls
  • Tamago Kake Gohan: raw egg on rice
  • Tempura: Deep fried battered seafood or veggies
  • Teppanyaki: performance show cooking steak, shrip, okonomiyaki and yakisoba.
  • Tofu: Bean curd
  • Tonkatsu: Deep fried breaded pork cutlet
  • Tsukemono: Pickled veggies
  • Udon: thick wheat noodle
  • Umeboshi: Japanese plum
  • Umibudo: Sea grape
  • Yaki-imo: Baked sweet potato
  • Yakitori: Grilled chicken
  • Yakiniku: Grilled meat
  • Yakisoba: Fried noodles in thick sauce
  • Yakizakana: Grilled fish
  • Other (Write-in)
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