Light and fresh are the two words I’d pick to sum up Japanese cuisine. While it took a day or so to adjust, the food definitely agreed with me. I grew up on a diet of rice, and to this date my stomach still does best with Asian food – I have trouble digesting heavier meals.
Also, impeccable? Someone on the Japanese food subreddit commented that while they’d encountered some food that wasn’t up their alley, they’d never had a bad meal there – and I couldn’t agree more.
I’ll never get tired of udon and tempura.
You definitely wouldn’t want to eat burnt ramen too often, but it’s certainly something special.
Stumbled across champon noodles, which turned out to be his new favourite dish.
Sushi (say no more). Lean red tuna, get in my belly. The miso that came with this particular meal was mind blowing – the most complex and subtle I’ve ever had. Like with Vietnamese pho, I doubt we’ll ever find that here at home.
So delicious! I find Japanese food authentic, full of flavor, and very delicious especially sushi and maki! Their food presentation is awesome!
So delicious! I am a fan of Japanese food. What I love the most is the California maki.
I love Japanese food – can’t wait till I actually visit Japan someday and get to enjoy it there. I think I can eat sushi almost everyday!
I love Japanese food! Your pictures look so appetizing!
Oh boy I had a light dinner and those pics made me starving, lol! I love Japan and Japanese food. Fresh udon is hard to beat – the noodles are chewy unlike what you get in the States. I was in Japan about a year ago and ate myself silly. They have the most expensive giant purple grapes there that are better than candy!