This famous Japanese dish features vinegar-seasoned rice paired with raw or cooked seafood, vegetables, and egg.
From nigiri to rolls, sushi highlights fresh ingredients.
Ramen’s tasty broth with curly noodles can have miso, soy sauce, salt, or tonkotsu base.
Toppings like chashu pork, egg, seaweed, and green onions customize each bowl.
The light, crispy batter of tempura encases ingredients like shrimp, vegetables, or fish. Made fresh when ordered, it’s often served with rice and miso soup.
These bite-sized grilled skewers offer savory and sweet flavors.
Yakitori features chicken as well as vegetables in tasty tare sauce or salt.
Meaning “cooked as you like it,” okonomiyaki satisfies with a variety of ingredients.
The savory Japanese pancake is flipped with a spatula for even cooking.
When visiting Japan, enjoy these popular foods and discover more local specialties around the country.