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Japanese Food Names

Decoding Japanese food, what do the prefixes and suffixes mean? -- Japan, Japanese, food, tradition, language, customs, eating, descriptions

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from Condospalillos. Recetas japonesas y fotografía gastronómica

Cocina japonesa para principiantes. Variedades de fideos

Variedade de macarrão japonês

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from Condospalillos. Recetas japonesas y fotografía gastronómica

Cocina japonesa para principiantes. Variedades de setas japonesas

Japanese cuisine for beginners. Japanese mushroom varieties

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Nigiri Sushi by sahua d #Infographic #Sushi #Nigiri

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Narutomaki (Kamaboko)_This is how you make Narutomaki_Where Does Naruto name come from?_Naruto is name after the Japan food Narutomaki? Naruto is a Japanese Fish Cake with a Pink Spiral commonly used to decorate ramen. For those of you who don't know, those swirly flakes in your ramen soup are called Narutomaki - a form of Kamaboko called narutomaki because it is reminiscent of the whirlpools in the naruto sea.

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Minions Bento

Sending some Baymax ❤️ this morning! How is your weekend looking? I'm working today ! So sharing a happier latergram posting of this impromptu bento workshop that I did for @chocolatemuimui. We met up again and instead of a makan session, she requested to make bento. So I guided her to make this super easy and cute Baymax bento! Only took us 30mins! Can you tell who made which one? Heh tap to find out!

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Okonomiyaki: Japanese Street Food

Often described as a “Japanese pizza”, okonomiyaki is actually more like a pancake. I think the reason people compare it to a pizza is because you can fill it with just about anything that suits your fancy. Fitting, given that its name literally translates to “grilled as you like it”. http://www.pbs.org/food/fresh-tastes/okonomiyaki-classic-japanese-street-food

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