unrefined sake in Hiragana - Zangyo-Ninja

It is sake made by self-brewing, and it is basically a violation of the Sake Tax Law under current Japanese law. However, it is good for sake brewers to make this, and it is allowed at certain times. It is a state of sake that has been fermented like sake and has been brewed … Read More

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soft-shelled turtle - Zangyo-Ninja

A type of turtle that lives in rivers, lakes, and swamps. It inhabits rivers throughout Japan, except Hokkaido, the Korean Peninsula, China, and the eastern Indochina Peninsula. It has a soft, flat shell about 20-40cm in length. The edible history is old, and it is said that there was even a government office that … Read More

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salmon and vegetable stew with miso and butter hotpod - Zangyo-Ninja

This is a Japanese hot pot dish made with crab as a main ingredient and miso seasoned, and is a local dish of Hokkaido. Often confused with Sanpei soup using salted salmon, Ishikari Nabe uses raw salmon that is made with miso and is not salted. Japanese says “Ishi kari nabe”.

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Japanese hamburg - Zangyo-Ninja

A dish with soy sauce and noodle soup in the sauce and daikon radish and chopped large leaves on top of a hamburger steak. Hamburg is based on meat, but sometimes it is cooked in a tofu hamburg. Japan call “Wa fu Ha n ba gu” in Japanese Kanji with Katakana.

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Black vinegar pickles - Zangyo-Ninja

Food soaked in black vinegar for several hours to several days. There are few foods on the market because there are many recipes for pickling homemade vegetables. Japan call “Kuro zu zuke”.

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heavy drinker - Zangyo-Ninja

1. A person who drinks a lot. And people who are not very drunk. In Japan, there is something like a rank for a heavy drinker, and its strength increases in the order of “Uwabami-> colander(Zaru)-> frame(Wa)”. 2. Hyogo’s sake. Japanese calls “Shu go”.

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Restaurant the Messiah - Zangyo-Ninja

Japan call “Meshi ya” by vertically word, “Kyu sei shu” by horizontally. Also same pronunciation is used in Japanese “Meshiya”.

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beans - Zangyo-Ninja

1. Seeds of leguminous plants. In particular, it sometimes refers to soybeans. 2. Small in shape. 3. Clitoris (slang) It is polite word, Japan calls “O mame” in Japanese Hiragana and Kanji.

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Taste of home cooking - Zangyo-Ninja

A term that refers to home cooking experienced during childhood, or the taste formed thereby, and dishes that evoke them. Japan call “O fu ku ro no aji” in Japanese Hiragana and Kanji.

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Sushi one character - Zangyo-Ninja

Fish seasoned with vinegar and salt mixed with fish meat and vegetables. Also, vinegared rice is served with fish and shellfish meat and other ingredients. There are many varieties.

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Miso soy paste - Zangyo-Ninja

1. One of the Japanese style seasonings. Steamed soybeans, fermented by adding salt and koji. 2. Something similar to miso in color and condition in the shells of crabs and shrimps. 3. Proud advantages. A point where the ideas and ideas were broken.

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a bowl of rice with chicken egg and vegetables - Zangyo-Ninja

1. Stir-fried simmered chicken and onion, shiitake mushrooms, etc. are simmered with chicken eggs on a bowl of rice. It is said that it began around the middle of the Meiji era. Parents(Oya) and children(Ko) mean chicken and chicken eggs. 2. Having physical negotiations on both the mother and her daughter. Also, for one … Read More

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additive‐free - Zangyo-Ninja

Do not add preservatives, coloring, etc. that are not good for health to food. Japanese says “Mu ten ka”.

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sugar - Zangyo-Ninja

White crystals soluble in water. Sugar cane, sugar beet etc. Used for seasoning. Simple sugars are called monosaccharides and include glucose, fructose, and galactose. Japanese says “Sa to”.

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mackerel cooked with miso - Zangyo-Ninja

Japanese fish dishes in which mackerel fillets are simmered with seasonings such as miso. The basic recipe is to simmer mackerel with miso and sugar, sake, mirin and ginger. One of the representative ones of Japanese mackerel dishes. Japan call “Sa ba no mi so ni”.

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pumpkin - Zangyo-Ninja

The origin is the Americas. Main production areas are China, India, Ukraine, Africa. brightly colored vegetables that are edible fruits and rich in vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin E. Japan calls “Kabocha”.

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garland chrysanthemum - Zangyo-Ninja

Asteraceae annual or biennial grass. The height is 20 to 60 cm. The leaves have deep cuts and are soft. Open yellow or white flowering head from summer to autumn. The aroma is high and is grown as food. Japanese calls “Shun Giku”.

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osmund - Zangyo-Ninja

any fern of the genus Osmund: large ferns with creeping rhizomes. Eats shoots in Japan. One of the typical wild plants that makes you feel spring. It grows naturally in the mountains of Japan, and the young shoots picked in early spring are edible. In general, dried Osmund, which is a dried boiled product, … Read More

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capsicum - Zangyo-Ninja

1. Chiefly tropical perennial shrubby plants having many-seeded fruits, sweet and hot peppers. 2. Any of various tropical plants of the genus Capsicum bearing peppers. Japanese says “ban syo” and “tougarashi”.

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Honey - Zangyo-Ninja

a sweet yellow liquid produced by bees. Japanese says “hachi mitsu”.

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Tempura - Zangyo-Ninja

It is a Japanese dish in which ingredients such as seafood and vegetables are wrapped in a garment mainly made of wheat flour and fried in oil. The etymology of tempura is “tempero” which means “cooking” in Portuguese and “templo” which means “heavenly day (day when birds and beasts are forbidden and eat fried … Read More

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Pomegranate - Zangyo-Ninja

large globular fruit having many seeds with juicy red pulp in a tough brownish-red rind. Japanese says Zakuro.

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Riceball hiragana - Zangyo-Ninja

Sometimes with a filling and wrapped in Nori (Seaweed laver 海苔) That word in Japanese Hiragana Japanese says Onigiri.

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Deep-fried chicken - Zangyo-Ninja

It is a side dish that’s popular in Japan. Japanese says “Tori No Kara Age”.

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Cacao - Zangyo-Ninja

tropical American tree producing cacao beans. Japan calls “Ka Ka O”.

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simple meal - Zangyo-Ninja

It is also a must to have “one bowl of soup and one side dish” with a typical meal. Japan calls ‘Ichiju issai’. “Ichiju issai” was originally used to mean “simple meal (coarse meal)” with only one side dish, but westernization of eating habits, overeating (overnutrition), and obesity tendency. In recent years, when the … Read More

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black vinegar - Zangyo-Ninja

Some black vinegars are brewed from brown rice, low-polished rice, and barley. Glutinous rice is used as the raw material for Kozu, which was born in China. Japanese says Kuro-Zu.

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Brown rice - Zangyo-Ninja

unpolished rice retaining the yellowish-brown outer layer. Japanese says “Gen Mai”.

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peach - Zangyo-Ninja

downy juicy fruit with sweet yellowish or whitish flesh. It’s light pink color in Japan. Japan calls Mo-Mo.

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Carbonated water - Zangyo-Ninja

1 a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring. 2 effervescent beverage artificially charged with carbon dioxide. Japan calls “tan san sui”.

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Bamboo shoots - Zangyo-Ninja

A young bud from the rhizome of bamboo in early summer. Several times it is covered with leather, growing grows in a few days while leaving the skin off. It is edible while it is soft. Japanese says Takenoko.

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Shiitake mushroom - Zangyo-Ninja

edible east Asian mushroom having a golden or dark brown to blackish cap and an inedible stipe. Spontaneously grow or grow in dead trees such as Shi, Nara, Knuckle, Oak. Japanese says Shii-Take.

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