flavor of native dishes
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Ingredients and dishes eaten at the place where you were born and raised. Or a dish made by the person who raised it. Japanese says “Ko Kyo no Aji”, “Furu Sato no Aji”. > How does it taste 🙂 ふるさとのあじ 漢字とひらがな

Pomegranate
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Please check it out! > example products large globular fruit having many seeds with juicy red pulp in a tough brownish-red rind. Japanese calls Zakuro. ざくろ 漢字

Kombucha in Kanji
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Black tea fungus is spread wrong out US and Euro as Kombucha. Originally, tea made of powdered kelp. Japanese calls Kon-Bu-Cha. > Japanese Food Kanji stock こんぶちゃ 昆布茶 漢字

Apple
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fruit with red or yellow or green skin and sweet to tart crisp whitish flesh. The fruit shape is large and round, and the pericarp is crimson with stripes and has a luster close to that of Fuji. The flesh is yellowish white, slightly hard, with a good balance of sugar content and acidity, … Read More

miso
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漢字 味噌 みそ a thick paste made from fermented soybeans and barley or rice malt. Japanese says mi-so. Please check it out! > example here! ミソ 発酵食品 漢字

soy sauce
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One of the most important seasonings in Japan, unique to Japan. Soy sauce koji made from soybeans and wheat is prepared by adding a concentrated salt solution and squeezed and fermented for about one year. Japanese calls Shou-Yu, Sho-yu. > Japanese foods stock > seasoning stocks しょうゆ 漢字

capsicum
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Please check it out! > example products 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. トウガラシ バンショウ 漢字

Yakiniku
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Baked meat. In addition, it is a dish that is eaten while grilling over an open flame with sauce on meat and internal organs such as beef, pork, and chicken. Japanese says yaki-niku. > food and drink stocks 漢字 焼肉 やきにく

Carbonated water
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1 a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring. 2 effervescent beverage artificially charged with carbon dioxide. Japanese says tan-san-sui. > beverage stocks たんさんすい 漢字

Mango
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large oval tropical fruit having smooth skin, juicy aromatic pulp, and a large hairy seed. > fruit Kanji stocks マンゴー 漢字 檬果

Honey
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Please check it out! > example products a sweet yellow liquid produced by bees.Japanese says hachi-mitsu. はちみつ ハニー 漢字

beans
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any of various edible seeds of plants of the family Leguminosae used for food. it sometimes refers to soybeans. it is polite word, Japanese says o-mame. > beans stocks おまめ 漢字

additive‐free
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> products the state of being free of additives.Japanese says mu-ten-ka. むてんか 漢字

sugar
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a white crystalline carbohydrate used as a sweetener and preservativeJapanese says sa-to. Please check it out! > product for example さとう 漢字 砂糖

Taste of home cooking
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A word that refers to a dish made by a mother, a home-cooked dish that feels nostalgic with the region raised by eating it. mom’s home cooking. taste of mom’s cooking. It’s in Hiragana and Kanji. > Family in Japanese stock おふくろのあじ 平仮名と漢字

earthy taste
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Please check it out!  > example stuff Japanese says shi-zen-na-aji. 漢字 平仮名 自然な味 しぜんなあじ

salt
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white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food. During the Warring States (Sengoku) period, Kenshin Uesugi learned that the territory of the enemy general Takeda Shingen was suffering from a shortage of salt, and sent salt. It means “to seek long-term profits and reasons rather than immediate profits and … Read More

Japanese food
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the specific foods planted/produced and well-eaten in Japan, such as fruits, vegetables, confections, snacks, etc.Japanese says Wa-Syoku. > example products 和食 わしょく

[Kanji] Kombucha T-shirt
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[Kanji] Kombucha T-shirt Black tea fungus is spread wrong out US and Euro as Kombucha. Originally, A drink made by pouring boiling water into finely chopped or powdered kelp. Japanese calls Kon-Bu-Cha.

[Hiragana] Riceball T-shirt
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A dish in which ingredients are put inside and wrapped in cooked rice. Alternatively, rice balls cooked with ingredients such as vegetables and meat or mixed rice in a ball shape are also called Onigiri. Japanese says “O ni gi ri”. [Hiragana] Riceball T-shirt

Riceball in Hiragana
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please check it out! > example products sometimes with a filling and wrapped in nori That word in Japanese Hiragana Japanese calls Onigiri おにぎり

Milk
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White opaque liquid with secretions from bovine mammary glands. In addition to being consumed as a beverage that contains a large amount of nutritional components and is easily digested and absorbed, it is also widely used as a raw material for dairy products such as cheese, yogurt, and butter. Japanese calls Gyu-Nyu. > beverages … Read More

[Kanji] Turnip T-shirts
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[Kanji] turnip Tee Shirts Brassica campestris. Turnip is a type of oilseed rape, and is a member of bok choy, Chinese cabbage, rape blossoms, and cabbage. It is one of the vegetables that has been popular in Japan for a long time, and many varieties have been cultivated all over the country. Japanese calls … Read More

[Kanji] Chocolate T-Shirts
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[Kanji] Chocolate T-Shirt Confectionery and beverages made from cocoa beans. The origin of the word is that the indigenous people of Mexico called chocolate rattle (meaning bitter water) a drink made by crushing cocoa beans and making it muddy. This is penmanship in Japanese Kanji.

Buckwheat noodles
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Please check it out! > example stuff Japan calls So-Ba. It is of healthy foods in Japan. it’s same Kanji Soba flour (Buckwheat beans).

[Kanji] many kind of fishes for Sushi Hoodie
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[Kanji] many kind of fishes for Sushi Hoodie anything made with vinegared rice. fishes for sushi. Aji(Horse mackerel), Asari(Japanese littleneck clam), Ayu(sweetfish), Awabi, Bora(striped mullet), Buri(amberfish), Chozame, Dojou, Ebi(Shrimp), Fugu(Globefish), Funa, Hamachi, Hamo, Higai, Hirame(Flat fish), Ika(Squid), Isagi, Isaza, Iruka(Dolphin), Iwana, Iwashi, Kajika(young yellowtail tuna), Kamasu, Karei, Katsuo(bonito), Kawahag, Koi(Carp), Konoshiro, Kujira(Whale), Maguro(Tuna), Managatsuo(Bonito), … Read More

walnut
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Please check it out! > example here nut of any of various walnut trees having a wrinkled two-lobed seed with a hard shell. Japanese calls Kurumi. 胡桃 クルミ 漢字

Tempura
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deep-fried fish and vegetables in a light batter. > more Japanese food stocks てんぷら 漢字

turnip
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please check it out! > example products widely cultivated plant having a large fleshy edible white or yellow root. any of several widely cultivated plants having edible roots. root of any of several members of the mustard family. Japanese calls Kabu, Kanbura or Kaburana. 蕪 かぶ かぶら

mandarin orange
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a somewhat flat reddish-orange loose skinned citrus of China. medium-sized largely seedless mandarin orange with thin smooth skin. Japanese calls Mi-Kan. > Fruits stock みかん 漢字

Apple by horizontally
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Apples are the oldest fruit eaten by mankind and are said to have originated about 8,000 years ago. Cultivation began in Japan from the Meiji era. fruit with red or yellow or green skin and sweet to tart crisp whitish flesh. Japanese calls Rin-Go. > fruit stocks 林檎 リンゴ りんご

pumpkin
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usually large pulpy deep-yellow round fruit of the squash family maturing in late summer or early autumn). a coarse vine widely cultivated for its large pulpy round orange fruit with firm orange skin and numerous seeds. Japanese calls Kabocha. > example stuff カボチャ 漢字

Shiitake mushroom
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> example stuff edible east Asian mushroom having a golden or dark brown to blackish cap and an inedible stipe. Japanese calls Shii-Take. しいたけ 漢字 椎茸

olive oil
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Olive oil is an oil obtained from the olive (Olea europaea; family Oleaceae), a traditional tree crop of the Mediterranean Basin. It is commonly used in cooking, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and soaps and as a fuel for traditional oil lamps. Olive oil is used throughout the world, but especially in the Mediterranean countries. > seasoning … Read More

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