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“What is your favourite Japanese food?”

好きな日本食は何ですか?

Please share your answer to Isaac’s question in the comment area below.


About Isaac:

FatherDutch
MotherJapanese
Age9
Born inthe Netherlands
Lived inthe Netherlands
Speaks Japanese⚫⚫⚫⚪⚪
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  • Atsushi より:

    (english/japanese)

    Ha ha. All this mention of such delicious foods!!! My mouth is watering, my stomach is going crazy! ALL of it!

  • Maya より:

    Ikura-donburi, sujiko gohan & mentaiko pasta !!! Anything with fish eggs! (My okaasan is from Hokkaido)

  • Facebook User より:

    お味噌汁!

  • Ken Armstrong より:

    curried rice

  • Akira より:

    Ramen <3

  • Cindy Fukazawa より:

    Okonomiyaki- love the process of cooking it on the table.

  • Facebook User より:

    Kare raisu and/or futomaki. My mom made it all the time, and it’s still my favorite, if I can find it, or get around to making it myself.

  • Facebook User より:

    Natto!

  • Facebook User より:

    Okonomiyaki and sushi!

  • Facebook User より:

    Katsu Donburi

  • Facebook User より:

    The one thing I always ask for in the Christmas package from Japan. Or when like now my mom is visiting in Asakusa is orange the ones covered in azuke bean are ok. My avarice are the ones covered in the sweet soy sauce glaze. Yummmy!!!!!

  • Ken より:

    Unidon and katsudon.

  • Facebook User より:

    Too many to name. Okinawa soba would be up there though. Goya champuru. Tofu.

  • Facebook User より:

    Shishyamo…. I know, so oyaji right?

    • Facebook User より:

      My favorite…never Oyaji eating Shishyamo.
      My first encounter visiting grandma (now deceased) in Japan, single then she served me Shishyamo for breakfast, miso soup, rice and takuwan. I ate it with heavy delight didn’t like the taste, didn’t want to disappoint granny.
      It’s funny after she died I started to like the food she made.

  • Facebook User より:

    Mochi!

  • Facebook User より:

    Hiyayakko is my go to comfort food. It’s hard to name a favorite. My mom’s oden was delicious.
    I like Japanese food – a lot of the Americanized Japanese food is way too sweet for my taste.

  • Facebook User より:

    Furikake on some fresh hot rice?

  • Facebook User より:

    One of my favorites that I did not have this year is hiyashi chuka. Maybe next year ….

  • Facebook User より:

    My favorite food is gyoza. Tons and tons of gyoza!

  • Facebook User より:

    Oh, man. I love it all. Ramen, soba, udon, curry, gyoza, sushi, tonkatsu ….

  • Facebook User より:

    Aburi-salmon sushi yum!!

  • Facebook User より:

    There is a kotowaza that says “you can’t change 2000 years worth of history” and I accepted that and embraced it. Then I was able to eat a lot more delicacies. I will not eat motsunabe or hormone yakiniku but I have eaten a lot of other things that may be offensive to North American people…it’s a different country and different culture. Sometimes it’s a don’t ask don’t tell situation, too.

  • Facebook User より:

    I also like (basashi) and don’t anyone jump down my throat. I am a Kyushu girl and I have lots of family from Kumamoto and that’s where basashi is famous from. It may sound gross, but it isn’t bad at all. It is a very sweet meat and full of flavour. I would love to have it again sometime. I also love gyusashimi and it, too, is awesome. I haven’t had it often. It wasn’t tataki but it was pure sashi. Loved it. I had it a few years ago at a yakiniku yasan in Waikiki and it was great!

  • Facebook User より:

    Basashi is surprisingly GOOD! I held out forever cause culturally Muricans LURVE our horses but since living in Asia I’m thinking, screw that….it’s a different culture. Who said a horse is cuter, e.g. than a pig….or even smarter. Pigs can be cute AND smart but we eat them things.

  • Facebook User より:

    Okaasan’s yakimeshi-it was the best in the universe and I could eat it every single day. No one’s touched hers.

  • Facebook User より:

    Gyoza!!! Keep ‘em comin’!

  • Facebook User より:

    Ramen…Curry Rice…Unagidon

  • Todd より:

    I love sushi of all sorts and eat it about once a week. We also love sukiyaki but save that for special occasions, especially New Year’s Day, to celebrate our Japanese heritage.

  • Facebook User より:

    Chawanmushi is such a treat for me! Mom would make it every time I was sick/ it was freezing outside. It’s so versatile and delicious.

  • Facebook User より:

    Oyako don

  • Facebook User より:

    I could eat omurice every day.

  • Alice より:

    Used to love ❤️ yakitori, oyako donburi, tonkatsu (actually ALL food in is really good) but since becoming pescatarian, I get my Japanese food fix from , furikake and ochazuke.

  • Facebook User より:

    Gyoza

  • Facebook User より:

    Gyoza….tofu!!!!

  • Clemente21 より:

    As you probably know, it’s difficult to narrow to one thing. When it’s cold outside nothing is better than a good bowl of ramen (udon or soba works too) and gyoza. When you get the chance to visit Japan try negitoro maki, which is a type of sushi. Maki is the rolled sushi with seaweed and toro is tuna belly (so there’s a lot of fan which has a LOT of flavor but fish fat is healthy fat, hah hah) and negi is Welsh onion I believe which just adds a little different flavor but it’s subtle.

    The best sushi is in Japan due to the freshness of the seafood. Also wagyu yakiniku (wa is Japan and gyu means beef and it is AKA Kobe Beef, at least here in the U.S.) is out of this world. Yakiniku just means grilled meat and is also known as Korean BBQ. This Korean style of grilling beef either on top of a gas grill or charcoal was invented in Japan by ethnic Koreans. In Korean they would normally cook their beef (bulkogi) on a half-moon hot plate. What I mean by that is it curves up towards you in the middle part of the pan and then the juices and fat drips toward the outer edges. I’ve heard some people call a Genghis Khan hotplate . You’ll see that half-moon pan in plenty of restaurants and homes too, in Japan and Korea.

  • Facebook User より:

    Sukiyaki, but love the basics too: somen, udon, & okonomiyaki! I stay away from the more exotic food.

  • Facebook User より:

    First thing I get when I arrive in Japan is ramen. It just seems to taste best there. 🙂

  • Facebook User より:

    Too much to list down here.

  • Facebook User より:

    Ramen & curry!

  • Facebook User より:

    Yakisoba currently, but the answer changes based on the season.

  • Cheryl より:

    It changes based on the season, but right now, yakisoba.

  • Facebook User より:

    Just one? This is hard. Natto but it’s not just one answer!!!!!

  • Facebook User より:

    Sushi and ramen

  • Facebook User より:

    Too basic but it has to be salmon sushi 🙂 made by mum of course <3

  • Facebook User より:

    Probably one od the most difficult quiestions ever!!! I dsay ramen…or gyoza…though I love chawamushi too… Argh…. hard… ok… if I have to chose only one I d say ramen!

  • Facebook User より:

    Probably curry raisu.

  • Facebook User より:

    Curry or Okinawa soba

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