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Kanji for Soy Sauce

Japanese Shouyu

Shouyu is the primary flavorings used in Japanese cooking. Shouyu is used in nearly all Japanese dishes, as a dip, as a sauce, and for seasoning, and it has played a major part in the development of Japanese cooking. Although other countries also have soy-based sauces, Japanese shouyu differs from its Chinese and Southeast Asian counterparts in both taste and fragrance.

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Izakaya kanji

Izakaya - Japanese style pub

The most common kind of socializing in many Japanese companies is outside the company and after hours — when a group of workers, with or without their boss, stops off t a local watering hole after work to relax over a cold one and talk off the stress of everyday work. In passing, I’m also a repeat guest of the Izakaya pub near my office.

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Sushi kanji

Sushi - Eat raw fish with the little rice ball

I went to sushi shop with my mother yesterday. Sushi is a style of Japanese cuisine that pairs morsels of seafood and vegetables with vinegared rice. Most, but not all, fish used in sushi is uncooked, but other ingredients may be cooked, blanched, sauteed, or marinated. Sushi has become popular outside Japan too, and today there many sushi restaurants all over the world.

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Sadoh kanji

The tea ceremony Sadoh

Sadoh is one of the quintessential expressions of Japanese aesthetics. It is a comprehensive art, encompassing not just the serving and drinking of tea, but the protocol of tea preparation, tea implements, the decoration of the tea room with objects of beauty, and more. Actually, the tea used in sadoh ceremony is too bitter to drink down…

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