Raw fish haters, these well-cooked Japanese dishes are tasty
Fish roe salad
When invited to eat at Japanese restaurant, many people are afraid because Japanese cuisine is usually linked to rare food. Maybe you didn't know that there are still countless other options for a delicious Japanese meal. With appetisers, you can choose mixed cabbage salad together seaweed, the fish roe of crab roe, which will deliver a beautiful look and an exotic taste.
Salad with tasty fish roe on top
While waiting for your main courses, do not forget to order a Japanese salted and boiled soybeans. The salty grains of salt will blend with the sweet taste of those baby beans can make you addicted to this side dish. It can even be more tasty to eat in a combination with tea.
Edamame is easily found in any Japanese restaurants
This is a traditional dish from the 18th century in Japan. It consists of soft steamed white rice, and grilled or skewered eel (unagi in Japanese) fillet on top, add flavoured with a special soya-based sauce. Unagi is a rich source of vitamins A and E, and Omega-3 fatty acids, you will surely get a lot of nutritious benefit of eating unagi.
Sushi without raw fishes
Sushi is the most popular and familiar Japanese dish to people around the world. In order to prepare for sushi rice, chef cook will need to use sushi vinegar mixed with a special kind of rice combined with other ingredients, put soy sauce, mustard. Usually, the popular ingredients are used as raw salmon and tuna, making rare-food haters scared of. However, there are so many other varieties of sushi, made of well-cooked ingredients. You can try a roll of smoked salmon sushi, a California roll containing cucumber, crab meat and avocado or a well-known Tamago egg sushi.
According to Chinese, ramen was originated from China then later on introduced to Japan. However, the dish has gained the whole world's intention thanks to Japanese. Ramen's main ingredient consists of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in a meat-based or fish-based broth, often flavoured with soy sauce or miso. Then a bowl of ramen is finished with toppings such as sliced pork, dried seaweed and chopped onions.
Unlike ramen, udon is chewier and made from thick wheat flour noodle with miso broth. In any Japanese restaurants, you may find wide choices of udon, from Curry Udon to Tempura Udon.
Green tea ice-cream
A lot of Japanese food and drinks made from green tea. At the end of the meal, do not forget to try a typical Japanese dessert with a cup of gentle and aroma green tea ice cream, topped with peppermint leaves.
Green tea ice-cream is a perfect choice for dessert - Photo: To Health