There are many different types of traditional Japanese foods, each with their own unique flavors and preparation methods.
When it comes to ordering fresh, Japanese seafood, typically you will find yourself with two options: either sushi or sashimi.
Flavored with pork and chicken broth with a mix of toppings such as chashu and ramen egg, a bowl of Miso Ramen is going to satisfy your craving.
Traditionally in Japan Gyoza are filled with a mix of finely minced pork, mushrooms and cabbage, which creates a delicious mix of flavours and textures.
Yakitori can be literally translated to "grilled chicken," from the Japanese words yaki (grill) and tori (chicken).
Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savory pancake dish consisting of wheat flour batter and other ingredients (mixed, or as toppings) cooked on a teppan (flat griddle).
Tempura is a popular Japanese dish in which food (most commonly seafood, vegetables, or sushi) is lightly battered and deep fried to create a light, crispy coating.