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Shojin ryori (精進料理)【What is Shojin ryori?】 Shojin ryori is a cuisine closely related to Buddhism that does not use meat or fish. It refers to dishes made with only plant-based ingredients such as vegetables and tofu. Locals based this on the precepts of ...
Kenchinjiru (けんちん汁)【What is Kenchinjiru?】 Kenchinjiru, or simply "kenchin," is a soup dish in Japan. Since this is a healthy soup dish, it has become a common school lunch for children. The dish does not contain any meat at all. In fact, it can be a vege...
Tonburi (とんぶり)It looks like caviar! Tonburi "とんぶり" is what Japanese locals call as "land caviar". Does it taste the same? Why do they call it field caviar? Then, is it a vegetable or fruit? Where do they put it? 【What is Tonburi?】 I'm pretty sur...
Inaniwa Udon (稲庭うどん)Inaniwa Udon "稲庭うどん" is one of the best and oldest local food in Japan. Without a doubt, it is a great comfort food for many locals. This type of udon stands out from the rest. (You might want to check Sanuki Udon from Kagawa Prefec...