Traditional Japanese food is characterized by the use of meat, oil and fat, and dairy products. The use of soy sauce causes high mineral salt content in many of their traditional dishes.
Less meat consumption comes from the fact that Japan is popular to make healthy food. Japanese food consists mainly of grains, vegetables, and seaweed.
If you want to get more brief information about Japanese food culture (which is also known as ‘วัฒนธรรมอาหารญี่ปุ่น‘ in the Thai language) then you can visit online websites.
In Japanese food preparations, fat is used in very small proportions and food is usually seasoned using additives such as soy sauce, sake, and mirin, vinegar, sugar, and salt.
Spices are also popular flavors and are mostly used to hide or eliminate the sour taste of raw fish. Salads are also usually served as side dishes. The Japanese combine various food preparation methods which include: grilling, boiling, steaming or frying.
Other ingredients are eaten raw. One important thing to note is that Japanese people give more importance to the different cooking method, with each dish having a special preparation method.
For all who have not tasted Japanese cuisine, you should visit the closest Japanese restaurant. When you do this, you will definitely have an unforgettable experience. Also, next time you are going on vacation, you must choose Japan and you will like it!