Do you like Japanese dishes?
Do you like Japanese dishes?
and their food sucks too
inb4 triggered fedora weebs
Yes. Japanese cuisine is really good. The best part is the presentation and its attention to detail.
Only when made by my mommy
grew up eating katsu and oyakodon
homemade okonomiyaki on Saturdays
miso ramen every once in awhile
I miss it
one hundred dorra prus tip, filthy gaijin piggu
some of it is good some of it is shit.
anything with simple fresh ingredients is good
most broth based soups are also boss
but that's any cuisine
In my recent visit to Japan I got to try plenty of Japanese food. I was a little dissapointed with some dishes. Overall many Japanese dishes seem to have a strong focus on presentation over flavour. I've had plenty of meals where I found the flavour to be rather bland.
That said, i've eaten plenty of pretty good Japanese dishes. I was somewhat suprised to find that sushi was not that popular over in Japan. However the sushi I did eat was remarkably better than any sushi i've had before. Which is likely the result of using fresh fish and good rice.
I've also tried a share of ramen and curry. Which were always a hit or miss. Stuff like Melonbread was similar to things like cinamon bread and such.
Overall I like Japanese dishes, but I feel like their simpler dishes are better than their complex ones.
triggered fedora weebs
Into the gas chamber with you
he likes to eat shit because they used gutter oil to make fry his shit chinese food
Yes, quite a bit, and only contrarians will hate on sushi and/or ramen.
This nip place close to make makes amazing takoyaki, I love how the bonito flakes dance around when they bring it to your table.
me, not make
Sushi is ok. Kobe steak is obvi their best to offer. Japanese cuisine is usually ridiculously sweet and sugary like horribly drenched in some kind of syrup or heaps of sugar. Korean is probably the best asian cuisine desu
Japanese cuisine is horribly overrated, but weebs will defend it because they will defend anything about their little Asian utopia.
Some of the dishes can taste good, like ramen, but they all utilise the same two spices (miso and soy) and get bland and boring really fast. Chinese and Indian cuisines are much more diverse, versatile and flavorful.
Only thing the Nips have going for them is their candy game and their softdrink game, I don't think any other country in the world has this many variants of candy and sugary drinks.
Japanese food seems to favour convenience over anything else, and I enjoy to take time and use expertise when making meals.
All the shit that made it western from nippon is vastly overrated, Ramen is nothing special.
yes, I wish there were more authentic japanese restaurant in my godforsaken city
dutch food isn't even a thing, it doesn't even deserve to be on this shitty list
Yes, i love many Japanese dishes
I now declare this a "food pics from Japan" thread.
The best East Asian food is Vietnamese. From a culinary standpoint, I think French colonization is the best thing that could have happened to that country; although I assume they probably don't agree with me.
Just had a place open in my town and checked the menu. I used to have an asian roomy who'd always get unagi don but I was always grossed out by eel. Now I'm curious. Is it any good?
I love unagi. I rarely eat it because it's so goddamn expensive. That portion in your picture was probably $20-$30.
How fishy is it? And is there anything comparable to it texture wise? I wanna try it but not if I'm gonna hate it.
A Ramen place opened up in a mall nearby me
The Ramen is okay, they don't have a lot of stuff right now, but they make banging takoyaki
Inspired me to make some ramen myself tonight
Pic related is my own ramen
I call it "Beef Stew" Ramen
Not much fishy, more sweety than anything. At least from my experience i really like it.
a literal fucking cantonese city
having its own cuisine
0/10, this chart only shows how little about cuisine you know
Nice, I'll definitely give it a try then, thanks.
It's like slightly softer fish. Not mushy, but softer in a pleasant way. I don't know if I have a mild allergy or something, or if this is just the way the meat is, but when I'm eating it, I get a weird prickly feeling on my tongue and throat, like the meat has a bunch of tiny bones in it.
Yes but not just weeb meme foods. Japanese homestyle cooking is pretty good and uses seafood/mushrooms a fair amount more than other complex styles of cooking. It is really comfy stuff. Pic related. I also really like chawanmushi and I like konbu based broths.
jute fiber on gelatinous gravy?
looks like pork floss to me
you know nothing about japanese food.
How is okonomiyaki? I always thought it looked tasty af, and I really want to try it.
I cook a lot of japanese stuff at home and people here make fun of me ;__;
why are they making fun of you?
Some of the most popular modern Japanese foods, ramen and curry are bastardized ripoffs of Chinese noodles and Indian Curries.
How about you tell me how Japanese food is supposed to be not overrated then? All it has is its focus on "fresh seasonal ingredients" since the methods and spices are so fucking basic.
Cut fish into slices
optionally put it on rice
call it a dish
All japanese food is either sushi or copies of other foods
I'd advise you try some japanese bowls like katsudon and oyakodon, they have great street food too like okonomiyaki and takoyaki and this are still pretty mainstream I wonder how is it you don't know about them
I do not hold Japanese cuisine as high-end cuisine precisely because I have tasted a lot of international dishes, Japanese included.
The problem I have with Jap cuisine is exactly reflected in the dishes you listed. They are not bad dishes, but after eating them a few times I start to realize how bland they are and their only appeal relies on texture and freshness - which any other cuisines are capable of.
it's overrated by people who similarly know nothing about it other than what they can get at their local hibachi restaurant.
japanese food is always overrated. I still don't know why they fucking love making shit way too sweet and vinegary.
this is wrong.
German, Argentinian, Western Chinese(western china, not chinese immigrants in the west), French (esp cuisine a l'ancienne), Southern USA, Italian,
Scandinavian, Polish, Korean, eastern China (esp cantonese), British, Mexican
Japanese, Russian, Caribbean, Latin America (except Brazil), Middle Eastern, Korean
Shit/you should do better tier:
USA(esp midwest), North Africa, Canada
India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sub saharan africa, Pacific islands
UMA DELICIA tier:
Brazil(esp sopa de sushi/macaco, salpicao, and papa de maizena)
Sometimes and it depends on the restaurant. I don't like sushi, but some other Jap stuff like unagi is spot on excellent when done right.
You're pretty twisted.
That portion in your picture was probably $20-$30.
I used to get that portion at the local Marukai for $10. Good stuff
Cantonese is southern China
No, it's not ok
they all utilise the same two spices (miso and soy)
Yeah but there's like 5 or 7 different kinds of miso and soy has a very varieties too that's like saying Koreans use kimchi for every dish when there is about 500 different types that have different flavors and textures
I just meant you don't even know Tonkotsu
I don't care if you complain that there are basically “only 3 types”
but at least it's roughly divided into 3 types
Generally okay for savory dishes
Plain and fairly healthy to a fault; avoid Japanese food if you love some heat and intense flavors.
Given the option I would prefer Korean, Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese over Japanese.
miso and soy
If you're going to meme, at least meme correctly. Dashi, mirin, soy sauce, and sake.
U RIKE GAIJIN?
Yakiniku is delicious.
ramen/udon place down my street
haven't gone since I don't wanna eat alone
i'll bet but those are some tiny portions
You cook a bite or two at a time, dum dum.
we've got a poo in loo posting on Veeky Forums boys
get the rope
first post best post, newfag redditor
oh am I laffin
I'm going to make veggie tempura tonight, what veggies should I use?
kakiage or just straight veggies?
You can pretty much do anything so long as you cut it thin enough. Eggplant, asparagus, sweet potato, broccoli, carrot, green beans..
Just veggies, maybe shrimp. My diet has been half ass vegetarian for half a year now. Actually I'm pretty consistent but I do usually eat some kind of meat every 10-15 days.
I find this to be disgusting.
Just remember how the japs treated their POWs during WW II, there's nothing beautiful or honorable about them.
muh pearl harbor
get rekt boomer
Had a seafood pancake of some sort from a food truck that I just loved.
There's nothing honourable about letting yourself be captured.
swedish food is garbage
t. a swede
faillng for the bait
go back to l3ddit newfag
says japanese is overly sweet
proceeds to say korean is better
na, they do fish well, but overall French is so much better.
Why is that soba so dark? Real one has more lighter color.
My favourite local restaurant is nippon. Cozy little place with nice staff, good food, good portions, healthy, varied, and affordable to boot. Love to go there for lunch when I can. Japanese cuisine has a good balance between fancy and casual elements which I think make it really good for lunch.
Why is that soba
wow we finally found an ever more pretentious way to say ramen
ramen, soba, udon, and somen.
at least you should know the difference of these.
Well user, you ought to include a recipe with that.
when i was child i used to think i was japan
but then i realized i was retard
Yes, I think there's a nice simplicity (or maybe, "directness") that is very pleasant. I think it might be overrated in a world cuisine way, but it's good. The biggest issue I have is their occasional overuse use of sweetness.
buckwheat soba is grey
call ahead and ask for carry out you idiot
you know to call it soba but somehow dont know what buckwheat is?
You arent fooling anyone, you weeb
Not the same user but it's pretty good. I had some at this weird American hipster joint with green onion, bacon bits, and what i assume to be kewpie mayo. Good stuff, pretty filling.
It's meh. Full of tiny tiny bones. Not big enough to really affect it. As in tiny and thin enough that I'm pretty sure you're supposed to straight up eat them. I prefer it in sushi.
this thing is criminally good tbqh
looking at this made my mouth watering
its bones are soft enough to chew and you get choked, just eat it
*won't get choked
Lived in glorious Nihon for about 8 months, my favorite dishes were:
homemade soba noodles in some kind of savory broth, plus baby squid
Had at some dude's house. He showed us the process of cutting the soba noodles and then the cooking, shit was nice
hijiki rice with konbu
Pretty simple but tasty as fuck.
sushi in general
Every piece of sushi I had was good, except ironically one of the most expensive things (whale)
cheap katsudon places
Never can go wrong with meat, rice and sauce
Some. I don't like fish though, so it's a shame most Japanese dishes contain fish one way or another.
This looks like somen
Sometimes, but squid ink noodles and that kiesch don't particularly appeal to me. But I haven't tried either. Always end up getting sushi or steak like a meme.
givu da hipsta limosine libru gaijin whitu piggu belly button lint on canned dog food. $300 darru plus tip.
straps on high calibre cheeseburger belt
loads hoagie launcher
attached BBQ bayonet
goulash napalm deployed
Not so fast. Fatty stuff sure, but America has good food of their own and good food from around the world available readily.
You guys ooh and ah over doner and I wasn't even that impressed after the hype (still damn good, but as an American, I'm a semi-easily pleased gourmand, perhaps). I make a mean chicken masala, though, cuz I love that shit.
What's that soup? Looks like something I'd want when I was sick really bad. Tired of chicken noodle soup.
underrated post. Japanese food is pretty unimpressive, seriously Lawsons/FamilyMart food is more flavorful over the shit at places from time to time.
what happened to barneyfag anyways
Fuck Japan. Fuck Japanese food. Fuck weebs. Fuck Japanese people. Fuck white people, and FUCK DRUMPF!
It's the bees knees and easy to make. If you like cabbage you'll like it
This is kelp
Unagidon is bretty good desu
There is nothing honorable about starting a war you couldn’t finish
There's nothing honorable about taking taking credit for a war won by the Russians and the British.
So... You guys only know low grade soba. Endosperm of buckwheat is almost white. And high grade soba doesn't contain buckweat bran in the grinding process. That's why the color is lighter.
I find this to be disgusting
Just remember how the whities treated the Native Americans during the Trail of Tears, there's nothing beautiful or honorable about them.
I was always grossed out by eel
What the fuck? Why?
Russians and Americans
this is jerk off porn for nugget guys.
just when i thought you were in the garbage bin katy...YOU DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS AND PROVE YOURSELF SEXY AGAIN.
Fact is that's nothing compared to how they used to treat each other. Don't put down reality to push some agenda.
They weren't "native" either, they came over a land bridge from what's now known as siberia. That does make them native unless they want money from the government or sad sacks of shit like you.
As a kor
I like japs food
Many similarity with kor food
Japonica rice(sushi rice)
This pic is jap-stye Champon
Korea has kor- red spicy champon
I was born in the USA, so I'm a native by definition, where's my government money?
친일파 byungshin :))))))
You folk know that all peppers, capsicums are actually native to the Americas?
Yeah, just like how Italians know that Tomatoes were actually native to the Americas
True as well, same with potatoes.
Italians know that proper gangster shit is native to everywhere.
How was Eye-talian food like before the Tomatoes?
I just can't imagine it.
oil and pesto
Lots of oil