“Wow! How cute this bento is!” When you see a bento box of a kindergarten kid, you may find a smiling face on the Onigiri. You can see that the hand-made bento makes the child smile by looking at and tasting it.
It’s enjoyable to tune into Japanese TV food shows that showcase various restaurants and food shops from morning until night. These programs capture the details of the food, including how it appears when eaten.
Japanese cuisine, also known as “Washoku 和食” in Japanese, uses locally available ingredients such as fish, vegetables, and rice. What sets Japanese cuisine apart is its use of fresh and fermented ingredients.
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