Traditional Japanese Food // 10 Of The Very Best (You Have To Try) (2022)

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We’ve been looking forward to writing this one. Traditional Japanese Food! Is there a better cuisine in the world (sorry Italians)?!

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Japanese Food is far more than just Sushi, so much more.

The fact there are many dishes that fly under the radar worldwide only adds to the fun because there is just so much to discover!

Today we are going to introduce you to 10 of the very best traditional Japanese foods!

Japan has got you covered with numerous traditional and healthy foods! You might find some of them in your nearest Konbini.

Traditional Japanese Food #1 | Sushi (すし, 寿司, 鮨, 鮓)

Traditional Japanese Food #2 | Miso Soup (味噌汁)

Traditional Japanese Food #3 | Ramen (ラーメン)

Traditional Japanese Food #4 | Soba (そば) and Udon (うどん)

Traditional Japanese Food #5 | Onigiri (お握り)

Traditional Japanese Food #6 | Tempura (天ぷら)

Traditional Japanese Food #7 | Yakitori (焼き鳥)

Traditional Japanese Food #8 | Sukiyaki (すき焼き)

Traditional Japanese Food #9 | Okonomiyaki (お好み焼き)

Traditional Japanese Food #10 | Natto (納豆)

BONUS | Wagashi (和菓子)

Traditional Japanese Food | FAQ’s

Traditional Japanese Food #1 | Sushi (すし, 寿司, 鮨, 鮓)

When you think about traditional Japanese food, the first food that comes to mind is of course Sushi!

Sushiis a traditionalJapanese dishof prepared vinegared rice, known as 鮨饭 (sushi meshi). This is usually accompanied with some sugar, salt and a variety of ingredients such asseafood, often raw, and vegetables.

See more here.

Chirashizushi is eaten annually onHinamatsuriin March and Kodomonohi in May.

Makizushi, is generally wrapped innori, but is occasionally wrapped in a thinomelette, soy paper, cucumber, orshiso leaves.

This is the sushi that most people know and love!

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Here are a couple of pictures below to bring both of these types of sushi to life!

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Traditional Japanese Food #2 | Miso Soup (味噌汁)

Miso soupis also calledOmiotsuke.

It is a traditionalJapanesesoupconsisting of adashistockinto which softenedmisopaste is mixed along with many optional ingredients.

More than 80% of Japan’s annual production of miso is used in miso soup.

FUN FACT | 75% of all Japanese people consume miso soup at least once a day.

In 2003, researchers at Japan’s National Cancer Centre suggested that “eating three or more bowls of the Japanese delicacy Miso soup every day could cut women’s risk of developing breast cancer”.

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Traditional Japanese Food #3 | Ramen (ラーメン)

If you’ve watched Naruto, you definitely know Ramen! In fact, surely you all know Ramen, right?

One of Japan’s most scrumptious dishes that comes in so many flavours and forms!

ラーメン consists ofChinese-style wheat noodlesserved in a meat or fish-basedbroth, often flavoured withsoy sauceormiso, and uses toppings such as slicedpork,nori,menma, andscallions.

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Seasonings commonly added to ramen are white pepper,black pepper, butter,chilli pepper, sesame seeds, and crushed garlic.

Don’t forget to visitShin-Yokohama Ramen Museum inYokohama next time you visit Japan!

BONUS | Ramen comes in many forms and one of our absolute favourites is known as TSUKEMEN.

These are dipping noodles that come with two bowls – one with your ingredients and one with a broth.

Dip those noodles into the broth and slurp up that unique flavour.

Incredibly enough one of the most popular places to get Tsukemen is inside the Japanese Underground! No joke, just be sure to head to Tokyo Train station!

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Traditional Japanese Food #4 | Soba (そば) and Udon (うどん)

Soba and Udon are types of Japanese noodles.

You can have these delicacies on hot summer days as well as cold winter nights!

Sobais often served drained and chilled in the summer, and hot in the winter with a soy-baseddashibroth.

Shinshu Soba of Nagano Prefectureare very famous in Japan.

Udon is acomfort foodfor many Japanese people.

It is often used in“shabu shabu”or Japanese hot pot.

Sanuki udonof Kagawa prefectureare also well-known in Japan.

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So how do they differ exactly?

Well firstly you can see the colour is completely different in the picture. Udon noodles tend to be thicker in general also.

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The flour that is used to make these noodles is a big reason for this.

“Udon uses wheat flour for that dense and dreamy thick finish and chewy texture whereas Soba celebrates buckwheat flour with its slightly grainier texture.”

Source here

Taste wise, Soba are a little nuttier than Udon meaning they are best served with lighter dishes so the flavour is not too overpowering.

Traditional Japanese Food #5 | Onigiri (お握り)

A classic choice as a snack or quick meal!

Onigiricould be found in most Japanese convenience stores with a wide range of fillings and flavours to select from.

Traditionally, an onigiri is filled with pickledume(umeboshi), saltedsalmon,katsuobushi or any other salty or sour ingredient as a naturalpreservative.

Onigiri Asakusa Yadorokuin Tokyo is a restaurant that has received a Michelin star for its exquisite rice balls.

You can check out their website here to find out more.

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Traditional Japanese Food #6 | Tempura (天ぷら)

If you love deep fried food, Tempura will definitely satisfy your tastebuds!

It consists ofseafood, meat andvegetablesthat have beenbatteredanddeep fried.

It is commonly served with grateddaikonand eaten hot immediately after frying.

Tempura is a popular sharing dish and comes in many shapes and sizes. A proper fans’ favourite in Japan and with foreigners alike.

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Traditional Japanese Food #7 | Yakitori (焼き鳥)

Yakitoriis atype ofskeweredchicken.

In fact, 焼き鳥 may well take the first rank for the most popular street food in Japan!

Often sold from small carts and stalls known asyatai, they are found dotted in streets during festivals or busy routes during the evening commute where customers can enjoy beer and sake with yakitori.

Easy to eat on the move, this is another fans’ favourite that you simply have to try in Japan.

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Traditional Japanese Food #8 | Sukiyaki (すき焼き)

Are you a hot pot fan? Then here comes the Japanese version of hot pot which is called すき焼き.

Sukiyaki usuallyconsists of thinly sliced beef which is slowly cooked or simmered at the table, alongside vegetables and other ingredients in a shallow iron pot in a mixture ofsoy sauce,sugar, andmirin.

Generally, すき焼き is awinterdish and it is commonly found at Japaneseyear-end parties.

Sukiyaki, as with most hotpots, are full of different colours and flavours and provides a brilliantly social way to get to know people.

Going for sukiyaki is a great way to make new Japanese friends or get to know your new colleagues.

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See what a Chinese hot pot looks like right here!

Traditional Japanese Food #9 | Okonomiyaki (お好み焼き)

Now here is a Japanese gem that flies right under the radar. A dish so criminally underrated we can hard believe our eyes.

Get ready for a taste sensation like never before. It’s the beautiful and colour お好み焼き.

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Okonomiyakiis a Japanese savourypancakedish consisting ofwheat flourbatter and other ingredients cooked on ateppan(flat griddle), so famously seen in Japanese cooking.

Many of the street vendors and shops prepare it “cooked how you like it“, using whatever ingredients you like.

You’ve got many options to choose from to satisfy your picky needs!

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Common additions include:

  • Cabbage
  • Meat
  • Seafood
  • Sauce
  • Pickled ginger

… and a whole lot more.

Hunt this down when coming to Japan, as soon as you land in fact!

Traditional Japanese Food #10 | Natto (納豆)

Here is a super healthy and nutritious Japanese food!

It is made fromsoybeansthat have beenfermented.

Nattohas a distinctive odour, somewhat akin to a pungent aged cheese, strong flavour, and a sticky, slimy texture.

Doesn’t sound super appealing at first does it, but stay with us (remember Gorgonzola cheese smells pretty pungent but that didn’t hold back it’s popularity).

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Natto though,is often considered anacquired taste.

A 2009 Internet survey in Japan indicated 70% of respondents likenattōand 30% do not, but about half of those who dislikenattōeat it for its health benefits.

BONUS TIME! Ready for a Traditional Japanese dessert !

Traditional Japanese Food BONUS | Wagashi (和菓子)

The most authentic way to finish off a Japanese meal or matcha tea ceremony is with Wagashi.

Theyare typically made from plant-based ingredients, including mochi rice cakes, anko paste, kanten, chestnuts and sugar.

Wagashi are used as a gift during festivals, or while visiting guests.

Japanese people tend to take back home wagashi after business trips or personal trips as they are known for their delicateness and variety in appearance, reflecting the delicacy culture of Japan.

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Traditional Japanese Food FAQ’s

How do you spell Yakitori in Japanese characters?

Yakitori is 焼き鳥.

Look out for this in street markets!

What can I have in an Okonomiyaki?

Plenty of things, they are jam packed with many ingredients and amazing flavours!

Common additions include:

Cabbage

Meat

Seafood

Sauce

Pickled ginger

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Do Japanese people really like Natto?

A 2009 Internet survey in Japan indicated 70% of respondents likenattōand 30% do not, but about half of those who dislikenattōeat it for its health benefits.

What is Wagashi?

It is a typical Japanese dessert.

Wagashi is the most authentic way to finish off a Japanese meal or matcha tea ceremony.

Theyare typically made from plant-based ingredients, including mochi rice cakes, anko paste, kanten, chestnuts and sugar.

Wagashi are used as a gift during festivals, or while visiting guests.

Japanese people tend to take back home wagashi after business trips or personal trips as they are known for their delicateness and variety in appearance, reflecting the delicacy culture of Japan.

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What are the top 3 foods in Japan? ›

The Top 10 Japanese Foods
  • Ramen. Closely tied with instant noodles for the most popular dish among college students in Japan, ramen has been around since 1910 according to some records. ...
  • Sukiyaki. ...
  • Curry rice. ...
  • Basashi. ...
  • Gyūdon. ...
  • Sushi. ...
  • Yakitori. ...
  • Sashimi.

What are some traditional Japanese dishes? ›

20 Traditional Japanese Foods
  • Sushi.
  • Sashimi.
  • Gyoza (Fried Dumplings)
  • Onigiri.
  • Natto Rice Bowl.
  • Fluffy Japanese Pancakes.
  • Yakitori (Chicken Skewers)
  • Miso Soup.
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What is a Japanese traditional meal? ›

A typical Japanese dinner includes rice, soup, pickles, salad, and protein and vegetable dishes. Beverages, such as tea, beer, and sake, are served alongside, and the meal may be followed by dessert. The dishes include classic Japanese foods, and other Asian and Western cuisines influence many modern recipes.

What is Japan's national fruit? ›

What are the health benefits of persimmon fruit? Persimmons are the national fruit of Japan. They are usually in season between September and December, and are a good source of potassium, phosphorous, and vitamin C.

What do Japanese people eat daily? ›

The diet is rich in steamed rice, noodles, fish, tofu, natto, seaweed, and fresh, cooked, or pickled fruits and vegetables but low in added sugars and fats. It may also contain some eggs, dairy, or meat, although these typically make up a small part of the diet.

What do Japanese eat for breakfast? ›

Traditional Japanese breakfast usually follows the style of a Japanese set meal, with the staple being rice and miso soup and ohitashi (boiled vegetables) served as side dishes. Natto (fermented soybeans), pickles, and grilled fish are often also served on the side to help complement the rice.

What is the most popular food in Japan 2021? ›

A survey on food trends conducted in July 2021 frequently consumed in the first half of the year in Japan, deep-fried chicken (karaage) was named the leading dish, with more than 19 percent.

What is real Japanese food like? ›

The traditional cuisine of Japan (Japanese: washoku) is based on rice with miso soup and other dishes; there is an emphasis on seasonal ingredients. Side dishes often consist of fish, pickled vegetables, and vegetables cooked in broth. Seafood is common, often grilled, but also served raw as sashimi or in sushi.

What is Japan's national animal? ›

Macaque monkeys are the national animals of Japan. Also known as snow monkeys because they often live in snowy mountain ranges, they have long, thick hair and red faces.

What do Japanese people say before eating? ›

Meshiagare: “bon appétit”

In Japan, the equivalent phrase is meshiagare, which would be said by the chef or host to show that the food has been served and is ready to eat.

What is the most famous food? ›

Italian pizza is probably the most famous food in the World. Pizza has crossed the borders of Italy a long time ago and nowadays it is consumed all over the world. Pizza is the topmost liked food in the world.

What is our traditional food? ›

Source Chaat is considered to be one of the primary street foods in India, and one will surely find many chaat vendors on every street of the country. These snacks include kachori, pani puri, bhel puri, dahi chaat, masala puri, and many more distinct variations in the same.

How many meals do Japanese eat? ›

Of the 95% of Japanese that eat three meals a day, most people consider dinner to be the most important. More than 80% of them usually have dinner at home with their families.

What time is breakfast in Japan? ›

The Japanese people have their breakfast at around six to seven in the morning. Lunch will be held at twelve to one in the afternoon. Dinner is often eaten at around six till eight o'clock in the evening.

What is the official flower of Japan? ›

Cherry Blossoms (SAKURA) in Japan

Cherry blossoms (SAKURA) are Japan's unofficial national flower, formerly called tree flower (KONOHA).

What is Japan's national bird? ›

Did you know that the Green Pheasant is Japan's National Bird? The Green Pheasant, an omnivorous bird, is endemic to Japan.

Do Japanese use onions? ›

Tamanegi (onion)

Japan is one of the world's top onion producing countries, and onions are widely used in many Japanese dishes.

What do poor Japanese eat? ›

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What is a typical lunch in Japan? ›

Various rice bowls and noodle dishes are popular for lunch. For example, ramen, soba, udon, and gyudon beef bowls are popular. Many people take bento lunch boxes to school or work. Dinner is usually the main meal of the day and can range from sushi to tori katsu, which is like a chicken cutlet.

What do Japanese people sleep on? ›

It is common practice in Japan to sleep on a very thin mattress over a tatami mat, made of rice straw and woven with soft rush grass. The Japanese believe this practice will help your muscles relax, allowing for a natural alignment of your hips, shoulders and spine.

Do Japanese eat eggs? ›

The average Japanese person eats around 320 eggs (tamago) per year, according to the International Egg Commission, placing it in the Top 3 worldwide. (In comparison, the average American eats around 250 eggs per year.)

Do Japanese eat bacon? ›

Japan: Bacon there is similar to what we have in America -- same cut, same curing. However, the Japanese market uses shorter slices than what we're used to and often sells it precooked, which creates a chewier texture for final cooking.

What is the most common Japanese dinner? ›

Ramen. Ramen is one of the most popular options at the moment when choosing something to eat in Japan. It is a bowl of wheat noodles served in a soy sauce or miso soup mixed with many kinds of ingredients.

What is Japan popular for? ›

Japan is known for everything from onsen hot springs and kabuki baths (dating to the 6th and 16th centuries, respectively) to all-night neon-lit dance parties, anime, and sushi boat restaurants, all of which are decidedly more modern.

What is Japan's drinking age? ›

In Japan, the legal adult age is 20. Japanese law prohibits individuals under the age of 20 to drink alcohol or smoke. Regardless of age, you must not force anyone to drink or smoke as it may cause serious health and social consequences.

What do Japanese children drink? ›

Most Popular Japanese Drinks for kids? Ramune soda is the most popular soft drink in Japan. These fizzy Japanese drinks are much loved by kids, AND also many adults in Japan. This Japanese kids drink come in a very uniquely-shaped glass bottle.

What is the #1 spirit in Japan? ›

Shochu. Most often distilled from rice or sweet potatoes, shochu is the most popular spirit in Japan.

Do Japanese eat rice with every meal? ›

Rice is served with every Japanese meal. Daily rice served with meals is usually steamed and lightly seasoned. But, rice may be cooked in a variety of ways and served with different spices and adding delicacies to make it more nutritious.

Is Japanese food healthy? ›

A traditional Japanese diet is well balanced, featuring more fish than red meat, plenty of vegetables, pickled and fermented foods, and small portions of rice. It involves little highly processed food and lower overall sugar intake. Basically, the Japanese diet is low in calories and extremely nutritious.

How often do Japanese eat rice? ›

A rice foundation.

The Japanese diet includes huge amounts of rice -- six times more per person than the average American's diet, Moriyama tells WebMD. A small bowl is served with almost every meal, including breakfast.

What is the most popular cake in Japan? ›

Japanese Strawberry Shortcake (Ichigo Cake)

Light, airy, fluffy and creamy, strawberry shortcake is one of the most popular flavors of cake in Japan.

What is the number one dessert in Japan? ›

Ice cream was rated the most popular dessert in Japan. According to a survey conducted in October 2021, almost 47 percent of respondents named the frozen treat as their number one dessert.
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Favorite desserts among consumers in Japan as of October 2021.
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What is the traditional sweet of Japan? ›

Namagashi (lit. raw sweets) are traditional Japanese sweets that are most often associated with wagashi. They are made of rice flour and a sweet bean paste filling, and are delicately shaped by hand to reflect the season. Namagashi are served at the tea ceremony.

What is Japan's national dog? ›

They're one of the six official native breeds of Japan

Many people think of the Shiba Inu as Japan's national dog, but the country has five other similar-looking native breeds as well: the Akita, Hokkaido, Shikoku, Kishu and Kai.

Why is Japan's flag a red dot? ›

The Japanese flag is made up of a red circle, symbolizing the sun, against a white background. It is known as the hinomaru in Japanese, meaning "circle of the sun." Because Japan lies at the far West of the Pacific Ocean, the sun rises spectacularly over the sea to the East.

What symbolizes love in Japan? ›

Using the Kanji Character Ai

Writing love in Japanese is represented as the kanji symbol 愛 which means love and affection.

What does ya mero mean in Japanese? ›

What is the meaning of “Yamero”? Yamero literally means “stop it!”. It is often used in the sense of telling someone to stop doing something, so perhaps “cut it out” or “quit it!” are better translations. やめろ

Why do Japanese clap before eating? ›

Tejime (手締め), also called teuchi (手打ち), is a Japanese custom of ceremonial rhythmic hand clapping, typically accompanied by enthusiastic exclamation by the participants, performed at the end of a special event to bring the occasion to a peaceful, lively close.

What do Japanese say after finishing a meal? ›

After eating, people once again express their thanks for the meal by saying "gochiso sama deshita," which literally means "it was quite a feast."

What is Japan's national fruit? ›

What are the health benefits of persimmon fruit? Persimmons are the national fruit of Japan. They are usually in season between September and December, and are a good source of potassium, phosphorous, and vitamin C.

Is sushi Japanese or Chinese? ›

Today's sushi is most often associated with Japanese culture, though the many variations of sushi can actually be traced to numerous countries and cultures including Japanese, Korean, and Chinese.

What do Japanese eat for breakfast? ›

Traditional Japanese breakfast usually follows the style of a Japanese set meal, with the staple being rice and miso soup and ohitashi (boiled vegetables) served as side dishes. Natto (fermented soybeans), pickles, and grilled fish are often also served on the side to help complement the rice.

What is the official flower of Japan? ›

Cherry Blossoms (SAKURA) in Japan

Cherry blossoms (SAKURA) are Japan's unofficial national flower, formerly called tree flower (KONOHA).

What is Japan's famous animal? ›

Macaque monkeys are the national animals of Japan. Also known as snow monkeys because they often live in snowy mountain ranges, they have long, thick hair and red faces.

What is Japan's national bird? ›

Did you know that the Green Pheasant is Japan's National Bird? The Green Pheasant, an omnivorous bird, is endemic to Japan.

Is Stir Fry Chinese or Japanese? ›

Stir frying (Chinese: 炒; pinyin: chǎo) is a cooking technique in which ingredients are fried in a small amount of very hot oil while being stirred or tossed in a wok. The technique originated in China and in recent centuries has spread into other parts of Asia and the West.

Which is healthier Japanese or Chinese food? ›

Japanese food is usually light to the stomach. They are generally considered to be healthier than Chinese foods. It is because the latter makes use of too much grease in their food preparations along with the standard inclusion of carbohydrate foods rice and noodles.

Is fried rice Japanese or Chinese? ›

Flavors. Fried rice originally came from China. So classic fried rice flavors, such as barbecued pork, are often found in Japanese fried rice.

What do poor Japanese eat? ›

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What do Japanese eat every day? ›

The diet is rich in steamed rice, noodles, fish, tofu, natto, seaweed, and fresh, cooked, or pickled fruits and vegetables but low in added sugars and fats. It may also contain some eggs, dairy, or meat, although these typically make up a small part of the diet.

How many meals do Japanese eat a day? ›

Japanese Eating Habits | This Month's Feature | Trends in Japan | Web Japan. Of the 95% of Japanese that eat three meals a day, most people consider dinner to be the most important. More than 80% of them usually have dinner at home with their families.

What is a typical lunch in Japan? ›

Various rice bowls and noodle dishes are popular for lunch. For example, ramen, soba, udon, and gyudon beef bowls are popular. Many people take bento lunch boxes to school or work. Dinner is usually the main meal of the day and can range from sushi to tori katsu, which is like a chicken cutlet.

What do Japanese people say before eating? ›

Meshiagare: “bon appétit”

In Japan, the equivalent phrase is meshiagare, which would be said by the chef or host to show that the food has been served and is ready to eat.

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