It's the best Kani Japanese food!
Eaten just once when delivered to our home this pandemic!
I like Hawaiian sushi and sashimi a lot as well as the artificial crab meat and the sea weed salad
Do you know sushi bake? Crab wrapped in seaweed skin? Maybe, ground crab?
With just the right amount of ground crab you put in the seaweed it taste ok and very good. The seaweed outside and joint with the crab is salty.
You can it the seaweed skin alone.
I ate it alone last time. :)
Not sure I ever tried sushi bake since most of my salmon is eaten raw unless it’s salmon with artificial crab meat seasoned in green spices and cooked, my dad loves to buy that from Costco and we eat sea weed at home but it’s a darker shade than the sesame marinated type you get from buffets, our sea weed lasts longer without refrigeration but does not have the same sweet taste.
I like raw beef (gyusashi).
Also raw horse (basashi) and raw alligator.
As for why, I like raw meat. Maybe it is because I am half-white and only half-Japanese. I like big hunks of meat and potatoes and stuff like that more than my pure Japanese friends.
spicy crab rolls 🤤🤤
I like the chicken and shrimp hibachi cooked Japanese food
I like soba noodles, udon noodles, and miso soup. I think they're all very tasty. I'm not sure if I had tempura before but it sounds tasty too
Sashimi! It tastes so good and is a healthy high protein low fat option.
I dont think I've ever tried japanese. If i did, it would prob be some type of chicken wings
It may seem simple but a good bowl of miso soup definitely his the spot for me. So good if you get it from a good spot.
I love tempura as well, there’s so much good Japanese food I’m not sure I can choose just one 😭
I just love sashimi & sushi.
Massive fan of salmon and tuna sashimi 😍
When I'm maybe a teen, I eat my favorite salmon mayo roll in the restaurant Saibachi
Before last or last two grocery days We had San Marino tuna spread, one of the best, Century tuna spicy in oil and maybe Argentina corned chicken!
I never get tired, get enough of San Marino tuna spread! :)
Nigiri sushi (not so much the rolls) and sashimi, so basically raw fish with or without vinegared rice.
Any Japanese food lol
It’s very broad but I mean it
I’m European but I die for Japanese good
never had it, I don't want raw fish running around in my stomach
Chirashi Sushi (ちらし寿司) 🤤
I love love love sushi or poke
Teriyaki chicken hmmmm
I haven't tried enough to really say.
Sushi, all kinds!
Ichiraku ramen 🍜
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ROFL I LOVE Americans. So ignorant of the world a person could die laughing sometimes at their ignorance of other countries and cultures.
Tempura isn't Japanese. It originates from Portugal. And is very modern in traditional Japanese cuisine. So modern you could almost call it non-Japanese.
The responses are so limited that most of you guys would starve living in Japan.