Soba noodles are noodles made from rye, slightly rough with thickness like spaghetti, and can be served both warm and cold. Soba cuisine is very popular and can be found in almost all of Japan.
Sukiyaki is one of the popular dishes in Japan, which is eating where you cook it, namely from the pan. How to cook sukiyaki is different in each region in Japan.
Sushi is typical of Japanese cuisine with a long history and full of tradition. Sushi may be one of the culinary icons of Japan.
Tempura is a dish of vegetables or seafood that is shrouded and fried. It’s best when eaten with dipped and salt sauce.
Tendons are a typical Japanese dish consisting of a bowl with rice with meat, eggs, or vegetables.
Chanko nabe is one of the many quantities of stew from Japan and is one of the foods that wrestlers like to eat to fatten their bodies.
Yakitori is a Japanese chicken satay. Yakitori is a simple dish, which only requires a little spice and the right cooking method.
Yakizakana is a food made from fish which is baked on fire. Seasoned with sauces such as teriyaki sauce, shioyaki, and kushiyaki.
Because Islam is not the majority religion in Japan, Muslims who travel to the country may find it difficult to find snacks that fit their beliefs. However, some of the following snacks are proven halal so they are suitable for purchase by those of you who are Muslim:
1. Matcha Kit Kat Test
Uji is a popular tea plantation area in Kyoto and Uji or green tea is very well known throughout Japan. Kama can easily find Kit Kat matcha in Japan, especially at Haneda Airport and Narita Airport. Although there is no halal certification for this chocolate, this product does not contain haram ingredients so it is safe to be consumed by Muslims.
2. Samurai Ramen
It’s not complete if you visit Japan without tasting ramen. For a Muslim traveler, looking for Halal ramen restaurants in Japan might not be an easy matter. But that doesn’t mean you can’t bring ramen back to Indonesia. With halal ingredients, this instant ramen package from Samurai Ramen is made as beautiful as possible like the original ramen and you can make a souvenir when on vacation in Japan.
3. Muso Castella Cake
Because Tokyo Banana is not halal, Muso Castella can be his successor. A typical Nagasaki snack, Castella is a popular Japanese sponge cake made from sugar, flour, eggs and syrup. There are three flavors available: matcha, honey, and brown sugar. Matcha taste is the most popular among the three. You should buy the Muso brand Castella Cake for using halal ingredients.
4. Kuro Tamago
Kuro Tamago literally means black egg. These eggs are a specialty snack from Owakudani in Hakone, a region famous for lakes and beautiful hot springs. The eggs are boiled in hot sulfur tears, turning the egg shells black and making them smell slightly sulfur. There is a saying that eating one of these eggs can increase your age for seven years. Besides that, Kuro Tamago is also truly halal.
So many people are very familiar with the name Tokyo Banana. It is undeniable that this is one of the most popular sweet souvenirs that you can buy in Japan. This is a sweet banana cake containing custard which contains various flavors. Before buying one of these Banana, make sure you know the various tastes of Tokyo Banana first. Let’s take a peek!
The original TOKYO BANANA taste is a light and soft sponge cake filled with banana custard cream. Appears in the value package or in the box packaging. Value packages consist of 4 pieces, while box packaging consists of 8, 12, or 16 pieces.
Honey Flavor is only available at Haneda Airport. This can be seen with a line pattern similar to honeybees. It only comes in 4, 8 or 12 pieces of box packaging.
The sweet and tender taste is TOKYO BANANA STAR Almond Milk Cream. You must know Taste is only available during the winter.
TOKYO BANANA Banana Caramel Custard Cream is a popular taste because of its classic taste and giraffe design. Appears in package value 4, or in boxes of 8 or 12 pieces.
TOKYO BANANA TREE Chocolate Banana Cream is known for its leopard spots made from chocolate dough. This is also present in package value 4, or in boxes of 8 or 12 pieces.
Because in Japan Islam is not the majority religion, halal-certified food is still limited. But Muslim tourists need not worry, because there are simple tips for choosing food, so travel to Japan is still exciting.
Some Japanese specialties that are relatively safe for consumption include Sushi (except Unagi and Anago which in sauces usually use Mirin and sake), Sashimi, Soba, Udon, Tempura (avoid using the sauce because it generally contains sake and mirin), Yaki Sakana, etc.
Another alternative is to go to Muslim restaurants such as Arabic, Pakistani, Turkish or Malaysian cuisine. There are quite a number of restaurants that provide Islamic dishes in major cities in Japan. Information on these restaurants can be found on the following site: Japan Halal Association http://www.jhalal.com/restaurant-list
Although there are many traditional Japanese foods made from fish, there are some Japanese dishes that generally use pork or pork broth. For example, ramen, tonkatsu, gyoza, okonomiyaki, some types of curry etc. Foods from the Okinawa region use a lot of pork and processed foods, such as Goya and Okinawa Soba.
In addition to pork, other meat-based foods (beef, chicken, goat, etc.) also need to be considered, because the possibility of meat being served is not slaughtered with Islamic procedures.
Tourists are also advised to be careful of foods that might use sake (Japanese wine) or mirin (sweet cooking sake) as a cooking spice. For example in teriyaki, yakitori, etc.
Onigiri is also commonly called rice balls in America. Onigiri can also be called Musubi or Omusubi. Musubi means bound, so maybe it means the rice ball with a nori that surrounds the rice. But there are also some onigiri / musubi that don’t use nori.
In my opinion, Onigiri is rice which is pressed into a ball using a hand that has been moistened with a little water, then given a little salt. This is the basic way. You can modify the Onigiri as you like by adding various topings and different types of rice.
Lots of Onigiri in Japan are available at self-service shops / combini (Japanese supermarkets). Usually they provide 2 to 3 shelves to display onigiri and are always stocked every few hours, especially at busy times, such as breakfast or at night where people are looking for snacks.
This onigiri is always sold fresh. I don’t know all the details but if the onigiri is left for more than a few hours, they will become stale, and the rice will become hard. So that’s the reason why this Onigiri is sent several times a day.
There are many types of origini and every supermarket / combini in Japan has their own mainstay. It seems they are trying to make at least 2 new flavors every month. For example below, Yaki Onigiri and Ebi Chiri Chaahan are in labeli Shinhatsubai which means new products.
“Shabu-shabu” is a Japanese dish which is one type of ryori nabe (a dish cooked in a pan and eaten while warm). Usually shabu-shabu is eaten with family and friends. Very thinly sliced beef is dipped repeatedly into the pan until cooked and then eaten with tare sauce.
Usually, the meat used in shabu-shabu is beef. However, lately pork, chicken, and various kinds of fish, such as Japanese amberjack, buntak fish, tai (sea bream), octopus, snow crab, and various other ingredients are also widely used.
The main ingredients are boiled and then eaten together with vegetables, such as leeks, chicory, turnips, carrots, shungiku (leaves of a kind of daisies), various mushrooms (shitake mushrooms, enoki mushrooms, etc.), tofu, and so on.
Giving his name is very easy. Basically the name of this dish is “shabu-shabu”, when using beef the name becomes “gyu shabu”, when using pork to be “shabu blind”. In essence, the method of naming shabu-shabu is the main ingredient added to the word “meth” behind it.
Shabu-shabu sold in restaurants is usually served in a pan containing dashi jiru (broth) from kombu (a type of seaweed) along with the main ingredient shabu-shabu. After turning on the fire, wait until the dashi jiru boils. While waiting, it’s good to prepare tare sauce and yakumi on a small plate.
Every country that has a long culinary history must have a special cuisine that is very special and can be called haute cuisine. The purpose of haute cuisine here is a high-level culinary that requires special preparation and high-level presentations.
In Japanese cuisine, haute cuisine in the country of the Rising Sun is kaiseki. There are 2 types of kaiseki, namely kaiseki ryori and cha-kaiseki (kaiseki which is served during the tea ceremony) but what I will discuss this time is kaiseki ryori.
Kaiseki ryori is a multi-menu food set that has been served since hundreds of years ago. Starting from a set of food served during the tea ceremony, kaiseki ryori then developed into a menu that is usually served among nobles.
What makes this kaiseki ryori interesting is that from all the menus presented, there is no repetition of food ingredients or repetitions of cooking techniques. So if only (for example) a carrot has been used on one menu, it will not be used on another menu.
Except for fish menus that can use several types of fish, so it cannot be called repetition of food ingredients. Not only food that is not repeated, but also cooking techniques without repetition, you know. So if there are 10 dishes, it is processed in 10 different ways.
Kaiseki ryori is very expensive. For haute cuisine, don’t be surprised if the price of a kaiseki set can range from 15000 yen to 40000 yen per person. Indeed, there is also kaiseki which is priced at a relatively affordable price of between 4000 yen and 8,000 yen, but of course the features will be different from the high-end restaurants.
Candy is a food that is certainly owned by most countries, but Japan has a history that is quite interesting for food that is very popular with these children and Artforia will give 5 famous sweets from Japan, according to Japanese records they have produced sweets mass since the 1860s and the level of production continues to increase every year except in the 1940s because Japan was experiencing a world war at that time.
Some successful candy companies in Japan are usually clever at using automatic sales machines and creating a number of new flavors, because in the candy world a variety of unique and unique flavors is one of the biggest attractions of this food, here are 5 famous Japanese permanents .
Chocolate candy was inspired from the Apollo space mission in the 1960s so that the shape of the candy was designed like a spacecraft capsule, the base material is pure chocolate and is well known to date in Japan.
For this one, it also seems familiar to you, where candy with biscuit-based ingredients is in the form of a small Koala by having various kinds of cream contents in it and there is an animal image Koala performs various activities or expresses different emotions on each item. Koala’s March comes in various flavors such as chocolate, strawberries, white chocolate and pineapple.
These milk-based candies may also be owned by other countries, but the classic version of Milky candy from Fujiya is milk caramel candy containing milk powder to provide a strong milk flavor. The Milky brand actually also has other products besides candy foods like this.
One of the most popular snack in Japan is Edamame. This food actually is a bean which have a good taste, a little bit sweet and usually served with a sprinkling of salt.
Edamame is an immature green soybean and eaten directly from the skin. Its name originates from Japan, which means ‘beans in the stem’.
The Sakura country did indeed popularize it. And it tastes good, starts boiling or steaming until it’s dried. Nutrition The protein content is very good!
This is because edamame has all nine amino acids commonly found in meat and eggs. No wonder these beans are very popular among vegetarians. Bone In addition to being nutritious, edamame beans contain phytochemicals.
One of them is phytoestrogens that are good for bone health, especially for women who are already menopausal.
Diet, Edamame should be included in the daily diet list as a source of protein. Besides reducing the amount of fat in the blood, it is also very good for a low-calorie diet. Soybean Energy? Indeed, nuts are not for everyone.
There are some who suffer from allergies to peanuts, including soybeans such as edamame. Soy allergy is commonly found in children and most disappear with age. If you are among you, there is no need to worry. Later, he will also be able to enjoy edamame beans.
Sakana is located at Delonix Hotel Karawang. With a thick Japanese nuance, this restaurant serves chicken katsu don sets and shabu-shabu that are worth tasting.
Sakana is a Japanese restaurant located in Mid Plaza 1, Sudirman. This restaurant is also available at Delonix Hotel Karawang which is also part of Mid Plaza Holdings.
This hotel is unique because it offers a thick Japanese atmosphere. In the room, for example, using a mattress that is rather hard. The use of this mattress mimics the habits of Japanese people who do not like soft mattresses to avoid back pain.
There is also ofuro or a separate hot spring for men and women. Ofuro is filled with sulfur water that is brought directly from Ciater so that soaking in it will have a positive effect on health.
The restaurant at Delonix Hotel Karawang is of course authentic Japanese. At the Garden Wing Tower, there is a Sakana restaurant which from the front has Japanese interior with curtains and wood insulated.
The eating area is divided into three. Some are in a regular room, a mini bar, and have a tatami concept. There is a room surrounded by wooden barriers which limits visitors to one another.