29 Amazing Food And Drinks You Need To Try In Japan

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This is another winter hot pot dish using assorted vegetables and proteins, which include boiled eggs, fish cakes, mochi rice cakes, daikon radish, konjac yam, and tofu. It is stewed in a dashi base (soup stock made from bonito flakes, kombu kelp seaweed, and other ingredients). It is a type of nabemono, or Japanese one-pot dishes. Diners can scoop out their favorite pieces, and eat them with karashi mustard and other condiments. For those who like it spicy, you can add chili oil and chili flakes. While it is popular during winter, it can be found in most izakayas (Japanese taverns) as an after-drinking meal (so the working man can avoid a hangover the next day). But even if you don’t drink alcoholic beverages, you can still enjoy it as a comfort food.