29 Amazing Food And Drinks You Need To Try In Japan

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Just like oden, sukiyaki is another one-pot dish, but is more popular with foreigners. These hot pots are prepared by searing beef slices in the hot pot, then adding the sukiyaki broth, and different vegetables, proteins, and noodles. Sukiyaki means “cook what you like”, and you decide how to enjoy it with fellow diners. It is meant for sharing actually. Normally they are served with bowls of raw beaten eggs where you put in the cooked ingredients and broth from the hot pot. Some parts of Japan prefer to use pork slices rather than beef. Either version will taste good though. It is similar to the shabu-shabu style of cooking, but sukiyaki is more on the sweet side rather than savory.