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Eating in Japan (Anglais) Bunko broché – 22 décembre 2000


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Book by Japan Travel Bureau



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You will love this book long time... 4 mars 2007
Par Vic Future - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Bunko broché Achat vérifié
No disrespect of course, but you will! It is a tiny pocket sized guide to eating while abroad in Japan. I have never been, but I am planning, so I decided to bring something travel sized and packed with info. This is both. Along with explaining proper ettiquite when dining in and out, it has a lot of illustrations, explanations, and variations of the many foods you will find in the varied regions of Nippon. I learned that "dancing" means the food is still alive, and that there is such a thing as horse sashimi (raw thinly sliced horse meat) both of which I want to stay away from. The book has a cleverness to it that makes for interesting, anytime light reading. I find myself recognizing japanese words in my day to day when I shop at the Asian markets or dine at sushi bars in NYC. Knowledge is power, so keep weird stuff out of your mouth, and buy this book!
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Beyond Sushi & Tempura 12 mai 2013
Par Dale Dellinger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Bunko broché
We've all been to Japanese restaurants, but this book takes you beyond sushi and takes a look at the many different aspects of Japanese food. It has cool illustrations throughout the book to help you.

This small book packs in a lot of information:

>> Appearance of Restaurants -- this unique section helps you recognize multiple types of restaurants.
>> Dining Out
>> Traditional Cuisine
>> Rice Dishes and Pickles
>> Noodle Dishes -- Soba & Udon, ramen, yakitori
>> Seasonal & Regional Cooking
>> Confectionary & Drinks
>> Ingredients & Seasoning -- Soybean products, seaweeds, dried food, fish-paste, vegetables, seasonings & spices
>> A Few Simple Recipes -- including how to cook rice, sukiyaki, and my favorite: Katsudon
>> Supplement -- chopsticks, table manners, seasonings, regional variations, instant and take-away foods.

The book was published in the 1980s but it is still useful today, although not as your primary guidebook since it does not have specific hotel, restaurant, or transportation information.

This is number 3 in a series of books published by the Japan Tourism Bureau in the 1980s. While each book stands alone, look for others in the series. I also have Must-See in Kyoto (Japan in Your Pocket Series) (No. 5) and A Look into Japan (Japan in Your Pocket) (No. 1).
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