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Japanese winter food loved by foreign sheffes - 01-09-2017, 08:56 AM

In a Japanese new year TV show, foreign chefs living in Japan voted for "Japanese winter foods to stay existing". The result is here (sorry for bad translation).

1. MOCHI mashed rice cake
2. BURI-DAIKON white radish & yellowtail
3. ODEN boiled everything
4. ANKOU-NABE angler hot pot
5, KANI clabs
6. AMA-ZAKE sweet sake
7. KAZUNOKO herring roe
8. UNI sea urchin
9. HAKUSAI chinese cabbage
10. FUGU-SASHI raw boxfish
11. YU-DOUFU boiled TOFU
12. HOKKE_NO_ABURI-YAKI grilled HOKKE
13. TAI-YAKI TAIYAKI
14. ISE-EBI spiny lobster
15. MOTSU-NABE MOTSU(internal organs) hot pot
16. HOSHI-IMO steamed and dried sweet potato
17. DATE-MAKI egg with mashed fish
18. NABE-YAKI-UDON boiled UDON in hot pot
19. KABU_NO_SENMAI-DUKE pickled turnip
20. KIRITANPO-NABE baked rice cake
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01-09-2017, 12:05 PM

Wow that's very interesting. Apart from the udon all the others are New to me.


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01-09-2017, 12:28 PM

Please allow me just one thing but don' t get offended... sheffes is the pronounciation the word is chefs is like chefu in romanji. Sorry if I took the liberty of correcting.


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01-09-2017, 12:42 PM

Yes, you are right and I was wrong. I could not find the french word and "sheffes" seemed to pass the spelling check.

I will correct them. Thank you.


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01-09-2017, 12:50 PM

The show was already uploaded in Youtube.

Of course it is in Japanese without English subtitles.



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Yes, you are right and I was wrong. I could not find the french word and "sheffes" seemed to pass the spelling check.

I will correct them. Thank you.
Oh , you're welcome


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The show was already uploaded in Youtube.

Of course it is in Japanese without English subtitles.

Oh, shame :/


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01-09-2017, 03:33 PM

This thread is really interesting. I shared it too on an italian forum about Japan culture and anime a nd manga which I collaborate with( I'm used to write reviews about the anime I see) I hope you won't mind. Obviously I said that I found it here.
Many italian ppl will be interested I assure you .


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01-10-2017, 11:05 AM

My favorite winter food is oden. When I was a teacher, I usually got home fairly late in the evening, with no time to cook. I would stop at the Family Mart combini on the way home and pick up some oden, and enjoy it while chatting with friends before bed. I used to make curry and rice every Friday evening, and it would last me through the weekend.

Nowadays my favorite wintertime food is fish-and-chips from a local "British" pub. After several years of Japanese food, I now crave things which are less Japanese.

For New Years we had food catered by the Isetan department store, and my mother-in-law made mochi and other traditional foods. I gained a little weight over the holidays, but will try to burn it off in the spring.
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01-11-2017, 02:42 PM

The title of this thread should be "Japanese Winter Foods loved by Foreign Chefs". Sorry for my thoughtless post.

It is no problem to share the Youtube link. I think links on the web are all free to share.

And I will add more explanations to the list of 20 foods later on.

Thank you for sharing!


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