Japanese Food Crosses All Borders

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Dec 9, 2013 18:02
A few days ago, Washoku (Japanese food) was added UNESCO's intangible cultural heritage. On that day, I earned that UNESCO had already registered four food cultures such as French cuisine, the Mediterranean dishes, Mexican traditional food and Turkish "keskek." I've never eaten "keskek," but all of them are world famous and tasty.

Nowadays, Japanese restaurants are everywhere in the world and there are many people who are interested in Japanese food. It is probably because Japanese food are not only tasty but also low calories and healthy. On TV this morning, I was amazed to see a French couple who was cooking Japanese noodle using dashi soup made from fish and kelp. Also, a French chef on that TV was using Japanese soup stock when he made French dishes. I thought Japanese food crosses all borders.


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