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Onomatopoeia of foods in Japanese 1

Twitter Youtube Pinterest Bookmark Do you know Onomatopoeia? This means  sound effects often used in manga, like “bang” ,”boon”. We use onomatopoeia in ordinary conversation. For example, crunchy is often expressed by Japanese as “Kari kari”,”Pori pori “,”Bori bori”,and”Gari gari”. We use different expressions depending foods. I can not introduce all of them, because, there …

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10 Healthy Seaweeds Most Commonly Eating by Japanese People

I’ve heard that foreigners take kombu into a bathtub for thalassotherapy…but the Japanese NEVER do that. Because, kombu is for foods in Japan. When talk about this food to westerners, I was said “It’s joke…” We must feel gross each other.😅 Today I introduce representative Japanese seaweed. Nori It is often used for wrapping around …

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Do you have this flavor in your country? Multinational cup Noodles!

There are many cup foods makers in Japan, not just Maru-chan and Nissin. However, Nissin is the largest and most innovative cup foods menu each season…sometimes they release odd cup food, though.  On the other hand, Maru-chan is good at arranging standard products. Today, I introduce multinational cup noodle of Nisshin. Shrimps with creamy tomato …

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