Japanese Food Culture

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In this globalization era, as our world become more and more peaceful, people live in a stable life. Most of the people don’t worry about the food problem. In this kind of situation, people have their right to enjoy the different kind of cuisine. Among all of the various cuisines, we can divide them into two, which are eastern and western food. The western continent include north and South American, Europe, Oceania, while eastern continent include Asia and Africa. Nowadays, as the human history is being established, our cuisine is also enough of study due to human can’t leave without food .There are many similarities and differences among western and eastern cuisine. First at all, our main grains are totally different. Due to the climate…show more content…
It leads our culture’s dividing line has became more and more fuzzy, especially our food culture. For instance, there’s a kind of food culture named Yoshuku in Japan. Yoshuku is mainly European and American food tweaked by the Japanese and is now considered as Japanese as any other native food. Yoshuku began in the Meiji era (1868-1912) in Western-style restaurants that catered to foreigners. The Japanese cooks who worked in those restaurants then opened their own places all over Japan and propagated Yoshuku. Today, Yoshuku was became a popular cooking style in Japan, even in the…show more content…
However, now he has another choice, which is Asian cuisine. It’s because Asian cuisine has became popular in western countries. In 2010, recipe seekers most frequently searched for regional Italian and Chinese recipes, followed by Southeast Asian recipes. While home cooks are looking for more creative ways to prepare Asian foods, simple wok cooking is growing in popularity, with Gallup data reporting that 5 percent of meal preparers make a stir fry for dinner on any given weekday night. Someone believes that Asian meal kits are posting strong growth with Gen Y and Gen X consumers who are short on time and cooking skills. There is a study about while people are increasingly cooking new Asian-inspired cuisine at home, half (52%) of consumers say they would definitely order a new menu item made with the typical flavor/ingredients of Chinese cuisine, 34 percent Japanese, 30 percent Thai, 21 percent Szechuan, 19 percent Indian, 15 percent Vietnamese, 13 percent Korean and 12 percent Indonesian. So, we can understand eastern culture also affectes the

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