- Sushi and wasabi
- Miso soup and seaweed
- Rice balls and laver
- Raw tuna and yam
- Saury and grated daikon radish
- Tofu and bonito flakes
- Freshwater eel and sansho
- Pork cutlet and cabbage
Have you noticed that certain Japanese food are always paired together? And with a certain season as well.
That long-lived tradition is more than plain old habits; it’s a guidance to health and a maximized taste-experience.
If you are interested in Japanese food, I recommend you to read following article that handles this very subject. 🙂
Categories: Japanese food and drinks