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  • Souta In Poco's Udon World

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    In Yoshihide Ibata’s Poco’s Udon world, Souta is struggling with his purpose in life. When Souta returns to his hometown due to his father’s death, he discovers a little boy name Poco. After taking Poco under his wing, Souta is constantly reminded of his childhood and of all his memories that he had sealed away. In particular, Souta feels regretful for not following his father’s footsteps in continuing the udon shop, but instead leaving to go to Tokyo. However, through his father-son bond with

  • Tourism In Japan Tourism

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    Japan. While sushi is Japan’s main attraction when it comes to food another big factor for tourist is authentic Japanese cuisine such as their noodles. These noodles come in two variants the Soba noodles that are made from by using buckwheat and the Udon noodles which are produced from using wheat. The noodles can either be eaten warm or cold and are favorites of the Japanese. The other aspect of the Gastronomic tourism that draws tourist to japan are the beverages. The big three for Japan are Sake

  • Comparison Of Food In Tampopo And Eat Drink Man Woman

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    According to a famous Chinese proverb, “Foods are the most important to the people (民以食为天)”. Specifically, food is an important element in Tampopo by Juzo Itami and Eat Drink Man Woman by Ang Lee because it can be related to work and pleasure. With regard to food as work or pleasure, there are three essential levels. In the first level, food is primarily work. Cooking food as an occupation is shown in both films, where the characters obtain no pleasure from the food itself directly. For the second

  • Making The Perfect Donburi At Genki Sushi

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    Making the Perfect Donburi Throughout my life getting a job was always one of my goals and not only was it something I was interested in, but also because I needed money. I spend a lot of money going out. When I first started my junior year of high school some of my friends were able to get jobs so I was even more motivated to get one myself. So one year ago I applied for a job at Genki Sushi. I went to the interview and they told me I was too young to apply because they serve alcohol at their restaurants

  • Japanese Cultural Food : Japan

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    Japanese Cultural Food Japan’s multifaceted culture is often unspoken about; Japan has one of the longest cultural back lives dating thousands of years back. Although the culture and tradition of Japan stay strong, the society is constantly changing. With all the history that is distinctly important to Japanese Cultural Food Japanese culture, it is no surprise the role that food plays in Japan. Japanese cultural food is 2 distinctly different from western civilization and highlights very different

  • Full Moon Sushi Research Paper

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    Full Moon Sushi is a local favorite of many San Clemente sushi lovers. First let me decribe what you will see in the small restraunt. When you walk in the front door you will see a sushi bar directly across the room. Sitting at the sushi bar can be entertaining because you can see the chefs making all sorts of different rolls and things. The sign in sheet is hanging on the inside of the door where you enter. Because the restraunt is small, it can sometimes be a strugle to fing seating for larger

  • What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Japanese Food

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    vegetables cooked in broth. Fish is commonly served grilled but can also be served raw as sashimi or in sushi. Seafood and vegetables are also deep-fried in light batter as tempera. Apart from rice, important foods include noodles such as soba and udon. The five most important ingredients are; 1. Rice. There are two main types of rice. Uruchimai which is slightly sticky and is used for sushi and most japanese rice dishes and Mochigome is a more sticky variety of rice that is used for mochi and mochi-like

  • Eaton Centre: Dominant Culture

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    from street food to white linen dining. The seats are filled with customers whose faces reflect every hue of the human tapestry. And the food shops range from standbys like KFC and Subway to counters offering shrimp tom yum, chicken shawarma, nabeyaki Udon and Moroccan stew. The Eaton Centre is open, airy, and filled with natural light due to its glass ceiling, from which a sculpture of Canada geese flying south for the winter is suspended. The Eaton Centre contains over 280 shops and restaurants. Almost

  • Shinto And Buddhism: A Comparison Of Chinese And Japanese Religion

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    difference. Both areas live very close and highlight the differences of each one is really important. Japanese cuisine has a large variety of dishes and regional specialties. Below is a selection the most popular food is Rice, sushi, Tempura, tofu, udon, soba, ramen, sashimi, curry, ton katsu and soon. The religion in Japan is variety. Shinto and Buddhism are Japan's two major religions. Shinto is as old as the Japanese culture, while Buddhism was imported from the mainland in the 6th century. the

  • An X-Ray of Japan

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    Japan is located in East Asia. It is an Archipelago, or group of islands, that extends into the Pacific Ocean. It lies between 24 degrees to 46 degrees north latitude and from 123 degrees to 146 degrees east longitude. It is East of Korea and separated by the Sea of Japan and East-Northeast of China and Taiwan, separated by the East China Sea. Japan’s territory is approximately 377,923.1 sq mi. According to the October 2010 Census, Japan’s population was larger than it has ever been at 128,057,354