In love with Japanese food or want to try it for the first time but confused with their strange names and ingredients, here is a complete Japanese food guide where all will be explained.
Wasabi: is originated in Japan and traditionally it has been used as a natural herb. Now, Wasabi is one of the primary condiments for Japanese dishes, especially for noodles, Sashimi and Sushi.
Soy Sauce: this is a sauce that is slightly mild and perfectly compliments dishes that include raw fish.It is often consumed in conjunction with Wasabi due to its mild and salty flavor.
O-nigiri: or rice ball, is a Japanese food made from white rice formed into triangular or cylinder shapes and often wrapped in nori filled with salted salmon or any other salty or sour ingredient as a natural preservative.
Uramaki: sushi with rice on the outside and nori inside. The filling is in the center surrounded by nori, then a layer of rice, and optionally an outer coating of some ingredients such as roe or toasted sesame seeds.
Sashimi: is a Japanese delicacy consisting of very fresh raw meat or fish sliced into thin pieces.
Temaki Sushi: also known as hand rolled sushi, is conelike form of temaki incorporates rice nori, and a variety of fillings known as neta.
Gunkan: means "boat" and here, the ingredients are held in place on top of the rice in a boat shape.