Japan is a hub for a variety of healthy food and unique gastronomy. Because of its contribution to the culinary discipline and cooking, it could be considered as the “culinary capital of the world”. Cooking, for them, is both a science and art: they consider the health benefits of what they will intake while keeping the food enticing to eat. They also use their own styles of cooking to pose culture and identity. It takes creativity and resourcefulness to create dishes loved by many, like what Japan does.
The Japanese are sometimes envied for their longevity and low obesity rate. The secret for long life isn’t actually a secret; it is reflected on their healthy diet. They are great consumers of ginger, seafood, green tea, and fermented soy beans. Here are some of the most interesting facts that you may not know about the Japanese cuisine. Itadakimasu!
Here at Pop Japan, we pride ourselves on being one of the most passionate promoters of our nation. It is our strong belief that Japan has the ability to offer anyone a very fulfilling life.