Types of Japanese Food Continued...

Japanese Noodle Dishes / Japanese Ramen
Typical Japanese noodles are categorized as udon, ramen and soba. These noodles are cooked fresh and can be served as hot or cold.

Soba noodles are made of buckwheat flour and are about as thick as
spaghetti. Japanese soba noodles can be cold or hot.

Udon noodles are made of wheat flour and are thicker than soba.
Like soba noodles, udon and can also be served cold or hot.

Ramen are noodles prepared in a bowl of soup with various toppings.
Ramen is one of the most popular noodle dishes in Japan that
comes in several tasty soup base from miso, shoyu, or shiyo.

Yakisoba are fried or deep fried noodles.

Japanese Nabe Dishes
Nabe dishes are hot pot dishes that are prepared in a hot pot. 

A dish prepared with various sliced meat,
vegetables, mushrooms,
tofu and noodles. Egg can either be dipped in the sukiyaki or
ingredients can be dipped in the egg before eating.

Shabu-shabu is Japanese dish with several ingredients from
sliced meat,
vegetables, mushrooms and tofu.
Japanese Meat Dishes
Japanese are not only known for their seafood recipes but they also offer some common delicious meat dishes from yakitori, teriyaki beef/chicken and tonkatsu. 

Yakitori are grilled diced chicken on skewers.
Tonkatsu are deep fried pork cutlets and best served with tonkatsu sauce.
Chicken and beef teriyaki are chicken and beef cooked with teriyaki sauce.  

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