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Street Food from Japan

Street Food from Japan

Street food is present in most cultures---often providing tourists with a cheap way to taste a large variety of dishes in a short period of time, and natives with compact plates for a complete meal or a snack. Japan is no exception: Its residents love eating small, savory snacks in between meals or late at night when out. Join Japanese Chef Mamie Nishide for an evening spent making some of those favorite snacks, such as: Okonomiyaki (fried batter cake with savory toppings); Takoyaki (octopus dumplings); Yakitori (skewers); Gyoza (pan-fried dumplings); Onigiri (handmade rice balls); Kelp; Dried Shiitake Mushroom and Bonito Dashi; Gomoku Yakisoba (crispy noodles); and Korokke (deep-fried croquettes).

Street Food from Japan

Course ID: SFJ-AP Duration: 4.00 hour(s)


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