Japanese soul food (or also called ‘izakaya’) refers to the Japanese dishes that are influenced and inspired by Western and South African cuisine. It does a good job of showing how foreign culinary traditions infuse with traditional Japanese technique along the way.
Some typical dishes are yoshoku (Japanese-Western dishes) such as: gyoza, tonkatsu, tempura, and so on. If you don’t love Japanese traditional food, you can still enjoy the soul food! Besides the mentioned dishes, there are many more items to discover! And you can probably make them your own by following the soul food Japanese cookbooks in this article. Check them out here.
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