The Japanese cuisine offers a very large variety of dishes and regional specialties.
If we asked you to think of one Japanese food, what comes to your mind?
Sushi, raw fish, tempura, tofu? Good. With Japanese restaurants and Sushi bars popping all over the world these days, Japanese food is no longer considered as one of the world's unsolved mysteries it once was (we hope!).
In fact, more number of people are recognizing Japanese food as one of the world's healthiest cuisines. With rice and abundant marine products at it's mainstream, the traditional Japanese diet is impressingly low in cholestrol, fat, and calories, and high in fiber. No wonder Japanese people have the highest longetivity rate.