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    I Love Japan And China And I Want To Learn They're Culture First I Would Like To Know What Other Kinds Of Foods They Eat Other Than Sushi

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    Japan is separated from the Asian mainland by 160km (100 miles) of sea. About 70% of the country is covered by hills and mountains, a number of which are active or dormant volcanoes. There is much to see in the capital city of Tokyo. The Imperial Palace with its grounds set out as a park; Ginza, the shopping and entertainment area; Shinjuku, the western quarter with a national park, the Botanical Garden and the Meiji Shrine. There is a thriving nightlife with clubs, theatres, music and food from all over the world.

    Japanese cuisine, now popular in the West, involves very sensitive flavours, fresh crisp vegetables and an absence of richness. Specialities include teriyaki (marinated beef/chicken/fish seared on a hot plate), sukiyaki (thin slices of beef, bean curd and vegetables cooked in soy sauce and then dipped in egg), tempura (deep fried seafood and vegetables), sushi (slices of raw seafood placed on lightly-vinegared rice balls very tasty and refreshing), and sashimi (slices of raw seafood dipped in soy sauce).

    Tokyo has an abundance of cinemas, theatres, bars, coffee shops, discotheques and nightclubs. A wide range of bars is available, from the posh and stylish to cheap street stalls. In the summer, rooftop beer gardens are popular. Some clubs have hostesses who expect to be bought drinks and snacks. In bigger nightclubs and bars, a basic hostess charge is levied. However, there are thousands of other bars and clubs.

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    Pick one at a time. China and Japan are very different.

    Everyone start with Japan and ONLY Japan.

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    Japan is very nice. When im older, im going to live there and maybe open up my own restaurant..

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    Re: Newbie In Need Of Japan Info

    Quote Originally Posted by Hassun
    China and Japan are very different.
    Very, very true.

    Anyway...

    Foods other than sushi, eh? Read off the English version of wikipedia: Japanese cuisine

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    Quote Originally Posted by beauty-pop View Post
    Japan is separated from the Asian mainland by 160km (100 miles) of sea. About 70% of the country is covered by hills and mountains, a number of which are active or dormant volcanoes. There is much to see in the capital city of Tokyo. The Imperial Palace with its grounds set out as a park; Ginza, the shopping and entertainment area; Shinjuku, the western quarter with a national park, the Botanical Garden and the Meiji Shrine. There is a thriving nightlife with clubs, theatres, music and food from all over the world.

    Japanese cuisine, now popular in the West, involves very sensitive flavours, fresh crisp vegetables and an absence of richness. Specialities include teriyaki (marinated beef/chicken/fish seared on a hot plate), sukiyaki (thin slices of beef, bean curd and vegetables cooked in soy sauce and then dipped in egg), tempura (deep fried seafood and vegetables), sushi (slices of raw seafood placed on lightly-vinegared rice balls very tasty and refreshing), and sashimi (slices of raw seafood dipped in soy sauce).

    Tokyo has an abundance of cinemas, theatres, bars, coffee shops, discotheques and nightclubs. A wide range of bars is available, from the posh and stylish to cheap street stalls. In the summer, rooftop beer gardens are popular. Some clubs have hostesses who expect to be bought drinks and snacks. In bigger nightclubs and bars, a basic hostess charge is levied. However, there are thousands of other bars and clubs.
    THANK YOU Should I Give You Points Or What And I Am Going To Move To Japan Too Hopefully Ill See You There

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    YOUR VERY WELCOME!! <3 japan <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hassun View Post
    Pick one at a time. China and Japan are very different.

    Everyone start with Japan and ONLY Japan.
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