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Real Japaese food never exist in overseas

Hello people who are living in or came from out of Japan. Have you ever tried “Real Japanese food” in Japan? I want you to well understand that Japanese food served in your country is NOT Japanese food because their tastes are throughly customized to local prople. To be honest I have never met good Japanese food other than Japan even though I have visited more than 25 countries ever in my life.  In addition, the real Japanese food is not as expensive as your country and has much more variations.

I can show you an example for such the real Japanese food. Do you know Tempura? Tempura is a Japanese national and traditional dish of seafood and vegetables (evem ice-cream is possible) which are battered and deep-fried. Battered and fried vegetables used to be called “syojin-age” in the very past time  and they were loved by monks in temples, and finally distinguished from tempura. But know, there’s no more distinction and all are called tempura. I know more people from overseas are eating nowadays.

Well then, what about “Ebi-mayo”? I’m sure you don’t know. It is little arranged Shurimp tempura adding mayonaise sause on them like…

It’s so big and beautiful, isn’t it? Not only the nice visual but also this shit is very very delicious! The fried batter that is seasoned with soy sause is crispy and the ingredient inside are so juicy.

Now you wanna try. You can eat this “Ebi-mayo” at a restaurant near Sangenjyaya Sta. which is 5 min far by train from Shibuya in Tokyo. Links are as follows for your reference.

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