A lot of people think of Japanese food as the same old, same old.
That’s because it is.
But that’s not the case.
I don’t know what the Japanese are going through in the world right now, but they do.
The Japanese have been living in the midst of an economic crisis for decades now.
Their economy has shrunk by roughly 25% over the past decade.
And yet, there’s still a massive amount of Japanese consumer goods on shelves.
You can find the following in most major grocery chains in Japan: Japanese canned meat, Japanese rice, ____Japanese noodles, _____Japanese iced tea, ________Japanese ices, ________________Japanese chips, ___Japanese crackers, _______Japanese taiyaki, ______Japanese soda, __Japanese water, ___Japan fruits, ___Japanese cheese, ______Japanese eggs, __Japanese rice, _Japanese potato, _Japanese dairy, Japanese bread, The Japanese market is dominated by products from a number of different regions.
But there are a few things that are universally recognizable.
Some are named after _____: ______Coffee ____Kobe beef _____Honey ____Cranberry ____Chocolate ____Bacon ____Mint ____Nuts ____Peanut ____Pumpkin ____Red Pepper ____Sausage ____Walnuts ____Strawberry _____Bread _____Salad _____Chicken _____Sushi _____Steak ____Spicy ____Whole-wheat _____Fruit ____Tomato ____Tofu ____White rice