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Do you like Japanese food?

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Yes, I really do like Japanese food.

I have this every now and then though rarelym, if ever, cook it myself.

I like all Japanese food, or rather, I have not come across a dish that I have not liked -love all their fish, raw, smoked etc.
by Finy
Yes I do!
I like sushi rolls but apart from that haven't ever really had much Japanese food. I don't make sushi rolls myself although my sisters both do and it is a fun activity.
Yes, I like Japanese food. Cooked or raw I think of it as a healthy option in my diet. :-)
I enjoy Japanese food,but have to be careful as I have many allergies.This means I must be very careful with my choices of dishes due to the ingredients. Here in Townsville,we have a really brilliant Sushi outlet which will make my choices up for me exactly as I wish,and I absolutely adore it,knowing that I shall not have any adverse reactions!
Yes I do enjoy Japanese food. I have only ever eaten it out and have never cooked it myself
by AJ
I like sushi rolls but apart from that haven't ever really had much Japanese food. I don't make sushi rolls myself although my sisters both do and it is a fun activity.
No.

Had it once. In Mexico City. Top Japanese Restaurant. It was excellent.

But just not my food scene at all.

when we eat out it is always japanese or thai
both are equally delicious in there own ways.

Oh yeah!
by Vee
NO! Tried it = do not like it!
yes
I love Japanese food! However there are two sides to Japanese food as what they eat out at restaurants and what they eat at home is very different.

Most westerners think japanese food is sushi, raw fish and maybe they know udon, donburi or japanese curry. Other popular restaurant food includes soba noodles, tempura and ramen (technically Chinese).

During the time I lived with Japanese people at home they ate more pickles, miso soup, grilled fish, fried eggs, natto and tofu. The things they ate also varied a lot depending on season and region. Nabe [IMAGE1 Traditional hot pot usually in mountainous regions in winter]

Not once in Japan did I ever eat a sushi roll like what we find here!

But I loved all of it! Especially natto!
by Jane
I can't sat I've had a lot of japanese food, so I can't say as to whether I like it or not!
yes, I like it, but I've never cooked it, I've mostly just eaten sushi.
by Miro
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