Taiyaki is Japanese fish shaped waffle filled with 'An' the sweet red bean paste. Taiyaki is famous Japanese street food sweets.

Taiyaki is Japanese fish shaped waffle filled with & the sweet red bean paste. Taiyaki is famous Japanese street food sweets.

10 Delicious Japanese Street Foods That You Should Try

10 Delicious Japanese Street Foods That You Should Try

Yaki imo is a type of Japanese street food that uses wood fire to bake sweet potatoes. Check out this San Jose Japanese restaurant infographic to learn about other types of Japanese street food sold around the country.

A foodie bucket list of food to try in Japan, from local cuisine to Japanese street food. It's more than just sushi!

Regional cuisine and street foods to try in Japan

A foodie bucket list of food to try in Japan, from local cuisine to Japanese street food. It's more than just sushi! (Things To Try Bucket Lists)

sushi cone. - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Hand Roll Recipe (Temaki) - Hand roll is a popular sushi. Learn how to make it with this easy hand roll recipe using Mizkan sushi seasoning and rice vinegar

For those unaccustomed to Japanese food, even the most common edibles may seem quite odd and, well, unappetizing, at first glance. The first time you saw monjayaki, did you not think it looked a little...weird? Of course, not all Japanese cuisine is unappealing to the eyes, but even the delicious-looking food is st ...

Fanny is raising funds for THE SNACK POSTER: A new creation inspired by Japanese food on Kickstarter! This Japanese snack poster introduces the real classic Japanese snacks and street food you will find in Japan.

Often described as a “Japanese pizza”, okonomiyaki is actually more like a pancake. I think the reason people compare it to a pizza is because you can fill it with just about anything that suits your fancy. Fitting, given that its name literally translates to “grilled as you like it”.  http://www.pbs.org/food/fresh-tastes/okonomiyaki-classic-japanese-street-food

Okonomiyaki: Japanese Street Food

This classic Japanese street food is often compared to Japanese pizza or pancakes, but this okonomiyaki recipe is not so simple.

Yaki Imo- Satsumaimo (sweet potato) roasted on hot volcanic stones- lovely old-skool Japanese street food.    http://gakuranman.com/the-yaki-imo-man-of-japan/

Yaki Imo- Satsumaimo (sweet potato) roasted on hot volcanic stones- lovely old-skool Japanese street food.

Easy Chicken Yakitori! A popular Japanese street food you can make just as good at home!

This is Chicken Yakitori it contains chicken liver, chicken gizzards or boneless thigh meat, combined with tamari a Japanese sauce, you then combine them in a saucepan cook them and skewer them

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Takoyaki was a highlight of my time in Japan, that is until I realised my eyelids were swelling due to the Octopus inside :( The batter balls are filled with minced or diced octopus (tako), tempura scraps (tenkasu), pickled ginger, and green onion.

If you're ever roaming the streets of Japan, why not try the delicious faire available at local markets, food stands and kiosks? For all you need to know about Japanese street food, head to theculturetrip.com. Yum!

A Guide To Street Food In Japan

Typical Japanese street markets for food. You can find many fruit and vegetable markets and multiple fish markets by the docks.

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