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Japanese Food Restaurants
We introduce Japanese restaurants around the world. Discover the best one for you.
What is a Japanese Food Supporter?
- What is a Japanese Food Supporter?
- Restaurants and retail shops that actively deal with food and alcohol produced in Japan* are certified to be Japanese Food Supporters. We request shops to display the supporter logo so that people who are interested in Japanese food can find the shops easily. If you spot the logo, please go in and enjoy the taste of quality items made in Japan.
- The experience that Japanese Food Supporter shops offer
- If you go to a supporter shop, you will be able to encounter delicious Japanese ingredients and get to know their charm and characteristics.
- In the restaurants, you can taste dishes made with ingredients produced in Japan. In sake specialty shops, you can enjoy Japanese alcohol*.
- In retail shops, you can get Japanese ingredients that are guaranteed to be safe, secure and of high quality.
- Food produced in Japan refers to agricultural, forestry and fishery ingredients produced in Japan or processed foods that have been manufactured or processed in Japan.
- Alcohol produced in Japan refers to alcohol that has been manufactured in Japan.
- Number of accredited shops
- 478 (As of July 2017) Shops featured on this website:323
About the Ingredients
The most important food for Japanese people
The blessing of the ocean
A collaboration of humans and the nature
Great tastes are the fruit of farmers' effort
The world class appearance with great tastes
A healthy yet delicious tea that is easy to serve
Playing a supporting role in Japanese cuisines that are as important as main casts
Traditional Japanese alcohol that continues evolving while preserving its history
Beginning with simple menus, we introduce various recipes for Japanese dishes from simple-to-cook dishes to traditional cuisine that can be served to guests.
Miso Soup with Bacon(Tonjiru)“Tonjiru” or pork soup, is a popular type of miso soup, made with pork and a variety of vegetables.
Here, we have created an East-meets-West spin on the classic Japanese tonjiru, using bacon and vegetables readily available in the UK. A miso soup base consists of a combination of miso paste and soup stock.Traditionally, a kombu (dried kelp) or bonito fish stock is used, but if these are not available, you can substitute them with chicken stock.