Fast & Street Food 1-week course

Quick-fix meals exist also in Japan, such as Yakisoba (Noodles fried with sauce),  Okonomiyaki (flour, water and eggs and cabbage baked in grill). These meals are simple, very popular, and easy to prepare. These meals are typically prepared for home parties, or commonly sold at festival stalls. In order to grasp Japanese cuisine as a whole, we also focus on quick-fix meals such as these.


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Yakisoba in Japan is common as home menu and restaurant menu. Even outdoors, even if it is outdoor, it is sold in various places such as simulated shops / kiosks of events such as street vendors, school festivals, etc., as well as cooking possibilities and cooking procedures as long as there is one iron plate.


Takoyaki is a ball-shaped Japanese snack made of a wheat flour-based batter and cooked in a special molded pan. It is typically filled with minced or diced octopus (tako), tempura scraps (tenkasu), pickled ginger, and green onion.Takoyaki are brushed with takoyaki sauce (similar to Worcestershire sauce) and mayonnaise, and then sprinkled with green laver (aonori) and shavings of dried bonito. There are many variations to the takoyaki recipe, for example, ponzu (soy sauce with dashi and citrus vinegar), goma-dare (sesame-and-vinegar sauce) or vinegared dashi.


Okonomiyaki is a Japanese pancake containing a variety of ingredients in the base of flour. It is mainly associated with the Kansai (South-east) areas of Japan, but it is widely available throughout the country. There are many restaurants specialized in Okonomiyaki.


Oden is a Japanese one-pot winter dish consisting of several ingredients such as boiled eggs, daikon, konjac, and processed fishcakes, etc. it is often sold from food carts, and popular food . 

Shaved Ice

Japanese shaved ice dessert flavored with syrup and sweetener. In recent years, there are a great variety of ingredients. It is an indispensable dessert for summer, and they are sold in summer festivals too.

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