Today I would like to try Japanese deep-fried food in Teishoku style. Deep-fried food is widely eaten in Japan.
As I mentioned in my previous report regarding Teishoku, after you are guided to table the tea will be served. Wet napkin to clean your hands and mouth were also served together.
This is Agemono- deep-fried food- Teishoku.
Today’s deep-fried food is croquette and a fried cake of minced meat called Menchi-katsu. Deep fried food is mostly with strip-sliced cabbage.
I guess most of you already knows, this is rice. Very delicious, matches well with various types of food.
This is Miso soup, seaweed and fried tofu called Abura-age for ingredients.
This is cooked vegetables called Nitsuke. Colorful carrot and pea makes the dish enjoyable visually.
This is tofu with dried bonito called Katsuo-bushi. Katsuo-bushi is often used in Japanese cuisine Washoku.
Japanese pickles called Tsuke-mono is often served as side dish in Teishoku.
This is kidney beans dipped in soy sauce.
Everybody is enjoying their food.
How was my report? I hope you enjoyed it!