Most Mouthwatering Anime Foods

Looking for the most mouthwatering anime foods, we have gathered the most enticing and the most delicious foods you have ever seen on the animes that you are watching. You can find here the list and images of the foods so you can also buy for yourself to satisfy your cravings. You can share this with your foodtrip buddy so they can also choose their favprite foods. You can also share this to your social media tp invite your friends to vote for the entry that you want to be seen on the top part of the collection. Before leaving the page, do not forget to cast in your vote first.

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    Onigiri

    Onigiri are wrapped with nori (roasted seaweed) sheets to help hold the sticky rice ball and keep your fingers clean. A hilarious example of practicing the art of making Onigiri can be seen on episode three of S·A: Special A as Hikari…

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    Yaki Dango

    The mochi balls themselves are not particularly sweet. Rather, the toppings used to coat the balls is sweetened with a flavorful sauce. The sauces can range from brown sugar syrup, to sweetened soy sauce, and even red bean paste. On the first…

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    Taiyaki

    Believed to have originated from the Meiji period of feudal Japan, taiyaki is (adorable) fish-shaped bread. The batter is usually a pancake-like concoction poured into a fish-shaped mold and baked until golden brown. These tasty cakes are…

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    Japanese Ramen

    If you’re an avid anime fan, you’re most likely familiar with ramen noodles. Ramen is an extremely popular noodle dish in Japan (and in anime). There are even specialty shops that serve multiple versions of ramen noodle soups. Originally,…

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    Takoyaki

    In most parts of Japan, takoyaki is considered a casual fast food snack. Typically, it’s sold by street vendors during festivals. However, in western Japan takoyaki is considered a meal unto itself. Takoyaki is prepared as a pancake-like…

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    Ebi Fry

    If you love seafood, then you will no doubt enjoy the crunchy goodness of ebi fry (deep-fried shrimp). Ebi fry is a very popular food in Japan, served everywhere from top restaurants to roadside stands. Ebi fry is made with large prawn, coated…

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    Japanese Custard Cornet

    A cornet is as a long, cream-filled pastry cone that is washed in egg, giving it a beautiful golden brown appearance. To give cornets their signature conch shell appearance, they are baked with a special cream horn mold. They come out hollow, and…

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    Gyoza

    Popular ingredients for the filling typically include minced pork, cabbage, green onions, and chives. All of this deliciousness is wrapped in a thin dough and either fried or boiled. Although gyoza originated in China (known as…

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    Katsudon

    It consists of rice, eggs, and a breaded deep-fried pork cutlet called tonkatsu, making it a high-calorie – and quite fattening – meal. In fact, the lead protagonist of the series, Yuuri Katsuki, learns firsthand just how…

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    Tamagoyaki

    Tamagoyaki is basically a pan-fried egg that is rolled into a log and sliced into small bite-sized rolls. Because of how it’s prepared, it easily maintains its shape after slicing, making it a perfect addition to bento box meals. In addition,…

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    Kare Pan

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    Shabu Shabu Hot Pot

    Nabemono (or one-pot dishes) are staple meals in the Japanese diet. The hot pot dish, Shabu-Shabu, is generally made with a cabbage, mushrooms, dried kelp, and thinly sliced meat (most commonly beef). All these ingredients are mixed…

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    Kare Raisu

    Today’s version of Japanese curry is thick, sweet, and comes in three levels of spiciness: hot, medium, and mild. Curry is always served on rice and generally mixed with beef chunks, onion, carrots, and potatoes. In episode three of Mawaru…

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    Omurice

    This dish has been featured on many anime series as a bright yellow mound, often topped with a ketchup message or zigzag pattern. So what exactly is omurice? It’s basically a crepe-thin egg omelet that is filled with meat, sautéed…

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    Sukiyaki Hot Pot

    Sukiyaki is another nabemono (one-pot) meal that is super popular in Japanese culture. It’s also cooked and served on a portable stove, and then served at the dining table. This meal most commonly consists of thinly sliced beef, cabbage,…

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    Okonomiyaki

    Okonomiyaki is a savory cabbage pancake, covered in a sweet Worcester-based sauce (known as okonomiyaki). This popular Japanese dish is prepared by layering all ingredients on top of a pancake batter made of cabbage and onion, and then prepared…

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