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  • noun A style of Western-influenced Japanese cuisine.


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Japanese 洋食


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  • Japanese-style Western food, which Sapporo Trip offers, is an actual native cuisine known as yoshoku (which simply means "Western food"), although its dishes are more accurately the result of the Japanese adapting European styles of cooking.

    TODAYonline 2008

  • Tempura, for example, was introduced by the Portuguese while hamburgers, a typically American staple, has been given the yoshoku treatment and is now called "hambagoo", where it is often served without the bun andusually covered in a demi-glace (brown sauce).

    TODAYonline 2008


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