Japanese drinks are usually made with rice and sugar, but there are many variations on this, from sweet and sour to savory and spicy.
Here are seven popular ways to enjoy Japanese drinks.1.
The “Kashi” Drink2.
The Bamboo “Grape” Drink3.
The Naki Drink4.
The Rice-based “Rice and Spice” Drink5.
The Sushi “Koi” Drink6.
The Kakei Drink7.
The Tofu Drink (Kashi)1.
Naki: A sweet, sour, or spicy drink with rice, sugar, and soy sauce.
It is typically made with soy sauce, rice, and sugar.2.
Kashi: A sugar-filled drink made with fermented rice.
Usually served at sushi restaurants and sushi bars.3.
Bamboo: A fermented drink made from soybeans.4.
Sushi: A rice-based drink made of fermented rice, with the soy sauce added to make it sweet.5.
Rice- and sugar-based drinks: A variety of sugar-flavored drinks with rice.
Some are served as a snack, while others are eaten cold.6.
Tofo: A watery, watery drink that is often served as an appetizer.7.
Nori: A Japanese dessert drink that includes rice and soybeans mixed in with sugar.
(The word “nori” is Japanese for “sweet”).1.
Japanese drink: The sweet, salty, or sweet-tasting drink made by boiling rice in water for several minutes, often served at Japanese restaurants.2 and 3.
Rice: A common rice- and soybean-based beverage.4 and 5.
Sake: A drink made up of sugar and water, served at popular Japanese restaurants and bars.6 and 7.
Tuna: A popular sushi snack, made from seafood such as tuna and octopus, often consumed with rice or as a condiment.8 and 9.
Nama-ke: A beverage made from fermented soybeans, often called nama-kakei.10.
Tama: A soup made from tofu or other ingredients that includes fermented rice or soybeans and broth.1 and 2.
Rice and soy drinks: This is a popular dessert drink served at a Japanese restaurant, often with rice as a topping.
The drinks can be either sweetened or sour, with sweet or sour.3 and 4.
Sashimi: A type of seafood dish popular in Japan that consists of a rice and vegetables filling, usually filled with rice like a shuatsu.5 and 6.
Satsumaki: Another popular type of sushi dish made from rice and veggies, with a soy sauce base.7 and 8.
Gachi: A dessert dish made with noodles, with soy and rice added.9 and 10.
Nami: A dish made of rice and sweet potato, with rice mixed in.11.
Nana: A traditional Japanese dessert made from cooked vegetables.12.
Nani: A special type of rice dish that consists mainly of fermented vegetables such as broccoli and cabbage.13.
Kamegai: A fruit drink that consists mostly of fermented soy beans.14.
Katsu: A noodle dish made in Japanese cooking, often filled with fermented vegetables and rice.15.
Sama: This type of soup is usually served with rice noodles or noodles made from noodles.16.
Nabe: A soupy dish made using vegetables such a carrot and cucumber.17.
Chori: This dish is usually filled by filling the soup with rice balls or noodles.18.
Nachi: This noodle or soup is typically served with noodles and noodles made with sugar, soy sauce or rice.19.
Gashiki: This soup is a mixture of fermented tofu and vegetables, often topped with rice rice noodles.20.
Masamune: This traditional Japanese salad, filled with vegetables, rice and rice-flavored sauces, is usually topped with fried tofu.21.
Gyoza: This dessert dish is made with sweet potato and other vegetables.22.
Takoyaki: This Japanese dessert dish often filled by fried tofu and soy.23.
Soba: This creamy soup is often filled in soy sauce with vegetables and tofu.24.
Soko: This popular noodle soup is sometimes topped with a variety of vegetables and is often made with tofu.25.
Senpuu: This rice and vegetable soup is made using vegetable broth, soy, and vegetables.26.
Shoyu: This spicy soup is topped with hot chili peppers.27.
Ichiban: This classic dish is typically filled with hot peppers and rice, often wrapped in rice.28.
Gokuraku: This thick, rice-stuffed soup is frequently served with fried noodles.29.
Shukan: This thin, rice noodle curry dish is sometimes served with hot or sweet chili peppers, often accompanied by fried