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Dining in Japan is "not" the same as eating at a Japanese restaurant in your home country. Most restaurants in Japan specialize in a single cuisine (you don't get tempura at a sushi restaurant), and of course the menus are all in Japanese! And there are special customs for how different foods are served and eaten. But don't let these differences bother you. With this book in hand, go to Japan and "eat well"! You'll know how and what to order, whether it's sukiyaki, eel, tofu, chicken sticks, or sake! Packed with detailed information, this book is still a quick and compact reference for all occasions.
Motoko Kuroda lives in New York City and writes about Japanese lifestyles.