Japan is known for its cuisine. People from across the world visit the Land of the Rising Sun to sample everything from the delectable seafood of Tsukiji Market in Tokyo to the local varieties of ramen that can be found across the nation’s forty-seven prefectures, such as Nagasaki’s champon. And yet you would be mistaken if you believed that Japan was only capable of producing high-quality local fare, as there is a long tradition of Western food in this country.
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