Japanese food names for dogs

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Are you looking for Japanese food names for dogs? Below is a list of Japanese food names for male and female dogs.

Japanese cuisine is world famous for its sophistication and deliciousness. Japanese cuisine often focuses on the natural freshness of the food, not overdoing it with spices. Elegant, gentle, suitable for the seasons.

The uniqueness of Japanese cuisine is formed from the intersection of culinary styles. That is the delicate and harmonious blend of Japanese dishes and other countries in the world.

In Japanese culinary culture, all dishes are cooked according to the rule of “three five”. It is understood as:

  • Five colors: white – yellow – red – blue – black
  • Five flavors: sweet – sour – spicy – bitter – salty
  • Five methods: live – security – grill – fried – steamed

Most Japanese dishes do not use spices, chefs mainly take advantage of the natural flavors available in dishes such as fish, seaweed, rice, soybeans, vegetables.

There are many interesting and unique food names you can refer to below for your dog.

Japanese desserts names for dogs

  • Amezaiku
  • Anmitsu
  • Anpan
  • Castella
  • Chinsuko
  • Coffee jelly
  • Hakuto jelly
  • Imagawayaki
  • Melonpan
  • Mochi ice cream
  • Momiji manjū
  • Purin
  • Raindrop cake
  • Sata andagi
  • Tokyo banana
  • Daifuku
  • Dango
  • Dorayaki
  • Sakura Mochi
  • Taiyaki
  • Zunda mochi
  • Bocchan dango
  • Habutae mochi
  • Namagashi
  • Amanattō
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Sushi Japanese names for dogs

  • Uramaki
  • Temaki
  • Maki
  • Sashimi
  • Nigiri
  • Shrimp
  • Chirashizushi
  • Inarizushi
  • Makizushi
  • Narezushi
  • Nigirizushi
  • Oshizushi
  • Agari
  • Gari
  • Gyoku
  • Murasaki
  • Neta
  • Oaiso
  • Otemoto
  • Sabi
  • Shari
  • Tsume

Japanese soup names for dogs

  • Butajiru – Also known as tonjiru. Soup made with pork and vegetables, flavoured with miso.
  • Chanko Nabe (Sumo Stew)
  • Dangojiru – soup made with dumplings along with seaweed, tofu, lotus root, or any number of other vegetables and roots
  • Dashi – a class of soup and cooking stock used in Japanese cuisine.
  • Hot Tofu (Yudofu)
  • Kasujiru
  • Kenchin jiru
  • Kimchi Nabe
  • Miso soup
  • Miso soup – soup made with miso suspended in dashi, usually containing two or three types of solid ingredients, such as seaweed, vegetables or tofu.
  • Nabeyaki Udon
  • Noppe
  • Oden
  • Ohaw
  • Shabu Shabu
  • Suimono – generic name for clear traditional soups
  • Sukiyaki
  • Sumashijiru – a clear soup made with dashi and seafood or chicken.
  • Sweet corn porridge soup.
  • Tonjir – similar to Miso soup, except that pork is added to the ingredients
  • Tonjiru
  • Torijiru – Chicken soup
  • Ushiojiru – clear soup of clams
  • Zenzai – In Okinawa Prefecture, refers to red bean soup served over shaved ice with mochi
  • Zōni
  • Zōni – soup containing mochi rice cakes along with various vegetables and often chicken. It is usually eaten at New Years Day.
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Japanese noodles names for dogs

  • Ramen
  • Udon
  • Soba
  • Yakisoba
  • Sōmen
  • Hiyamugi
  • Shirataki
  • Harusame
  • Tokoroten
  • Yaki udon
  • Okinawa soba
  • Mazesoba
  • Hiyashi chūka

Japanese rice dishes names for dogs

  • Chahan
  • Chāhan/yakimeshi
  • Chazuke
  • Curry rice
  • Donburi
  • Genmai gohan
  • Gohan/meshi
  • Hayashi rice
  • Inari Sushi
  • Kamameshi
  • Katemeshi
  • Mochi
  • Mugi gohan/Mugi meshi
  • Ochazuke
  • Okayu
  • Okowa
  • Omuraisu
  • Omurice
  • Onigiri
  • Onigiri/Omusubi
  • Seiro-mushi
  • Sekihan
  • Takikomi Gohan
  • Tamago Kake Gohan
  • Tenmusu

Japanese mushroom names for dogs

  • Shiitake
  • Maitake
  • Eryngii
  • Enoki
  • Matsutake
  • Nameko
  • Shimeji
  • Shiitake
  • Maitake
  • Bunashimeji
  • Matsutake
  • Enoki
  • Hiratake
  • Eringi

Japanese Bread names for dogs

  • Melon pan
  • Anpan
  • Cream pan
  • Choco cornet
  • Agepan
  • Curry pan
  • Yakisoba pan
  • Katsu sando
  • Character bread/Animal bread
  • Shoku pan
  • Coppe pan
  • Shokupan
  • Anpan
  • Melonpan
  • Currypan
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Japanese Sashimi names for dogs

  • Sake – Salmon sashimi that’s served fresh cut.
  • Akami – The cheap cut of tuna with a dark red color
  • Chutoro – The next grade up in tuna. Pink with a higher fat content.
  • Otoro – The most expensive cut of tuna, taken from the lowest part of the belly next to the head.
  • Hotate – Scallop
  • Basashi
  • Ikura – Salmon Roe
  • Kanpachi – Amberjack
  • Katsuo – Bonito
  • Suzuki – Sea Bass

Japanese sweets names for dogs

  • Akumaki
  • Amanattō
  • Aomori – Ki Ni Naru Ringo Pie
  • Arare (food)
  • Beika
  • Botamochi
  • Chitoseame
  • Daifuku
  • Dango
  • Dorayaki
  • Fukuoka – Meika Hiyoko
  • Gifu – Mizu Manju
  • Hanabiramochi
  • Higashi
  • Hiroshima – Momiji Manju
  • Hishi mochi
  • Kanten
  • Karintō
  • Karukan
  • Konpeitō
  • Manjū
  • Mizuame
  • Monaka
  • Osaka – Ichigo Daifuku
  • Senbei
  • Suama
  • Tokyo – Tokyo Banana
  • Uirō
  • Yamagata – Sakuranbo Kirara
  • Yamanashi – Shingen Momo
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Japanese Tea names for dogs

  1. Aracha
  2. Asamushicha
  3. Awa Bancha
  4. Bancha
  5. Batabatacha
  6. Botebotecha
  7. Boucha
  8. Bukubukucha
  9. Cha
  10. Chumushicha
  11. Fukamushicha
  12. Futsumushi
  13. Genmaicha
  14. Goishicha
  15. Guricha
  16. Gyokuro
  17. Gyokucha / Tamacha
  18. Hojicha
  19. Kamairicha
  20. Kancha
  21. Karigane
  22. Kabusecha
  23. Koicha
  24. Konacha
  25. Kukicha
  26. Kyobancha
  27. Matcha
  28. Mecha
  29. Nihoncha
  30. Ryokucha
  31. Sanpincha
  32. Sencha
  33. Shira-ore
  34. Shincha
  35. Tamaryokucha
  36. Temomicha
  37. Tencha
  38. Toubancha
  39. Tosa Bancha
  40. Usucha
  41. Wakoucha