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lewissan

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Post Mon Feb 21, 2011 1:19 pm

Feel free to ask anything about Japan

hello everyone :character-yoshi:
Please feel free to ask anything about Japan :romance-wub: i will gladly answer you as much as i can :character-cookiemonster: :romance-heartbeating:
and let's exchange any information about Japan, chess, chesscube, culture, yourself, or whatever :dance:
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Post Mon Feb 21, 2011 1:34 pm

Re: Feel free to ask anything about Japan

I love food ..

I will love to know the cuisines of the the japan =D
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lewissan

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Post Mon Feb 21, 2011 4:02 pm

Re: Feel free to ask anything about Japan

oh :) If u come to japan, u will be amazed to see rich food culture of japan. I think there's almost nothing u can't eat in japan =d In japan, there're restaurants of any country's food...and even at home, we cook a wide variety of things...japanese, italian, french, chinese,..etc. It seems japanese people also r good at in using any country's cuisine in harmony with their original ones :) And a great number of people in japan have much interest in foods or cuisines, so there're many TV programs concerning cooking,too. So, sometimes i get sick of those TV programs..lol. What is your favorite japanese food :-d
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intandayana

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Post Fri Feb 25, 2011 1:06 pm

Re: Feel free to ask anything about Japan

i like to eat sushi~!!! :dance: :dance: :dance:

do u know how to make sushi lewi? :D
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lewissan

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Post Fri Feb 25, 2011 6:55 pm

Re: Feel free to ask anything about Japan

hi intan :romance-inlove: i think...it's not so easy to make sushi for an amateur like me (e),cuz it needs special skills .
but we often make hand-rolled sushi, "temaki-zushi" at home :romance-wub: which is very easy to make and also fun :-d
you should try someday :romance-heartsthree:
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intandayana

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Post Sat Feb 26, 2011 1:35 am

Re: Feel free to ask anything about Japan

teach me then! coz i only know how to make gunkan and maki sushi.. :dance: :dance: :dance:
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lewissan

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Post Sat Feb 26, 2011 8:18 am

Re: Feel free to ask anything about Japan

wow! you know gunkan maki :romance-heartspink: then, im sure u can make temaki-zushi :dance:
it's easy, because all u have to do is just roll whatever u want in a sheet of seaweed :character-cookiemonster: :romance-heartbeating: tuna, shrimp, cucumber, cuttlefish...whatever :-d and i will teach you how to make it anytime :romance-inlove:
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intandayana

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Post Sun Feb 27, 2011 3:57 pm

Re: Feel free to ask anything about Japan

but i dont really like to eat temaki sushi.. :P

yeah.. somehow, very difficult to get that rice here :@ ..its diff from regular rice.. :doh:

sure..im ready to learn how to make real sushi.. :dance: :dance:
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lewissan

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Post Sun Feb 27, 2011 7:07 pm

Re: Feel free to ask anything about Japan

ok, then...i will send u the best rice in japan :dance: hehe :romance-heartstiny:
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Post Tue Mar 01, 2011 6:04 am

Re: Feel free to ask anything about Japan

shud i give u my home address then? :-| easier for u to send me the rice.. ;)
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