For me, the food is one of the things which stands out on our trip to Japan. In fact, most of the students and faculty are keeping food journals and taking photos of each meal we’re served. Please see below for a few of the interesting foods we’ve eaten in Japan. Most are wonderfully delicious! Darryn Diuguid
This dish was served to the faculty during our welcome dinner. We grilled veggies, meat, and tofu.
Most everyone purchased this dessert at the Mt. Fuji stop. As you can tell, it’s in the shape of the famous mountain!
This tempura and miso soup were served during the lunch when we made soba noodles. It was one of my favorites dishes!
This beef curry dish was a big hit with faculty and students. We were able to order seconds, and I think everyone “cleaned the bowl” during this meal.
This hibachi type dinner was served at the Green Village by the Japanese students. After cooking the meats, the students prepared lo mein and more vegetables.
During out initial dinner with the Technos faculty, we ate this river fish as an appetizer. Interesting!
Who can resist conveyor belt sushi? You simply grab your selection off of the belt, and the plates are colored coded to a specific price. Fun times!
This is a typical Japanese breakfast: fruit, ham, egg, and condiments. Of course, you must eat with chopsticks; no silverware was in sight!