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ๅคฉใทใ‚‰ใฆใ‚“ใทใ‚‰tenpura

gairaigo  Portuguese origin  popular  search-only kana form  ateji  search-only kanji form  food, cooking  noun  noun (generic) 

  • tempura, deep-fried fish and vegetables in a light batter
่ฑšใ‚ซใƒ„ใจใ‚“ใ‚ซใƒ„tonkatsu

popular  usually written using kana alone  food, cooking  noun  noun (generic) 

  • tonkatsu, breaded pork cutlet
ใ™ใ็„ผใใ™ใใ‚„ใsukiyaki

popular  search-only kana form  rarely used kanji form  ateji  food, cooking  noun  noun (generic) 

  • sukiyaki, thin slices of beef, cooked with various vegetables in a table-top cast-iron pan
็„ผ่‚‰ใ‚„ใใซใyakiniku

popular  food, cooking  noun  noun (generic) 

  • yakiniku, Japanese dish of grilled meat similar to Korean barbecue
  • roasted meat, grill
้คกใ‚ใ‚“an

popular  usually written using kana alone  food, cooking  noun  noun (generic) 

  • red bean paste, red bean jam, anko
  • kudzu sauce
  • filling (of a dumpling, etc.)
  • filling, stuffing, inside
ใŠๅฅฝใฟ็„ผใใŠใ“ใฎใฟใ‚„ใokonomiyaki

popular  search-only kanji form  food, cooking  noun  noun (generic) 

  • okonomiyaki, savoury pancake fried on an iron griddle with vegetables, meat and/or seafood and topped with various sauces and condiments
ใ—ใ‚ƒใถใ—ใ‚ƒใถshabushabu

popular  onomatopoeic or mimetic word  food, cooking  noun  noun (generic) 

  • shabu-shabu, hot pot dish where thinly sliced meat is boiled quickly and then dipped in sauce
ใญใŸneta

popular  noun  noun (generic)  food, cooking  Internet slang 

  • material (for a story, article, etc.), information, news item
  • joke, jest, (comedy) routine, made-up story, material
  • proof, evidence
  • (magician's) trick, secret
  • ingredients (esp. for sushi)
  • (Internet) meme
ใŠใ›ใกๆ–™็†ใŠใ›ใกใ‚Šใ‚‡ใ†ใ‚Šosechiryouri

popular  search-only kanji form  food, cooking  noun  noun (generic) 

  • osechi, osechi-ryลri, traditional food eaten during the New Year's holidays
ๅฉใใŸใŸใtataki

popular  food, cooking  noun  noun (generic)  noun (suffix)  slang  abbreviation  business  historical term 

  • finely chopped fish or meat (sometimes seared first), mince
  • hitting (e.g. a drum), striking, beating, person who strikes something
  • bashing, criticizing, attacking
  • robbery, extortion
  • springboard for discussion, draft proposal, tentative plan
  • whipping (Edo-period punishment), lashing, flogging

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