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arriage and single Asian men who are looking for love relatioArticle  Japanese japanese artCuisine And Culture Right In The Heart Of Singapore   Author : Ethan Ong Submitted : 2009-10-07 17:34:45    Word Count : 523    Popularity:   29 Tags:   Japanese cuisine, Japanese rice, Japanese restaurants, Japanese food   Author RSS Feed I have always been impressed with Japanese cuisine and culture. This article will discuss on its aspects and why Singaporeans find it so familiar, so japanese artmuch so that aspects of their culture seem to resonate with us. Firstly, they are rice eaters, just like us. In Singapore the staple diet of all the major cultures is rice. It is the centre of our dining experience and side dishes are just used to japanese artcomplement the rice and make it more delicious. Japanese rice is short grain and usually sticky.   They normally do not do anything to the rice because they perceived that it was important for the diner to experience the taste of the rice. japanese artA typical Japanese meal would consist of rice, miso soup and some side complementing dishes to complete the fair. They are also not heavy on seasoning and salt, because the Japanese believe that they take away the authentic taste of the food. As you can see, Japanese culture and cuisine interplay one another, and the japanese artwhole concept behind it is simplicity and purity. They believe that too much seasoning, too much condiments and spices and cooking, came in the way of onefs ability to truly enjoy the natural taste of the food. This is why they usually enjoyed their food raw and with minimal cooking. However, their simplicity did not prevent them from using soya sauce, which plays a very important role in the Japanese kitchen.   Usually, the clearer type of soya cause is used to enhance the flavour and used as a seasoning to improve the dining experience. The Japanese also use soup stock with either seaweed or dried bonito. If you are looking for a traditional approach to eating Japanese food, then look out for restaurants that have the eKaisekif eating experience, with is a formal way to present Japanese cuisine. It is slightly different that the Chinese style in the fact that the sequence of the services are decided by the cooking methods.   In Japan, these sort of restaurants are accompanied by music and performances by traditional Geisha or Japanese dancers. I doubt you can find the same thing in Singapore, but there are many Japanese restaurants in this country that offer a slightly tweaked version of this eating experience, adding customisability to the food and making it less formal. If you need to know what foods to try, just as the house chef or cook – Japanese cooks are usually extremely friendly and will recommend easy to eat foods for first timers. In addition to the t?te ? t?te with cook, what is good for answer is the proximity sandwiched between where food is made and where it is eaten. The less the time amid food preparation and eating, the better is the taste.   Once you find your favourite dishes you can try them in other restaurants and you will know whether they are of good quality or not. This will be your introduction to Japanese cuisine and culture – Koi fish are specially bred in Japan for their color. A prize example can be valued in the $100,000 range. Koi are a type of carp and have been cultivated and japanese artbred in Japan for possibly thousands of years.  If you have been to Japan you will notice they are a common feature in most traditional Japanese gardens. They most likely originated from Eastern Asia, Aral, Black and Caspian Seas. Earliest records of Koi have been found in China and have been widely spread in Japan.  For the Japanese koi fish represent strength and power because they are often able to lift their entire body up and jump out of the water. Koi fish tattoos are japanese artbeautiful and wildly popular right now. Koi fish tattoos of course have a long history and go all the way back to ancient Japanese times and it is a definite Japanese or Asian tattoo theme. Therefore the tattoos that represent koi fish often show them splashing in the water and water flying everywhere which shows of their japanese artstrength. Plus as an added bonus they are an absolute beautiful fish and the colors of them lend themselves to a tattoos.  The beautiful bright oranges mixed witht he blues of water make for an ideal tattoo plus since they are traditionally a Japanese tattoo they lend a sort of forgien mystery to their air.  Koi Fish tattoos are now very popular among men and women. Typically men get them on their shoulders or calf and women like to get them as a lower back tattoo.There are a few out there that also get them as full back tattoos with more of a tradition Asian design.  japanese artThe color scheme of the Koi fish tattoo is very important element. A common color scheme would be the Yen Yang design of black and white. Most of the cases, the color scheme work the best if integrate with your shin color. For instant, if you have a dark or olive skin color it may be more suitable to choose a bright hue so the Koi fish tattoo to make it more visible.  The natural colors of white, red, black, yellow or gold or perhaps a mixture of those colors would be applicable if you really want the test of more traditional style.Always remember that Koi Fish tatto o needs a place of honor on your body. Men generally get them on their shoulders or calf and women like to get them as a lower back tattoo. Additions- Along with the koi fish tattoo you can always put some water in the background that splashes around the fish. Also Cherry blossom flower are very traditional and go well with a Japanese themed tattoo. Coshttp://whitestone.hk/