KOBE prepares food in two different methods: Teppanyaki and Sushi
In Japanese, teppan means an iron plate and yaki means stir-fried food. Teppanyaki is stir-fried meat and vegetables cooked and eaten off a large, table-top grill. It is a mouth-watering form of cuisine which continues to increase in popularity as adaptations are made to suit local taste preferences.
Sushi originated as a way of preserving funa, a type of fish. Sushi is the marriage of vinegar rice to other ingredients. Many different combinations of sushi and ways of serving sushi have evolved throughout the years. Sushi is now one of Japan's most popular foods and is increasingly popular all over the world.
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