Synagogue - sea eel
Chirashi sushi is a variety of sushi that is served in deep bowls in the form of rice mixed with vegetable and fish ingredients.
Choya - sweet plum wine
Dashi - seaweed broth used in the preparation of soups
Ebi - Shrimp
Gari - Ginger marinated
Gohan- boiled rice
Gunkanmaki - nigiri variety, a type of ’boat'; made of rice, usually wrapped in nori, filled with a variety of stuffing
Hamachi - seriola
Hashi - chopsticks
Hotate - mussel
Ibodai - butterfish
Ika - squid
Itadakimasu - Enjoy your meal.
Kampai - Cheers
Kani - crab meat
Karei - halibut
Konnichiwa - good morning
Madei - Lucjan
Magura - tuna
Sushi poppies - are in the form of rolls with different fillings, which are wrapped in nori seaweed.
Meshi - rice for sushi
Miso - soybean paste
Nigiri sushi is the most popular way of serving sushi. It is associated with the original form of sushi because of its simplicity. Nigiri is a ball of rice layered with a slice of fresh or roasted fish or other seafood.
Nori, Kombu, Wakame - algae rich in fibre, vitamins and minerals.
Uh-huh. Green tea.
Saba - mackerel
Sakana - fish
Sake - Japanese alcohol, a beverage made from rice with 14-18% alcohol content.
Sashimi - thin strips of top quality raw fish
Shoyu- soy sauce, spice, salt replacement
Somena - buckwheat pasta
Sushi - a Japanese dish prepared from rice and various seafood, fish, vegetables, mushrooms and eggs. Rice to this dish is sprinkled with rice vinegar invariably.
Tako - octopus
Temaki sushi - cones made of nori seaweed lined with rice and fish and vegetable stuffing. They resemble flowers in appearance due to their shape and rich colouring.
Tempura - pieces of fish, seafood, mushroom vegetables dipped in a special dough, briefly fried in deep oil
Tofu - cottage cheese made from soya milk
Tsukemono - pickled preserves
Unags - freshwater eel
Undenatured wheat noodles
Uramaki - the more common name is california poppy. Uramaki are rolls rolled in reverse, i. e. with rice outside (jap. Ura - in reverse, poppies roll).
Wasabi - Japanese horseradish