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Diet in Japan

Chicken Shack Japanese Restaurant Shidonna Raven Garden and Cook

E. Welch

Mrs. Welch shares her experience with food (diet) from Japan: The pictures are from a place called Chicken Shack, an old Japanese House located in the hills converted into a restaurant. When one arrives, they sit on the floor atop of Japanese pillow at a traditional Japanese dinner table. The food was fantastic. I had the infamous chicken and gyoza (dumplings). James (husband) had a rice ball. Waterfalls run throughout and around the restaurant.

The food was very good. Definitely healthier. Their diet consist of lean meats, veggies and rice. Everything is fresh especially the veggies. They tend to frown on frozen food. They eat small portions. The rice ball is considered a full meal. Typically, they eat a rice ball, like that, a cup (4oz.) of soup. That is it! No more drinks, alcohol or tea?

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