Which Sushi Dish Are You?

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  • 1. 

    If you ordered "Nasu" in a Japanese restaurant, what would you get served?

    • A.

      Surf Clam

    • B.

      Eggplant

    • C.

      Mirugai

    • D.

      Pickled Vegetables

    Correct Answer
    B. Eggplant
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Nasu" in a Japanese restaurant, you would get served eggplant. "Nasu" is the Japanese word for eggplant, so it is the correct answer in this context.

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  • 2. 

    If you ordered "Otoro" in a Japanese restaurant, what would you get served?

    • A.

      Sesame Seeds

    • B.

      Blowfish

    • C.

      Fattest Tuna

    • D.

      Sardine

    Correct Answer
    C. Fattest Tuna
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Otoro" in a Japanese restaurant, you would get served the fattest tuna. Otoro is a highly prized and sought-after cut of tuna belly, known for its rich marbling and melt-in-your-mouth texture. It is considered the highest grade of tuna and is often served as sashimi or nigiri.

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  • 3. 

    If you ordered "Kamaboko" in a Japanese restaurant, what would you get served?

    • A.

      Eggplant

    • B.

      Cucumber

    • C.

      Fish Cake

    • D.

      Mackeral

    Correct Answer
    C. Fish Cake
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Kamaboko" in a Japanese restaurant, you would get served a fish cake. Kamaboko is a traditional Japanese food made from pureed fish that is shaped into a loaf or other shapes, then steamed or grilled. It is commonly served as a topping for noodles, in soups, or as a side dish. Therefore, the correct answer is fish cake.

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  • 4. 

    What would you be served in a Japanese restaurant if you ordered "Hikari-mono"?

    • A.

      Octopus

    • B.

      Sea Bream, Porgy, Snapper

    • C.

      Long White Radish

    • D.

      Fish Sliced With The Silver Fish Skin Left On

    Correct Answer
    D. Fish Sliced With The Silver Fish Skin Left On
    Explanation
    "Hikari-mono" refers to fish that is sliced with the silver fish skin left on. In Japanese cuisine, this technique is commonly used to enhance the presentation and texture of the dish. By leaving the skin on, it adds a shiny and visually appealing element to the sliced fish. This dish is often served in Japanese restaurants as part of their seafood offerings.

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  • 5. 

    If you ordered "Neta" in a Japanese restaurant, what would you get served?

    • A.

      Sandfish

    • B.

      Shrimp

    • C.

      Medium Fatty Tuna

    • D.

      Fish Topping In Nigiri Sushi

    Correct Answer
    D. Fish Topping In Nigiri Sushi
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Neta" in a Japanese restaurant, you would get served a fish topping in nigiri sushi. Neta refers to the topping or ingredient that is placed on top of the small mound of rice in nigiri sushi. It is typically a slice of raw or cooked fish, seafood, or other toppings like egg or tofu. Therefore, choosing "Fish Topping In Nigiri Sushi" as the correct answer is appropriate.

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  • 6. 

    What would you be served in a Japanese restaurant if you ordered "Karei"?

    • A.

      Swordfish

    • B.

      Marinated Cod Roe

    • C.

      Flounder

    • D.

      Browned Fish Cake

    Correct Answer
    C. Flounder
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Karei" in a Japanese restaurant, you would be served Flounder. Flounder is a type of flatfish commonly used in Japanese cuisine. It has a delicate and mild flavor, making it a popular choice for various dishes such as sushi, sashimi, and tempura. In Japanese restaurants, Flounder is often prepared in different ways, such as grilled, steamed, or pan-fried, to highlight its natural flavors.

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  • 7. 

    What would you be served in a Japanese restaurant if you ordered "Kohada"?

    • A.

      Gizzard Shad

    • B.

      Pickled Vegetables

    • C.

      Soybeans

    • D.

      Octopus

    Correct Answer
    A. Gizzard Shad
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Kohada" in a Japanese restaurant, you would be served Gizzard Shad. Gizzard Shad is a type of fish commonly used in Japanese cuisine. It is often served as sashimi or sushi and is known for its delicate and flavorful taste.

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  • 8. 

    If you ordered "Kanimiso" in a Japanese restaurant, what would you get served?

    • A.

      Yellowtail Collars

    • B.

      Saltwater Carp

    • C.

      Green Contents Of A Crab's Head

    • D.

      Tuna

    Correct Answer
    C. Green Contents Of A Crab's Head
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Kanimiso" in a Japanese restaurant, you would get served the green contents of a crab's head. Kanimiso refers to the soft, greenish-yellow substance found inside the head of a crab, which is considered a delicacy in Japanese cuisine. It has a rich and creamy texture with a slightly sweet and briny taste. It is often used as a topping or filling in various dishes like sushi, sashimi, or as a flavoring agent in sauces and soups.

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  • 9. 

    If you ordered "Sayori" in a Japanese restaurant, what would you get served?

    • A.

      Fattest Tuna

    • B.

      Halfbeak

    • C.

      Fatty Tuna

    • D.

      Lean Tuna

    Correct Answer
    B. Halfbeak
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Halfbeak" because "Sayori" is the Japanese name for a type of fish known as Halfbeak. It is a popular dish in Japanese cuisine and is often served in sushi or sashimi preparations.

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  • 10. 

    If you ordered "Kazunoko" in a Japanese restaurant, what would you get served?

    • A.

      White Sesame Seeds

    • B.

      Fish Sliced With The Silver Fish Skin Left On

    • C.

      Sushi/Sashimi Fish

    • D.

      Herring Roe

    Correct Answer
    D. Herring Roe
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Kazunoko" in a Japanese restaurant, you would get served Herring Roe. Kazunoko is a traditional Japanese dish made from herring roe, which are the eggs of the herring fish. It is often marinated and served as a delicacy during special occasions such as New Year's celebrations in Japan.

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  • 11. 

    What would you be served in a Japanese restaurant if you ordered "Kanikama"?

    • A.

      Snapper

    • B.

      Eggplant

    • C.

      Imitation Crab

    • D.

      Cod Roe

    Correct Answer
    C. Imitation Crab
    Explanation
    Kanikama is a popular sushi ingredient in Japanese cuisine. It is made from imitation crab meat, which is typically a combination of fish (usually white fish like pollock) and other ingredients such as starch, sugar, and flavorings. The term "kani" means crab in Japanese, and "kama" refers to the leg or claw part. So, if you ordered Kanikama in a Japanese restaurant, you would be served imitation crab meat.

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  • 12. 

    If you ordered "Ohba" in a Japanese restaurant, what would you get served?

    • A.

      Char

    • B.

      Yellowtail

    • C.

      Pickles

    • D.

      Japanese Beefsteak Plant

    Correct Answer
    D. Japanese Beefsteak Plant
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Ohba" in a Japanese restaurant, you would get served Japanese Beefsteak Plant.

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  • 13. 

    If you ordered "Sanma" in a Japanese restaurant, what would you get served?

    • A.

      Pike Conger

    • B.

      Japanese Mackeral

    • C.

      Pickled Japanese Plum

    • D.

      Tuna

    Correct Answer
    B. Japanese Mackeral
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Sanma" in a Japanese restaurant, you would get served Japanese Mackeral. Sanma is a popular fish in Japan, also known as Pacific Saury or Mackerel Pike. It is often grilled and served whole, and is a seasonal delicacy in Japan, typically enjoyed during the autumn months.

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  • 14. 

    What would you be served in a Japanese restaurant if you ordered "Shiso"?

    • A.

      Monterey Squid

    • B.

      Pickles

    • C.

      Japanese Mint

    • D.

      Herring Roe

    Correct Answer
    C. Japanese Mint
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Shiso" in a Japanese restaurant, you would be served Japanese Mint. Shiso is a herb commonly used in Japanese cuisine, known for its refreshing and mint-like flavor. It is often used as a garnish or added to dishes for its aromatic qualities.

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  • 15. 

    If you ordered "Sansho" in a Japanese restaurant, what would you get served?

    • A.

      Japanese Pepper

    • B.

      Grilled Eel Served On Rice

    • C.

      Pike Conger

    • D.

      Sardine

    Correct Answer
    A. Japanese Pepper
    Explanation
    If you ordered "Sansho" in a Japanese restaurant, you would get served Japanese Pepper. Sansho is a type of Japanese pepper that is commonly used in Japanese cuisine. It has a unique citrusy and peppery flavor, and is often used as a seasoning or garnish for various dishes. It adds a distinct and flavorful kick to the food, enhancing the overall taste.

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