Do the Japanese eat Chinese food?
Japanese people probably do eat Chinese food. Chinese and
Japanese foods have similarities that suggest that they developed
some foods together. Both cultures have access to the other's food,
but would consider it international.
Asked in Japan in WW2, China in WW2
Do Japanese people like Chinese food?
In some cases yes but most of them dont since eatting sea food keeps the japanese fit and healthy. Chinese food is different fome japanese food. Chinese food taste great but its not really for a healthy life style unlike the japanese,they eat things which is good for you most of the time. I would know cuz im chinese and japanese.
Asked in Chinese Food, Stir-frying Foods
Why did the Chinese Stir fry their food and cut it in to small pieces?
Asked in Chinese Food
How does Japanese cooking differ from Chinese cooking?
Does Japanese food have anything to do with their culture?
Asked in International Cuisine
Do Americans like Japanese food better or Chinese food better?
This is a question of personal preference and there is no clear information on which one Americans prefer overall. Chinese food is consumed at a much higher rate than Japanese food in the United States, but it is likely that this comes from the fact that Chinese food is much less expensive than Japanese food and, therefore, much easier for people to afford to eat than any question of flavor preference.