Japanese people eats their dinner at night with chopsticks or spoon and fork as if like normal people do! Clear?
rice and soy sauce?
Scottish people eat a wide variety of foods for their dinner. Traditional offerings include haggis, mashed turnips, and Angus roast.
Japanese people in general can eat anything. its normally your religion which forbids you from eating something, not your ethnicity
they eat what eva you want to
Japanese foods of course! (but I do not know what kind of Japanese food)
They eat pig
they mostly eat rice balls and sengui
KFC NO JOKE ABOUT THAT they eat this certain type of cake
yes they do. Of the 95% of Japanese that eat three meals a day, most people consider dinner to be the most important. More than 80% of them usually have dinner at home with their families.
The Japanese often use chopsticks to eat, though forks and knives are often used to eat Western foods.
Meatloaf, roast, chicken, mashed potatoes, corn, bread
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.
People eat dinner because they are hungry or are used to eating it.
They either eat as dinner or lunch rarely as breakfast.
In the 21st century, virtually the same foods as people in the US do; fast foods and pizza, etc.
All the foods you eat, but mainly rice.
non cookable foods
anata wa itadakimasu
yes they do
Various foods are eaten for Christmas in Japan. There is a curious tradition in which Japanese people eat KFC on Christmas.
Minado offers an all one can eat Japanese buffet for lunch and dinner daily. Minado offers a wide selection of sushi, as well as hot and cold Japanese/Asia foods.
French people eat a variety of foods. They eat fruits, vegetables, meats, and dessert. Breakfast is often a pastry, or cereal. Lunch and dinner are longer meals with many options.