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  • - Welcome to Ginza!

  • After 20 years of living in Japan,

  • I've learned to have an amazing appreciation

  • for the food. It's incredible!

  • There is "sushi" —Japan's most well-known dish.

  • "Kaisendon" mixes it all up,

  • fresh seafood on a bed of rice.

  • "Okonomiyaki" —Japanese pancake with a savory sauce.

  • "Ramen" —taking a bowl of noodles to another level!

  • Some foods are made really fast, like this mochi.

  • Or in large batches, like takoyaki.

  • ...just let them cool down a bit first...

  • "Kaiseki-ryōri" at a ryokan is Japanese cuisine at its finest.

  • It's as much art as it is food.

  • Some dishes are just plain weird!

  • Like these "tako tamago".

  • ...egghead octopi.

  • But Japan being Japan,

  • they found a way to make

  • international foods their own.

  • And that includes the sandwich.

  • Japanized to local tastes.

  • Sandwiches in Japan are some of the most colorful

  • and random foods in the country.

  • There are no rules other than food between two pieces of bread.

  • An infinite number to choose from.

  • And the place to go if you want to see

  • all of the sandwiches Japan has to offer...

  • is a train station.

  • Before boarding a train, travellers often grab a bento or boxed lunch.

  • But, sandwiches also have a place on the shelf in bento shops.

  • Gourmet sandwiches and designer boxes come with higher price tags

  • And, sometimes, a higher level of taste.

  • Cheaper sandwiches come in cellophane wrap,

  • but that doesn't make them inferior.

  • Often, it means that the ingredients and combinations

  • get crazier since you could see the contents inside.

  • The visual is just as important as the taste.

  • Lunch packs are some of the cheapest sandwiches around.

  • The variety will amaze you, and it's fun to try.

  • - Japanese food is perfection, and the sandwiches are exquisite.

  • Crust cut off, sliced finger-sized

  • Melted cheese? Yes, please.

  • For sophisticated tastes, fruits with cream, shall we?

  • Here, a mixed sandwich box.

  • "Hirekatsu" and "ebikatsu" — with napkin wet, of course.

  • Breaded shrimp fried cutlet with a delicious sauce.

  • The sandwich just melts together with the bread

  • Such decadence.

  • The "hire" pork cutlet has left the plate

  • and made its way to the most inviting bed of bread.

  • The golden outer layer brushed with a tangy sauce.

  • This cheese "katsu sando" — is unique

  • Inside this luxury boxis a sandwich cut in half.

  • The layers of pork surrounding cheese

  • The colors, simply divine.

  • The flavorsdancing a tangle in your mouth

  • with every bite.

  • Ahh yes, the "fruit sando"

  • Red, orange and green, on white bread.

  • Triangular in shape, opened with a red ribbon cutting.

  • Inside is a delicate sandwich

  • Sweet aromas of country fruit stands on a sunny day.

  • The fruit is surrounded by fresh cream,

  • great as either a light meal,

  • or a dessert.

  • An egg in dashi soup grilled sandwich

  • is moist, and voluminous.

  • Between the egg and bread, is a shiso leaf.

  • Adding yet another dimension.

  • This egg sandwich is wrapped like a present.

  • In many ways, it is, for the palette.

  • Break the seal.

  • Inside, a six of your new found friends.

  • Six finger-sized egg sandwiches, you can either share...

  • or keep for your selfish self.

  • Your devilish hunger will appreciate the soft bread

  • and that oh-so-slight-resistance of the egg between.

  • Yet another "hirekatsu sando", from a well-known maker.

  • It's packaged like the luxury food it is.

  • Unwrapped, it reveals a well-balanced "katsu sando".

  • Presented to us by the same maker,

  • is this hamburg sandwich.

  • Wrapped in a similar fashion to its cousin,

  • this burger has been breaded and fried.

  • Served cold, it is not your typical hamburger.

  • But indeed, a sandwich.

  • Bite-sized pieces, just enough meat for full flavor

  • with the square bread.

  • An outcast we can hardly call a sandwich.

  • It resembles an "onigiri", but it may even be called a sandwich.

  • A having a delicious tomato sauce, egg and hamburg

  • between the rice and seaweed layers

  • Normal bread may even be as jealous as the taste is memorable.

  • A lovely vegetable croquette,

  • meets two layers of white bread to make the croquette sandwich.

  • Chunks of vegetables with potatoes

  • breaded and deep-fried with sauce.

  • Inside is a layer of shredded cabbage and more sauce!

  • Bring it to your lips for an enchanting bite.

  • The amazing Japanese sandwich

  • deserves the VIP treatment.

  • Premium, platinum, diamond level taste in every bite.

  • Itadakimasu.

  • - 8pm on a weeknight in Central Tokyo

  • Ginza, it's a classy neighbourhood.

  • And that means it has classy sandwiches.

  • My favourite sandwich is served in a fancy restaurant,

  • Madame Shrimp Grace.

  • Among their gourmet shrimp menu entrées,

  • is the ebikatsu sandwich.

  • The shrimp fried cutlet is soft and tender on the inside

  • Crispy and rich on the outside.

  • A delicate mustard sauce bridging it

  • with the freshly baked bread.

  • It's still slightly warm,

  • the perfect restaurant-made sandwich temperature from the kitchen.

  • I was going to eat it at the bar,

  • with the view of the city below,

  • but this is a sandwich best shared with a friend.

  • Jennifer was waiting at the vending machine corner inrakuchō

  • and I had a surprise for her.

  • The chef had wrapped the sandwich to go

  • The perfect sandwich will always travel well,

  • gourmet or otherwise.

  • It lies perfectly in a plastic homemade specifically for its transit.

  • Also fits perfectly in the hand.

  • Let's hear what Jennifer has to say.

  • - Food is all about balance,

  • and this sandwich, why is it so good?

  • It's because so well-balanced

  • like, the ingredients also are so refined

  • so this shrimp is cooked perfectly

  • so it's so soft and delicate in the mouth

  • And the balance with bread and, you know?

  • The fried part around, it's just perfect.

  • I think this is why it feels so good and so tasty

  • Tasty, but very elegant taste.

  • - What makes this sandwich my favourite

  • of all of the other Japanese sandwiches

  • that it's just so delicate, the way that the shrimp

  • is- is kind of all cut up

  • and minced together and then deep-fried

  • All those- all those textures sort of combined

  • The outside is crunchy, the inside is so soft

  • And then there's the bread, if the bread is good

  • it kind of brings it all together

  • And, sandwiches isn't something that I think of being a premium food

  • It can't compete with the steak but,

  • it tastes as good as this!

  • It might!

  • - A sandwich in Japan can be anything you want it to be

  • Not limited to lunch or a fast snack, it's a meal!

  • Like all others where creativity has no limits

  • The only rule being that you have to hold it in your hands to eat it.

  • In Kyoto, there's the Kuro wagyu millefeuille "katsu sando".

  • It's got layers of wagyu beef.

  • Sauce and cabbage on baked bread.

  • And at Shinsaka station, I found this.

  • The wagyu cutlet sandwich made from Matsusaka beef.

  • Real premium stuff.

  • The crispy fried edges of the sandwich and the softness of the bread

  • is an ideal texture in the mouth.

  • The last taste is the main ingredient, that wagyu in the middle.

  • Delicious.

  • We're back where we first started this Japanese sandwich adventure.

  • Kimuraya is where bread broke in the Japanese diets

  • in the mid-1800s, and still makes amazing baked goods today

  • in the richest part of town.

  • They also make a mean "ebikatsu" shrimp fried sandwich.

  • When you feel it's time to put the sushi and ramen away,

  • pull out a sandwich and enjoy your food that you know well...

  • ...with a Japanese twist.

  • Next time, we'll head to an izakaya that uses a blowtorch,

  • or should I say a flamethrower, to cook the food.

  • The place is really fun, and the food?

  • Tune in next time to find out.

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  • またね… (mata-ne)

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日本三文治,比壽司和拉麵好吃? ★只在日本 (Japanese Sandwiches, better than Sushi or Ramen? ★ ONLY in JAPAN)

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    ayami 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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