Tappenyaki - Fried Rice??

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Dag Klingstedt Dag Klingstedt, Living in Japan

Answered 10 months ago

Teppanyaki = steel plate (teppan) + fry (yaki).. An assortment of different dishes, which include beef, shrimp, squid, octopus, okonomiyaki (a kind of filled pancake) and, yes, fried rice..
Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

Answered 9 months ago

We have 2 kind of teppanyaki in Japan. 1. Famous teppanyaki in the world: chef cooks in fr of customer. In this case we eat meat, vegetables, fried rice (like a chahan style as  Dag mentioned
2. Traditional teppanyaki in Japan:   Okonomiyaki and Monjayaki. Okonomiyaki is pancakes w.meat, seafood and vegetables. Monja is also pancakes but more liquid w.meat, seafood and vegetables. I think Okonomiyaki is coming from Kansai/hiroshima and monja is from kanto. 
In those restaurants, no fried rice. Some offer yaki onigiri!
ks ks, Living in Japan

Answered 10 months ago

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Teppanyaki is Japanese cuisine of cooking and eating meat and vegetables etc on a hot iron plate. Fried rice is Chinese food.
Dag Klingstedt

Commented 10 months ago

Fried rice is originally Chinese food, but you might say it has been very well integrated into the Japanese kitchen, just like ramen.

Dag Klingstedt

Commented 9 months ago

Fried rice in Japanese is chaa-han - 炒飯, literally "fried rice".