Tappenyaki - Fried Rice??

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Dag Klingstedt Dag Klingstedt, Living in Japan

Answered about 1 year 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 about 1 year 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 about 1 year ago

Read Original The Answer has been automatically translated, information may not be accurate.
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 about 1 year 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 about 1 year ago

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

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