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The teishoku, or set meal, is a standard part of the Japanese eating experience.  Virtually every Japanese restaurant (except, in most cases, izakayas) will have a selection of teishoku available, and usually they are a good deal.  A teishoku is usually composed of a main item, a bowl of rice, some miso soup, and a bowl of Japanese pickles.  Sometimes these will all be served together on a square platter, and sometimes they will come separately, as courses.  What the main item is depends largely on the establishment serving it – katsu-ya will serve various teishoku featuring tonkatsu and other fried items, unagi-ya will have anago and unagi teishoku, etc.

October 07, 2006 new by lelanddavis (2 points)

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