By RYU GONZÁLEZ and RYAN SANGKONGJI,NEWS24 staffIn the US, the foodie world is divided over what to eat and what not to eat.
In Japan, food lovers tend to favor a lot of homegrown ingredients and local ingredients, especially Japanese meat, and Japanese cooking techniques.
The two nations share a long history of mutual friendship, and are also famous for their cuisine.
But how much do they share in common?
We’ve been researching Japanese food and how it can help you become more international.
In the last decade, Japan has taken a huge leap forward in the food world.
It has become the world leader in making the most popular imported food items available on supermarket shelves.
In fact, the number of imported foods has increased by 100 million yen ($1.2 billion) over the last two years, according to the Japan Food Industry Association.
It is estimated that Japan consumes about 1,500 tons of food a year.
The country is home to over a billion people and exports almost 10 percent of its gross domestic product to the rest of the world.
The country’s total food imports are about 8 billion yen a year, according the association.
The main difference between Japanese and American food is the way they’re prepared.
In Japan, the majority of food is prepared by traditional, traditional Japanese cooking methods.
Traditional Japanese cooking is based on Japanese cooking ingredients such as pork, fish, chicken, and fish products.
But in the US there are some differences between the two countries.
Americans tend to be more picky about what they buy.
Some of the best sushi restaurants in the country are owned by Americans.
And sushi is often served in Chinese restaurants.
While Japanese chefs are skilled at preparing dishes, American chefs tend to just cook what they see on the menu.
Japanese food is also more international than American food, and so there is a growing international appetite for Japanese foods.
Japan is one of the fastest growing countries in the world and in 2020, its population grew by 6.3 million people.
It also has more foreign students than any other nation.
In 2020, there were over 40,000 Japanese students studying in the United States.