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Food Fucha Ryōri 普茶料理

Fucha Ryōri (普茶料理) is vegetarian cuisine imported to Japan from China in the early Edo period. It is characterized by a rich taste that uses a lot of kudzu (葛, Pueraria montana var. lobata or East Asian arrowroot) and vegetable oil. Each person shares the food on a large plate around the table. Sesame tofu is a typical Fucha dish.




Kanji: 普茶料理
Kana: ふちゃりょうり
Romaji: fucharyōri

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