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Help Adjectives for food in Japanese

ziwaii

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Hi! I need to design a noren for a takoyaki stand, a long one and a small one.
The instruction that was given is that I have to put an adjective/expression/words per noren (*maximum of two japanese characters) anything related to food/takoyaki. I already got two which I got from another site:
好味 = good taste
旨い = tasty
Please tell me if the usage is correct. I need at least 3 more words.
*My boss wants only two japanese characters.. if that's possible.
 

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The most common one for "tasty/good taste" is 美味. 絶品 "superb" or 極上 "best/highest quality" also work fine for foods. These words really often used for stands, restaurants or like that.
好味 is indeed in dictionaries, but it sounds more likely Chinese, by the way.
 

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The most common one for "tasty/good taste" is 美味. 絶品 "superb" or 極上 "best/highest quality" also work fine for foods. These words really often used for stands, restaurants or like that.
好味 is indeed in dictionaries, but it sounds more likely Chinese, by the way.
Alright, thanks a lot! Will use 美味 instead of 好味.
 
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