The Chinese civilization is one of the oldest in the world. This brought a wide range of ideas, techniques of production, and materials imported from the Chinese mainland into the Jomon society.
Two Countries, One Continent By Luke Niederhelman Mrs.
Main English 101 March 5, 2015 Niederhelman 1 China and Japan are two countries in Southeast Asia that share numerous similarities other than their geography.
Firstly, marriage, having some comparable links between the two, is dealt with quite differently.
An The make-up of a family is another element that is notably different.
Asian food may seem hard to distinguish because they share similar ingredients, cooking methods, and ideas about food. Both cuisines are represented by using an abundance of fresh ingredients.
The customs and types of food consumed vary according to region.Japanese cuisine is influenced by their coastlines and use more seafood for their dishes.For example, in a standard Japanese kitchen you will find Tuna, Yellowtail and Salmon.Between the fights and altercations of China and Japan, Japan has increased their relations with the United States since the end of WWII.With Japan listed as the thirdranking industrialized nation, China's perception of them has changed to a possible resurgent threat.Japanese dishes also tend to showcase more subtle flavors than Chinese food to promote a calm and collected environment.In Chinese and Japanese traditions, certain spices and dishes develop a specific mood or emotion.Meanwhile, Japan’s history led the civilization down a much different path. Shortly after, Japan started to adopt Western views on today's culture and rebuild their society.Western beliefs continue to impinge the mannerisms of China and Japan to this day.Also some common household items are Rice Vinegar, Mirin and Saké.All of these ingredients can be found in the Sushi, which became Japan’s most renowned dish.