Okay, you can walk into your favorite sushi bar and order the tuna roll in Japanese; that's a good start. But there's more to life than teriyaki, tempura,
With descriptions of grilled chicken skewers (yakitori),
hearty plates of pork cutlets (tonkatsu),
, and steaming rice bowls topped with grilled eel (unagi donburi),
Robb Satterwhite lets you in on a world of Japanese cuisine that's little known east of Tokyo, but well worth learning.
"This extremely helpful guide ... offers a comprehensive approach to the language of Japanese dining." -- Washington Post
"Wonderfully handy ... Plenty of pictures, how-to's, food vocabulary, and much more." -- WCBS Radio, New York