Traditional Japanese cuisine was added to UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list in 2013. We call it Washoku. Some of our famous Washoku are Sushi, Tempura, and Donburi. Sushi is not always cooked as a home food, but we can eat it in many Washoku restaurants especially Sushi restaurants. I introduce Japanese foods from rice in the picture in a clockwise order. Second is Miso soup which is the soup based on fermented soybean paste. Third is Natto which is fermented soybeans. Fourth is beaf and vermicelli simmered with soy sauce. Fifth is pumpkin simmered with soup stock.