Japanese food is packed with protein, fats, carbs and antioxidants and is said to help to improve heart health.
But what is it and how does it make you feel?
This BBC Sport quiz will reveal how nutritionally rich Japanese food can make you happy.
1 / 4 Japan is famous for its high protein levels and low fat levels, but this is not the case with many other countries.
Japanese food has a high protein level, but it is not a high fat source.
The main source of fat in Japanese food are fish, chicken and pork, but a lot of the rest comes from meat and fish.
Japanese rice is also high in fat, but there is a lot less fat than the US.
So the answer is you can enjoy a lot more of Japanese food with more fibre and fibre-rich foods.
This is the main reason why Japanese people love their rice so much.
You may be surprised to find out there is another food that is similar to Japanese rice.
It is called katsuobushi, which means Japanese meat noodle.
If you eat katsuo-bushi you can get a protein-rich snack without any of the junk foods.
The Japanese also have a specialised diet called kojiki-boshi which is rich in fish, vegetables and whole grains.
This means that katsuobeis rich in fat and fibre.
There is also a rich diet of fermented cabbage and it is said that kojikis healthy fats, antioxidants and protein boost the body.
This can help you feel full more easily and is the perfect combination to have for a healthier and more satisfying meal.
You can also enjoy a meal with a salad, rice and a salad-flavoured broth.
This recipe has been specially prepared for you and has a variety of flavours and textures.
2 / 4 You may wonder why I say you can have a nutritious meal with an salad and broth, but you can’t with the katsuobi.
The katsuoba is a Japanese snack made from rice and vegetables.
It has a similar flavour to katsuOBushi, but with a different amount of fat and protein.
This has been a Japanese favourite for a long time and it can be found in most Japanese restaurants.
The noodles are also a Japanese food, but in a different way.
It contains more vegetables than other Japanese dishes.
It also has lots of flavour to it.
You are able to enjoy this food in many different ways.
You could serve this with sushi, or with a soup.
You would eat it with steamed or boiled rice, or even with chicken and rice.
The flavour is great, and it tastes like a traditional Japanese soup.
This meal can be eaten with meat, or you can eat it without it. 3 / 4 In Japan, you can go on a special journey to see a famous Japanese garden and explore the kami garden.
This makes a big difference to the health of your body.
You will be able to experience the amazing diversity of plants in Japan, and the Japanese love to eat kami as a snack.
You’ll also be able feel what the Japanese call katsuotoba, which is the Japanese word for ‘the garden’.
4 / 4 Japanese food contains a lot to offer.
You get a lot from all of the different foods, and this is something that you can see for yourself.
The way Japanese eat is very varied.
The amount of vegetables you get can vary quite a lot.
There are also different types of rice and meat.
Some foods are high in protein, but other foods contain more fat.
You also get different flavours from different foods.
You won’t find a whole lot of junk food in the Japanese diet.
However, you will still want to eat the best quality foods you can find.
Japanese Food: Nutritionally Rich Japanese Food How to Make a Nutrific Protein-Rich Snack: How to have a protein rich snack without junk food and lots of fibre.
What you need: 1/ 4 1 can of chickpeas (peas) 1 cup of water 1/2 cup of brown rice 1/4 cup of white rice 1 tablespoon of sesame seeds 2 tablespoons of soy sauce 1 tablespoon rice vinegar 2 tablespoons salt 2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 tablespoons honey 2 teaspoons vegetable oil 1 teaspoon dried mustard 1 teaspoon salt, plus a bit more for garnish and to taste What to prepare: Combine all the ingredients and mix well.
Cook at high heat for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the water starts to boil.
Drain the rice, add it to the rice mixture, stir to combine, and cook for about 2 minutes more.
This will make the rice a bit easier to digest.
Serve with a side of rice or chicken.
4 / 8 4 ounces of salmon (seaweed) 3 ounces of shrimp (seabream) 1 teaspoon of chilli flakes (optional) 3 tablespoons of sakura soy sauce 3 tablespoons rice vinegar 1 tablespoon