[実＋] Eh? Do Japanese eat raw egg on rice and eat?
For rice, rice is a staple food, it can be said to be an indispensable food in daily diet. Rice is widely eaten in China, but since rice noodles and dumplings are sometimes staplefed, rice may not be as absolute as the table in the table. Today's headquarters in China media recently emphasized that rice is an indispensable food in the diet of Japanese and Chinese people, while Japan has many ways to eat rice, which is not found in China, He says that there are ways to eat strange people. In the article, as an example of Japan's "how to eat strange rice" that can not be seen in China, first mention "Egg kettle rice", from the Chinese people to eat chicken eggs raw is "incredible to believe" It is emphasized. However, in Japan, I informed them that raw eggs were put on hot rice, and sauce was added and stirred to eat citizenship as a delicious way of eating. In China, raw eggs are not eaten generally, and when you eat raw eggs, it is awareness in China that "you will break your stomach". Therefore, most people say that they have never had eggs in China, and many people say that even if raw eggs are served at the accommodation destination when visiting Japan it is "creepy and can not be eaten". In addition, the article introduces that for Chinese people 'Ochazuke' also appears in a strange way of eating. Tea has been transmitted from China to Japan, and tea is widely popular in China beyond Japan, but it certainly feels strange because there is no custom to eat tea with rice. It is not the difference over rice, but in China there are many sweet tea in PET bottles with sugar in it. Even the same food and drinks that exist in both Japan and China are interesting because there are various differences in both countries. http://news.searchina.net/id/1654436?page=1