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  • Do they have Doner Kebab in Japan?




    I'm wondering because it's so unhealthy and filled with fat japanese would probably choke lol.

  • #2
    Yes.
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    • #3
      Indeed.

      http://www.englishfriendlyjapan.com/...bab-osu-nagoya

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Genkii View Post
        I'm wondering because it's so unhealthy and filled with fat japanese would probably choke lol.
        Meat in Japan is fattier than anything I've ever seen in the west coast of the USA. I suppose that you could get something fattier if you went to New Orleans and got a deep-fried hamburger.

        This is about 75% fat:

        http://www.nanbantei.com.sg/enlarge/garlic-pork.jpg

        Oh wait! This is pretty much a deep-fried burger on a smaller scale:

        http://blogimg.goo.ne.jp/user_image/...17b5555540.jpg

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        • #5


          http://tokyobelly.blogspot.jp/2010/0...-to-azabu.html
          Shop: Doner Kebab
          Location: ROPPONGI (Between Roppongi Crossing and Roppongi Hills... right next to Azabu Police Dept).
          Address J: s`Z{6-2-35
          Address E: Tokyo, Minato-ku, Roppongi 6-2-35
          Foodie Website: http://r.tabelog.com/tokyo/A1307/A130701/13112305/
          Review: http://www.timeout.jp/en/tokyo/feature/2372

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Deathblob View Post
            Meat in Japan is fattier than anything I've ever seen in the west coast of the USA. I suppose that you could get something fattier if you went to New Orleans and got a deep-fried hamburger.

            And thank the Gods for that!
            Americans have lost their minds in the last 30 years regarding what good "marbling" is.
            All this nonsense about lean red meat and what not.
            We have forgotten that steaks are best with fat rivers running through them!

            The thing is, we're not supposed to eat steak everyday.
            Or even every other day.
            Or even once a week.
            Well..perhaps I'm going too far..

            But when we do eat steak, Jebus H. Cheestoast there's nothing like a Japanese cut of fine fat-laced beef.
            and don't even get me started on the Bacon here..

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            • #7
              That looks pretty awful. Cabbage kebab huh?

              There was a place called Kyoto Cafe selling pretty damn good kebabs, but it went under a while back. Heard some rumors about a reopening, but haven't really investigated. Was worth a little leg work too.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Genkii View Post
                it's so unhealthy and filled with fat japanese would probably choke lol.
                Whattya mean? The Japanese love fat. The most coveted meat here is marbled with fat and some of the most common dishes are deep fried: tonkatsu and tempura. Lean meat isn't so popular for yakitori, etc. Traditional Japanese cooking also doesn't have a lot of raw or fresh vegetables, either, as that kebab seems to have.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by YokohamaTommy View Post
                  and don't even get me started on the Bacon here..
                  Say it ain't so, Tommy!

                  Gawd, my happiest moment on this island of misery for the past 10 years or so was the American-style, crispy, stay-straight-in-your-hand variety of bacon that I succulently enjoyed at a pricey Tokyo Disneyland resort hotel's breakfast buffet....

                  I didn't miss any of the morning rides, attractions or shows as I chowed down... until they kicked me out!

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                  • #10
                    There's doner kebab all over Tokyo and it's really pretty good even though they use beef instead of lamb and generally use cabbage instead of lettuce...
                    Still, does the job.
                    Man, now I want one...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Call_It_Like_Eye_See_It View Post
                      Say it ain't so, Tommy!

                      Gawd, my happiest moment on this island of misery for the past 10 years or so was the American-style, crispy, stay-straight-in-your-hand variety of bacon that I succulently enjoyed at a pricey Tokyo Disneyland resort hotel's breakfast buffet....
                      What hotel was that! I would love some American bacon, and I'm staying at Disneyland next month...

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Effected After View Post
                        What hotel was that! I would love some American bacon, and I'm staying at Disneyland next month...
                        I've found American bacon in the supermarket here. It's cured, not just the bacon "cut." Comes in a little slab for about Y1000, and you have to slice it yourself.

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                        • #13
                          Yeah, I've bought that a number of times. It's pretty good, I like it.

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