Instagram post by @makiwi Makiko Itoh
- 35w ago makiwi
More notes: There is misconception held by many people that Japanese cuisine is “primarily vegetarian” or “mainly fish based”, and that the eating of meat is a “western influence” thing. While certain kinds of meat, especially beef, was not commonly eaten in Japan until the 19th century, not everyone lived near the sea of course, and people who lived inland hunted animals for food to survive. People, mainly farmers and woodcutters and so on who lived near hills and mountains were usually great shots.
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