Robatayaki, typical Japanese traditional food

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Robata is known for glued and grilled food

The Robatayaki cooking style is well known in Japan. Usually a stick contains pieces of seafood and vegetables.

In Japanese, robatayaki or robata is a cooking method similar to grilling. Diced food ingredients are placed on a stick and grilled over hot charcoal.

This type of serving of food is common in Japanese restaurants

Visitors sit in front of the fireplace and can watch the food making process. However, this type of cooking can also be done at home.

Robata has been served by fishermen in northern Japan, Hokkaido, for centuries. Usually they have a public fireplace placed in the boat’s cooking area. To prevent the ship from heating up, the robots were wrapped in wooden boxes.

Until this style of cooking finally became popular all over Japan. It has been proven that in 1965 more than 10,000 restaurants in Japan …