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    Bread is one of my favorite foods, and I know different cultures have different types of it. And usually when I end up trying different types of bread, I end up liking it a lot!

    Is there any type of special bread in Japan, or something breadlike (i.e. dumplings) that tastes delicious?

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    most common "special" bread i can think of is the yakisoba bread

    fried noodles in sauce served in bread

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    Bread is not what you might call a staple food of Japanese cuisine, but they do have some tasty varieties nonetheless. A few that spring to mind are:


    • Japanese raisin bread
    • Yakisoba bread
    • An Pan (I think that's what it's called)
    • Hokkaido Mild Bread


    Typical ingredients used in Japanese style white breads are:


    • bread flour
    • milk powder
    • caster sugar
    • salt
    • instant dry yeast
    • lukewarm water
    • butter


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    not forgetting also Melon-pan
    which got very famous after the Shakugan no Shana series was screened

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    Bread is a huge part of my diet so I don't know how I would go with Japanese cuisine. I just googled Yakisoba bread and those noodles look really yummy.

    Would Hokkaido milk bread be the closest thing to the bread we have here?


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    Rocky7,
    Bread is everywhere in Japan. You would have no problem satisfying your need for bread.
    I read somewhere that Japanese families are eating more bread than rice these days.
    Loaf bread in the supermarkets are kinda square, and you usually only get a handful of slices per pack, unlike the long loaves sold in the U.S.


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    i love bread too!!!!


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    melonpan looks delicious, I will have to find some place nearby that sells it and try it out! I really like sweet bread, so I think I will like melon-pan.


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    I've actually had Japanese raisin bread it was quite good. However, we have something really similar here, in Estonia, as well, so I wasn't too impressed by it.


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    We have raisin bread in the Us, but usually it is unhealthy and made with white sugar and white flour. Is the raisin bread in Japan healthy?


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    I have tried Japanese milk bread and I love it. It is so soft and sweet.

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    I'll have to try that out as too...well just a bite since I'm allergic to dairy...bit all of these breads sound delicious and talking about it is making me hungry!


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    We also have Bread in the Philippines HEHEH


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    Not all raisin bread in the Us is unhealthy - I go for the whole wheat kind. I have a dog (dogs can't have raisins), so I was pleased that apple cinnamon bread is starting to be sold here. There's not as much sugar in it as you'd think!


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    Yeah, I know the whole wheat raisin bread isn't all that bad. But I think the one In Japan would probably be tastier than the whole wheat raisin bread here in the US.


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