Different kinds/types of Japanese food
Japanese cuisine is renowned for fish which comes with essential oil for different body functions. The traditional Japanese diets are fresh and are cooked in that state, maintaining the ingredients' nutritional value.
If you haven't tasted any Japanese meals, you miss very specific nutrients that come with specific benefits on the body. The careful use of spices with specific macro and micronutrients explains why we have a low mortality rate among the Japanese. The herbs and spices have a high amount of nutrients. The more you consume them in variety and quality, the better your health status.
Delicious and tasty
The presentation, the mode of cooking, and the spices' color component tell it all even before you have a taste of the meals. You don't use spices since they are available. Every meal has specific spices that maintain the taste. Therefore, if you are a picky eater, try Japanese cuisine; you will never choose what to eat; instead, you will yearn for more.
It keeps diseases at bay
The spices and herbs have medicinal value. Some of the chronic diseases are well managed using the cooking method and the natural food additives they use. Lifestyle diseases are uncommon in this part of the continent or the people who love their foods. They are known to boost the immune system, which makes the body fight diseases on its own without conventional medicine, which impacts the body organs.
Promote emotional health
Japanese know when to eat what and at what time depending on the mood of the day. When one has a rough day, they know the specific meal to eat to promote emotional health and stimulate feel-good hormones.