Japanese cuisine has long been regarded as the most appetizing dish of the year and this year’s Top Chef Japan has been awarded the title of most addictive dish of all time by readers of a popular Japanese blog.
The site’s readers rated each dish, and some even went as far as to rank it in terms of the number of times it was eaten.
The top-ranked dish on the list was a piece of sushi called soho, which has a base of cooked rice with a sweet sauce.
It’s one of many items that the Top Chef team came up with, which are then then combined into a meal to which the top-rated dish has been added.
According to the Top Chefs, the word “soho” means “sweet sauce” and was invented by a Japanese chef.
It was originally a dessert but has become a popular accompaniment to sushi.
Sushi is one of the most popular Japanese food items.
A bowl of soho can sell for up to $300 on the internet.
But it is also quite popular among the public, especially in Japan, where it is commonly eaten as a part of a meal with sake.
A recent study by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations found that sushi consumption among Japan’s elderly is at a record high.
And according to a survey conducted by the Japan Food Association, only one in five people in Japan are prepared to eat sushi at least once a week.