Anago don, a kind of Japanese cusine
This cusine is grilled anago, just like unagi, eel, with rice. The anago is slightly more non-fatty than unagi, eel.
The anago is grilled, steamed and then flavored with a special sauce, made of say sauce, sugar, mirin and the other. We eat it with boiled rice. The fish contains many kinds of vitamin and good for health.
We can also eat it with soup flavored with dashi taste and the mixture between rice and soup is called Ochazuke. It is spiced up with a little wasabi, sesami, chopped raw Welsh onion, called negi in Japan, and grated Yuzu, something of citrus.
By the way, Japanese sake, a Japanese alcoholic drink made of rice, goes with this cuisine.
Have a nice week!!