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Sushi, tempura and teriyaki are probably some of the first things that come to mind when Japanese food comes up among foreigners.

But visitors to the Japan Pavilion at the Expo Milano 2015 that has kicked off in the northern Italian city on May 1, under the central theme of “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life” will get a chance to see deeper into the Japanese gastronomic culture. With displays ranging from cutting-edge, digital interactive exhibitions, traditional handicraft tableware to a food court serving authentic Japanese food, people are sure to gain a better understanding of Japan’s culinary history.

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