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Yaksik refers to Korean steamed sticky rice made with chestnuts, jujubes (Korean dates), honey, pine nuts and cinnamon.

Yyeotgangjeong refers to Koreans malt toffees. It is a variety of Hangwa - Korean traditional sweets and cookies

Yakizakana means grilled fish. Many varieties of fish are enjoyed in this way in Japan

Yakisoba are fried or deep fried Chinese style noodles served with vegetables, meat and ginger.

Yakidofu refers to the Japanese term for firm tofu which is lightly browned on both sides by broiling. A popular New Years dish in Japan is nishime, yakidofu cooked sweet in soy sauce

Yebisu refers to the finest beer in Japan and regarded as the King of Japanese beers.

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