What’s the difference between Asian, Thai, Chinese, and Japanese Cuisine?


each came from a different different country(kind of given) and holds a slightly different taste profile. asian is simply a over term of all of these cooking types such as chinese, korean, japanese, and thai. it may also mean a mixture of different flavors from different asian countries. japanese is just the food you would get from japan, normally slightly more mild, and fresh; they may also have flavors with a bit of more sweet, such as teriyaki chicken; but do not go stereotyping. thai is more of a spicy, sour taste(do not stereotype, about this either). chinese food also hold a wide variety of taste, but it’s very hard to clump them into a large taste group. you may have to try a bit more of these foods, and you’ll reconized most of these flavors in these different types of cusine.