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Tempura is a culinary art form that showcases Japan’s mastery of frying techniques and appreciation for seasonal ingredients. Introduced to Japan by Portuguese missionaries in the 16th century, tempura has since been transformed into a quintessential Japanese dish characterized by its light, crispy batter and delicate flavors. In Tokyo, tempura chefs carefully select the freshest seafood, vegetables, and herbs, coating them in a light batter made from flour, egg, and ice-cold water before frying them to golden perfection. From plump prawns to crisp lotus root, each tempura morsel is a testament to the chef’s skill and dedication to quality. Served with a dipping sauce made from dashi, soy sauce, and mirin, tempura is a sensory delight that tantalizes the taste buds and leaves diners craving more.

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