Butter isn’t as essential in Japanese cuisine as it is in certain other countries’ national styles of cooking, but it does have its place, most commonly in white sauces and baking, and anyone here who uses it regularly has had to pay premium prices for it.
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Food and beverages have been added to the duty-free list.
Is the big drop in rice prices a good thing or a bad thing?
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