They started selling Ukrainian dishes in Tokyo. What do the Japanese think about it?

The Embassy of Ukraine in Japan reported that a chain of 1,700 Mini Stop cafes has included a Kiev cutlet in the menu, and a borscht dressing has appeared on sale in the National Azabu supermarket chain.

“Now a Kiev cutlet is sold all over Japan”, – stated in his post, Japanese diplomat Hirano Takashi. You can try ChickenKyiv at Mini Stop, which has over 1,700 eateries across the country. After a few hours since the start of the sale, Twitter has received a ton of positive feedback from Japanese residents.

Representatives of the Ukrainian embassy also stated on their Facebook page that in Tokyo, in the National Azabu supermarket chain, a refueling for Ukrainian borscht produced in Lutsk has appeared. There are tables near the shelves with imported goods, where everyone can taste the national Ukrainian dish.

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