1. namasu; dish of raw fish and vegetables seasoned in vinegarFood, cooking, Usually written using kana alone
Wikipedia definition
2. Kuai (dish)Kuai is a Chinese dish consisting of finely cut strips of raw fish or meat, which is popular and commonly eaten in the early history and dynastic times of China. According to the Book of Rites (禮記) compiled between 202 BCE–220 CE, kuai consists of small thin slices or strips of raw meat, which are prepared by first thinly slicing the meat and then cutting the thin slices into strips. In modern times, the dishes are more often referred to as "raw fish slices" or as "yusheng" (魚生, yúshēng).
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