Most Japanese people still eat traditional Japanese food for dinner, but eating habits are beginning to change with some foreign food becoming more popular as of December 2014. A typical Japanese dinner includes staples ... More »

The Japanese tend to eat lunch in the form of rice, noodles, seafood and beef served in bowls or bento boxes. While food is served in bowls at home or in restaurants, school children and adults taking their lunch to work... More »

In Japan there are a few bed options: the tatami mat, the traditional futon, the western-style bed, and the hybrid. The bed a typical Japanese person purchases depends on space availability. More »

Samoan people eat a lot of food that is based around the taro plant, such as baked taro root. Other fruits that are popular in Samoa include raw fish, breadfruit and cooked bananas. More »

The people of the Amazon eat many types of food, including meats, such as fish, wild boar and birds, various fruits, nuts and insects. Amazon's vast jungle provides an open area for the people to hunt for meat, and its f... More »

France calls pot-au-feu its national dish; this hearty beef and vegetable stew appears on lunch and dinner tables throughout France, appealing to people of all socioeconomic backgrounds. Pot-au-feu recipes and production... More »

Polish people make cereal grains such as buckwheat, rye, wheat and barley into dumplings, noodles and breads, which are often served alongside soups, meats and boiled or pickled vegetables. Polish food tends to be hearty... More »