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Japanese kitchen: Quiz


Question 1: Until late ________, this type of kitchen was widely used.
Tokugawa YoshinobuTokugawa shogunateBakumatsuEdo period

Question 2: In the larger kitchens, especially those of palaces and temples, raised kamado that could be operated while standing up were developed in the ________ (1603–1867).
Tokugawa YoshinobuEdo periodTokugawa shogunateBakumatsu

Question 3: Until the ________, a kitchen was also called kamado (かまど; lit.
Shōwa periodTaishō periodImperial Japanese NavyMeiji period

Question 4: Sashinabe (佐志奈閇) - A small pot with a long handle used to warm ________ in a bottle.
BeerAlcoholic beverageSakeBrewing

Question 5: In the ________ period (300 BC to AD 250) the cultivation of rice became widespread, and villages would be constructed near a marsh and a lowland.
Kofun periodYayoi periodYoshinogari siteJapan

Question 6: "________") is the place where food is prepared in a Japanese house.
KitchenRoofGreat hallBuilding

Question 7: Nabe (堝 or 鍋) - existed both made of ________ and of metal.
ClaySandSoilSoil liquefaction

Question 8: Its main focus was on universal suffrage for males, but this movement also extended into other fields, serving as a modernization effort like the ________.
Meiji periodMeiji RestorationEdo periodBakumatsu

Question 9: Many Japanese houses were destroyed in ________, but rebuilding allowed architects to freely redesign houses as well as kitchens.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupationsWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 10: Douglass from ________ conducted a half-year research on how much electric appliances made into a common household.
VivendiNBC UniversalNBCGeneral Electric

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