Nabe: Hotpot or “one pot” method of Japanese cooking that commonly involves preparing multiple ingredients like vegetables, meat and noodles in a single clay or iron pot.
Nigiri/nigiri sushi: Individual pieces of sushi that are shaped by hand and usually consist of sushi rice topped with thinly sliced fish or seafood, or pieces of sweet egg omelet.
Nori: Dried seaweed that is commonly used to wrap hand rolled sushi (temaki sushi) and sushi rolled with the aid of a bamboo mat (makisu).
Noren: Japanese cloth dividers commonly hung in doorways, windows, between rooms and on walls. They often display traditional designs, including nature scenes and decorative floral patterns.