Tempura

According to Showa Sangyo, a major flour manufacturer/supplier in Japan, it was in the Edo Era (1603 – 1868) when tempura became of part of Japanese cuisine publicly.
Many of us know that Japan is famous, among other things, also for its food - but what if you aren't too fond of it?
Japanese food is absolutely amazing, but it’s also completely different in taste, presentation, and texture from dishes in many Western countries.