ロシア連邦 Russian Federation



Russia is the largest country in the world. (45 times Japan, almost twice the United States). Large cities and agricultural areas are concentrated on the western side close to Europe. It has become the current Russian Federation after the age of the Romanov dynasty and the Soviet Union, a socialist state.

 ルイノク   Ruinok



Ruinok is a private market where individuals sell vegetables, fruits, meat etc. It has existed since the Soviet era and had a variety of ingredients on a different route from state-owned shops since that time.

マースレニッツァ   Maslenitsa



Maslenitsa is a Slavic festival to foresee a harsh winter and welcome spring in late February (this year from Feb 24 to Mar 1). People burn huge scarecrows made of straw that symbolize winter, and eat lots of blinui as food that symbolizes the sun. 

寒冷地   Cold land




Most of Russia's land is cold, so crops and seasons that can be harvested are limited. So dishes are often made of grains, dairy products and potatoes. Also Russia has the highest consumption of mayonnaise in the world. With the cold climate, dishes with high calories are preferred. 

保存食   Preserved food



The roots of Russian cuisine are the food culture of farmers who have lived in a severe climate. In order to overcome the long winter, various vegetables are pickled and fruits are preserved as jams, which are often used for soups, stew, etc. 

食生活の均質化   Soviet cuisine


ソ連の時代になると、個人のレストランはほとんど姿を消し、国中に外食用の国営食堂が建設されました。どこの食堂も国が決めた同じレシピで 料理が提供されたことにより、現在でもロシアではどの地域も同じ料理が食べられています。


In the Soviet era, private restaurants almost disappeared, and state-run canteens for eating out were built throughout the country. Every canteen served same menus with same recipes set by the country, so even today in Russia, same food is eaten in every region. 

ブリヌイ   Blinui




Blinui is a dish like crepes and pancakes. The dough is thick, and it is eaten with various ingredients such as smetana, salmon, jam (varenye), etc. 

イクラ    Ikra


イクラは魚の卵という意味のロシア語。ロシアでは日本でいうイクラを「赤いイクラ」、キャビアのことを「黒いイクラ」と呼びます。日本ではお米と一緒に食べますが、ロシアでは「赤いイクラ」 をパンやブリヌイにのせて食べます。


Ikra (salmon roe) means fish egg in Russian. And, Ikura in Japan is called “red ikra”, and caviar is called “black Ikra”. Although people eat salmon roe with rice in Japan, people eat it on bread or blinui in Russia.  

トヴァローク   Tvorog




Tvorog is a solid that is produced when making butter and smetana etc., similar to cottage cheese. It is low fat, low calorie and rich in nutrients. Sometimes people eat it sweet, and sometimes salty. 

シルニキ   Syrniki




Syrniki is a pancake made with white cheese, flour, eggs, sugar etc. It is a standard breakfast on the weekend, eaten with smetana or varenier. 

スビテン   Sbiten




Sbiten is a popular hot drink in Russia in winter. It is made with water and honey mixed with spices and herbs. It has a long history that it has been loved in Russia before coffee and tea were introduced. 

モルス   Morse




Morse is a juice made by boiling sour berries such as cranberries and lingonberries with sugar and water. It is a standard drink that is always found in Russian restaurants and cafes. 

スメタナ   Smetana




Smetana is similar to sour cream and is an essential dairy product in Russian cuisine. It is used in a variety of Russian dishes such as borscht, stew, blinui and varenyky. 

カーシャ   Kasha




Kasha is a porridge made by boiling buckwheat seeds or oats, rice, etc. with water or milk, often eaten as breakfast. Buckwheat kasha is popular and is eaten as a side dish in addition to breakfast.  

ヴァレーニエ   Varenier




Varenier is a fruit boiled in sugar. It is similar to jam, but it does not crush the flesh and retains its fruit shape. Fruits harvested in forests and villas in the summer are stored as varenier for long-term storage. 

ボルシチ   Borsch




Borsch is the world's three major soup. Red borsch with beets is common, but borsch itself means a soup with many ingredients. There are also white borsch and green borsch without beets. 

紅茶とジャム  Tea with jam




Russians often drink tea. In Japan, there is an image of Russian tea in which jam is added to black tea, but in Russia people drink tea while licking jam with a spoon, but never adding jam in tea. 

ウオッカ   Vodka




It is common to cool vodka with a bottle in a freezer and drink straight with shot glasses. Sometimes Russia has a stereotype that there are many heavy drinkers, but recently statistics show more people are refraining from drinking due to health concerns. 

協力)Vitaly Dmitriev




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