The hot-dog sandwich, a popular breakfast staple in Japan, is a staple of many Japanese families and is one of the best-selling products in the country.
According to a recent study, Japanese hot-dogs were sold on average for roughly $1,000 per person in 2015.
The hot dog is typically served with a bun and may have a variety of toppings, including mustard, ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, mayo and mayo with mustard.
While some of these toppings may be familiar to Americans, it is the ketchup that sets the Japanese hot dog apart from the rest of the world.
This is a hot-dog condiment that is made by fermenting condiments made from ketchup.
Hot dogs may also be served with ketchup on a bun.
If you are a hot dog lover and are not aware of the condiment, it may be the perfect meal for you.
The condiment contains many ingredients and can vary in strength, but the key is that the ketchups are blended in to create a thick and creamy sauce.
This sauce can be served on hot dogs or as a sandwich on its own, but can be topped with mustard, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and mayonnais.
You can also mix the kettles hot dogs and ketchup together and use the condiments to dip your own food.
While there are many hot-drinks in Japan you will find a variety that will satisfy most people, the hot-ds is one that has been popular for decades.
This hot-dor is made from fermented ketchup made from mustard and may be served alongside hot dogs.
The ketchup is used to add a fresh flavor to the hot dogs, but if you do not want to use the kendori condiment it is also a great way to add flavor to your own foods.