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This app is mainly for Japanese people, displayed in Japanese language.
■ this app
This app's aim is for you to acquire the basic knowledge in 12 fields.
The theme throughout the app is "dietrary education".
You can learn the name of various kinds of rice, beans and grains. You will also learn the causes of food poisoning, or basic terms for cooking methods.
Each of the 12 sections has 12 questions (12 X 12 =144 questions in total).
You have to answer all the questions in each section to go to another section.
Japanese "DEKIRUMADE OWARANAI" means that you cannot quit until you finish answering all the questions.
You may take a long time to finish a section, but you certainly learn the basic knowledge by repetition.
■ Recommended for
Mamas and papas who love their child
Those who love cooking
Students who major in home economics
Those who concern about food safety
■ Setting the score
A perfect score in each section is 100 points. Total of 12 sections will be 1200 points.
■ 12 sections
1 Various kinds of Japanese rice
2 The name of beans
3 The name of grains
4 The name of fruit
6 Cooking measurement
7 Basic cooking methods.
8 Western-style cooking terms.
10 Causes of food poisoning.
11 World cuisine
12 Japanese local cuisine.
What's New in Version 2.0■Bonus Stage(6 sections have 6 questions each (6 X 6 =36 questions in total))
After you have finished the regular stage, scoring 1200points (the perfect score of the regular stage), you will find a bonus stage.
The bonus stage consists of 6sections, and each section has 6 questions.(6 X 6 =36 questions in total)
Below are 6 sections in bonus stage
1 The Adventure of Soybeans
2 Low calorie diets
3 When you are in such situation
4 Vegetable with dressing
5 What preparations are needed?
6 Food additives
For the users to learn more efficiently, commentaries are added to all the questions.
You will find them helpful to learn important terms by heart and to learn related matters.