NHK (æ—¥æœ¬æ”¾é€å”ä¼š, Nippon HÅsÅ KyÅkai), or the Japan Broadcasting Corporation, is Japan’s public broadcaster. Today it operates two terrestrial television services (NHK General TV and NHK Educational TV), three satellite services (NHK BS-1, NHK BS-2, and NHK Hi-Vision â€“ High-definition TV), and three radio networks (NHK Radio 1, NHK Radio 2, and NHK FM). For audiences overseas it provides services called NHK World. “NHK World” is composed of NHK World TV, NHK World Premium, shortwave and internet radio NHK World Radio Japan, and the Internet. NHK’s shortwave service was known as Radio Tokyo in 1930s and 1940s.
In Japanese cuisine, Sushi (å¯¿å¸, Sushi) is a food made of vinegared rice combined with various toppings or fillings, which includes seafood and can also include vegetables, mushrooms, eggs, or meat. Sushi toppings may be raw, like most fish; cooked; blanched; or marinated.