Teriyaki bowl dishes feature practically in all kinds of international cuisines including Mexican and American. However, teriyaki is actually a combination of two words Japanese words teri and yaki and is ideally a Japanese way of cooking. Teri means luster and yaki means grill or broil in Japanese. Usually in a typical Teriyaki bowl recipe, the ingredients can be chicken, lamb meat or different kinds of fish that are marinated in Teriyaki sauce and then they are roasted, broiled or grilled. Usually the Japanese cuisine is highly dependent on seafood and therefore normally includes salmon, trout, mackerel, yellowtail, marlin or skipjack tuna as the main ingredients for their Teriyaki bowl. In Western countries fish is either added as an ingredient or replaced by chicken, pork lamb or beef. The teriyaki sauce is usually a combination of soy sauce, mirin or sake along with sugar or honey. Sweet and tangy it helps in bringing out the flavor of the Teriyaki bowl dish. Teriyaki bowl recipe can be enjoyed in a number of ways depending on personal choice and preferences.