What’s the default meat for Japanese curry? Turns out, it depends where you are!
Any country of a certain size will find that its cultures will shift perceptibly the further you go in a certain direction, which is why the north and south sections of countries like the United States are often regarded separately. The same, of course, is true of Japan—eastern prefectures like Ibaraki and Tokyo feel different in many ways to ones from the west like Tottori or Osaka.
One surprising difference: the meat that’s considered the “staple” meat for a curry. When you suggest making