Shrimps, and a Japanese Jack Mackerel
On the other hand, Tempura is also served with salt in Japan instead of the dipping sauce.
Tempura is distinguished from many other battered and deep fried foods by being much lighter and tending to carry less grease.
Some vegetables tempura
"Kakiage": a mixture of vegetable bits and shrimp
Tempura is served at many Japanese-style restaurants.
But since expensive ingredients and lots of oil are used, it is considered as an expensive cuisine.