The curry they serve in Japan is milder than real Indian curry. They adapt it to Japanese tastes.
The word 'curry' does not exist in India's native languages.
For Indians, the word 'curry' is a word of foreign origin.
As using a lot of spices is characteristic of Indian cuisine, many Indian dishes look like 'curry' to foreigners.
While Indian 'curry' uses a range of ingredients such as vegetables and beans, the most known curry in Britain is cooked with beef. .