Adobo is a word that originally means marinade, but in the Philippines it is also the name of stewed meat and vegetables, and it is one of the typical home-cooked dishes in the Philippines.
It is a dish made by marinating either chicken (e.g. chicken wings) or pork (e.g. pork leg), or both meat in vinegar to soften it, then stewing it in soy sauce or fish sauce with vegetables such as onions and garlic to improve preservation it, and it is usually served on the same plate with rice, like Japanese curry rice.
Although it is an ethnic dish, it is easy for Japanese people to eat, and it is a dish that goes well with rice.