"Will we eat Japanese food tonight?"
Also, fun fact for anyone; 今 can be used for some time expressions that deal with the current day. For example,
今晚 (jīnwǎn) [tonight, instead of 今天晚上]
今夜 (another variant of "tonight")
今早 (this morning, instead of 今天早上).
Likewise, 明 is used for time expressions relating to the next day.
明早 (míngzǎo) [tomorrow morning]
明晚 (míngwǎn) [tomorrow evening].
And 昨 refers to expressions relating to the day before.
昨晚 (zuówǎn) yesterday evening
昨夜 (zuóyè) yesterday night
昨早 (zuózǎo) yesterday morning
I quite like that as one gets more accustomed to the more standard expressions and learning the meaning of characters and their usage, it opens opportunities to start learning more and more helpful, shorter expressions to make one's speech and writing more fluent and versatile.