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A light snack of octopus coated in delicious batter topped with creamy mayonnaise and sweet sauce.
Famous Japanese savory pancake that is perhaps Osaka’s most famous dish. Made from a mix of flour, cabbage, meat, or seafood and topped with special sweet sauce, mayonnaise and dried seaweed.
Japanese noodles in a delicious soy sauce, salt or miso (salted fermented soy bean paste) soup and topped with pork, seafood or other delicious ingredients. It’s always fun to find a different flavor at each stand.
Famous vinegared rice and fresh seafood cuisine prepared in a variety of shapes and forms. Invented in the Edo period and eaten with soy sauce and wasabi.
Tempura is shrimp or vegetables deep fried in a crispy batter. Originally introduced to Japan by Christian missionaries in the 16th century as “fritters,” tempura quickly became popular as a kind of “fast food” in the Edo Period, and is now one of Japan’s most famous dishes.
Soba noodles are made from buckwheat and representative of Japanese cuisine, alongside sushi and tempura. They can be eaten hot or cold, and the soup served with soba often has a different depth based on location. Soba became popular in the Edo Period, and in Japan, it is a customary dish on New Year’s Eve and after moving house.
Yakiniku is barbecued meat (beef, chicken, or pork) dipped in a special sauce. Yakiniku restaurants generally also serve fish, vegetables, soup and cold noodles.
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