Published Nov 2nd, 2009
Oden is a Japanese hot pot which includes boiled eggs, daikon radish, konnyaku, fried tofu pouch with mochi, and different kinds of fish cakes.
The ingredients are stewed in thin kelp-based soup with little soy sauce and sake.
The soup or ingredients are different depends on the regions or households.
It’s a very common winter dish eaten at homes, stands, Japanese bars, everywhere.
During winter, Japanese convenience stores have oden pots by their cash registers (some convenience stores have oden pots all year round).
The customers can pick it’s kind of a Japanese fast food!
This is JAPAN Style!
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