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Motsunabe (もつ鍋)【Introduction to Motsunabe】 In Japan, they love to eat hormone (ホルモン); the short term for internal organs. Therefore, they make a dish out of it which is called Motsunabe. Motsunabe is a hot pot dish that uses beef and pork motsu (...
Ankou Nabe (あんこう鍋)【Introduction to Ankou Nabe】 In Japan, they are improving their food and always make it as healthy as possible. An example of this is by having nabe during the winter season, and they also gain plenty of collagen that makes their skin ...
Oden (おでん)【Introduction to Oden】 Oden (おでん) is a boiled kind of Japanese food and classified as a hot pot dish (nabemono). Locals make this Japanese food by seasoning the soup stock taken from bonito flakes and kelp. Then, locals add lots of ...
Himeji Oden (姫路おでん)【ORIGIN / HISTORICAL BACKGROUND】 The time of origin of Himeji Oden is uncertain. It was said to be around 80 years since it was discovered. There is a theory that the ginger soy sauce was accidentally sprinkled on the oden, a type of n...