Oden is a favored dish during winter in various regions of Japan. It can easily be found in convenient stores or at food carts. The ingredients primarily consist of daikon, boiled eggs, radish, yam cakes and processed fish cakes, stewed into a delicious, soy-flavored dashi broth. With such a variety of strange-looking ingredients the dish may appear intimidating to tourists, but be brave and taste it – it is truly mouth-watering. The carefully prepared steaming broth is perfect to warm the body during the cold season. Stop by any yatai in Hakata and ask for some oden on your next trip to Fukuoka, Japan.

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