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CJ117 Tendon (Tempura Bowl) 天丼
SynopsisThis is Edomae Tempura Bowl. The eel is too long to fit in the bowl. Rounded off with shrimp and scallops, this is a very filling meal. It's covered in sauce, and yet the coating is still crisp.
Keyword: tendon, tempura bowl, eel, shrimp, scallop, meal
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