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CJ12 The Oden Croquette in Togoshi Ginza おでんコロッケ戸越銀座
SynopsisKamaboko is processed fish paste molded into a variety of patties.
At this shop they also sell "oden," a dish where various ingredients are simmered in a broth. It seems unlikely that such a shop would sell croquettes, but here are The Oden Croquette sold for 60 cents each.
This croquette is different from the other ones. Pieces of fish cake have been mixed in instead of meat. In the middle is a piece of Daikon, white radish. This shop has combined two popular dishes in one, the oden and the croquette.
Keyword: croquetette, oden, Togoshi Ginza, store, shop, food, dish
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