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CJ52 Edomae Clams 江戸前の貝
SynopsisA lot of round clams are unloaded in Funabashi. Compared to an asari clam, a round clam is much larger. Round clams are getting known as a new Edomae shellfish.
Keyword: clam, Funabashi, Edomae, shellfish
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