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"Aoba Oden street" in Shizuoka City.
Japan

"The oden" is native district meal in various parts of Japan.

 The Shizuoka oden is unique in Japanese oden.

The corner where shops handling "Shizuoka Oden" form a line "Aoba Oden street".

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Uploaded: 18/12/2012
Updated: 24/09/2013
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