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青葉おでん街 (静岡市葵区)
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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