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Okonomiyaki -- Japan is obviously known for sushi and ramen, next time when you are in Japan try the Japanese savoury pancake calls Okonomiyaki. Okonomiyaki is typically cooked on a hot plate, mixing all ingredients in a batter in the Kansai style, or layered with your choice of ingredients and noodles in the Hiroshima style. Both topped with a special Okonomiyaki sauce, seaweed flakes and Japanese Kewpie Mayonnaise. Oishii!
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