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Eating Japanese

2014_cagenuni.jpgIn Eating Japanese, a new column on Eater New York, Editorial Producer Kat Odell explores the city's vast array of Japanese food. There's more to Japanese food than just sushi and ramen: Odell counts 19 different styles of Japanese cuisine, including Donburi, Hibachi, Kaiseki, Kappo, Kushikatsu, Oden, Okonomiyaki, Onigiri, and 11 others, including Wagashi — sweets. [Eater NY]

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