Oden (Japanese hotchpotch) is one kind of cooked dishes of Japanese food. Japanese radish, a kind of fish sausage, konnyaku and a boiled egg are the dish boiled including the various material in the rainy season when soup stock was seasoned with soy sauce.
There was a street stall of Japanese hotchpotch as much as about 200 on Aoba Park street at the center of Shizuoka-shi. It’s going to be removed by urban development in 1957. In 1968, a certain Japanese hotchpotch street stall moved to Aoba Yokocho. There is 18 stores of present in Aoba Yokocho.
The one which is being boiled every day is the feature while adding soup stock to Shizuoka Japanese hotchpotch. To boil a cow fiber and pig giblets, soup becomes black. The “Hanpen” made of minced fish of the sardine caught in Shizuoka is also famous. I have skewered a topping, pour green laver and bonito over it and eat.
Address: Tokiwacho 1-8-7, Aoi-ku, Shizuoka-shi, Shizuoka (GoogleMap)