Best Japanese Foods You Can't Get at Home

Even everyday Japanese dishes are exciting--and worth seeking out during a visit to the country. Foreigners who visit Japan think they have a solid grasp of Japanese food before they even set foot in the country: [In the pictures: Tako Yaki, is a golf-ball-sized fritter of octopus (tako) mixed with a potato batter, eggs, onions, pickled ginger and cabbage, with some sweet mayo squirted haphazardly on top.]

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