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The scene: Dōtonbori and Shinsekai are hubs for good street eats. For a quicker snack, seek out kushikatsu, or protein and veggies on sticks. Hot dogs, quail eggs, lotus root, chicken nuggets, scorpions—there is almost nothing this city won’t bread in panko crumbs, skewer on bamboo, deep-fry, and dip in a sweet-tart ponzu sauce. Osaka is also the best place in Japan to try takoyaki, fried octopus balls topped with Japanese mayo and bonito flakes.
The dish: Okonomiyaki, a savory egg-and-cabbage pancake you customize with seafood, pork belly, and a bevy of vegetables.
To eat on the street is to engage all five senses. There’s the taste and texture of the food; the smell of it (and probably diesel and charcoal); the sound of bleeping horns and meat sizzling on the grill; and the sight of elbow-to-elbow crowds and bumper
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