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Wakkanai

Wakkanai

[place]* The northern-most city of Japan, Wakkanai borders on the Sea of Okhotsk and is a rustic, quiet sort of place, centred on fishing and a small amount of local tourism.

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Day 16: Wakkanai

Day 16

[blog]* Day 16 - Wakkanai, the northern-most town of Japan, and its various delights: seafood, the sea, fishermen and, uh, other sea-related stuff. Plus, a taste of isobe-yaki.

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Isobeyaki

Isobeyaki

[food]* A speciality dish of the city of Wakkanai, up to twenty-four types of fish and vegetables are used to put together this magnificent stew, cooked and served in a scallop shell. 

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Soup Curry

Soup Curry

[food]* Essentially vegetable soup with just a hint of curry, this unexpectedly gorgeous dish has experienced a huge burst of popularity recently in its native Sapporo. 

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Miso Ramen

Miso Ramen

[food]* Rich, intense and just over 70 years old now, miso ramen is the signature dish of Sapporo, capital of the northern region. 

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Genghis Khan

Genghis Khan

[food]* Similar to Korean barbecue and hugely popular in Hokkaido, jingisukan or "Genghis Khan" is a cook-it-yourself dish of thinly-sliced mutton and vegetables grilled on a hot metal dome. 

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