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Fascinating look into how kamaboko are made
Kamaboko are often referred to as fish cakes - they’re usually some kind of fish that has been pureed, mixed with some kind of veggies or other ingredients, shaped into patties and fried. If you’d like to see how they’re made, as well as try some of them freshly prepared for yourself, Dezuka Suisan gives you that opportunity. When I visited, the store was busy with both tourists and locals getting their kamaboko fix. There was a range of types to choose from - I had one filled with crab (a regional specialty here!) and it was fresh and tasty. Most of their kamaboko that you can choose from are priced between 50 yen to 250 yen. As well as the kamaboko that you can watch being made and enjoy eating, there is a small gift shop portion where you can buy other local omiyage, t shirts and more. Worth a visit if you’re a seafood fan!