Boom! Taking on Osu Kannon

Nagoya, Osu (or ohsu) Kannon, Osu shopping mall.

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On of my favorite memories from Japan was our quick trip to the shopping district of Osu Kannon…

Osu Kannon is a huge outdoor shopping area.


I’m not a huge fan of shopping, but the vibe of this place was really cool.

The highlight for me was when we peeked our heads into an eatery, and got us some Okonomiyaki.

Last night, I tried my hand at a traditional, flat, Okonomiyai pancake…

And, aside from not cutting the cabbage thin enough, it turned out pretty well.


The Okonomiyaki in Osu Kannon is far from traditional…

Aside from its shape, the major difference in this type of Okonomiyaki is that the cabbage and onions are not part of the pancake.  They are instead prepared separately, and folded up in the thin pancake like a omlette, so you can eat it sandwich style.

Since I had a bunch of leftover ingredients from last night, today I…

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