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Otafuku, one of the oldest oden restaurants in Japan, has been heating up the same batch of broth every day since 1945, only adding more water to it as it evaporates. It may sound gross but it apparently makes oden stew taste amazing. Oden, a traditional stew, is simmered in broth until served. It's enjoyed by vegetable and meat lovers, as it can contain all kinds of ingredients, from eggs, tofu and vegetables to shark meat, beef, fish balls and whale tongue. The secret to its deliciousness is the broth. Many Japanese restaurants rely on master

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