Survey finds that Osaka people don’t eat takoyaki octopus balls as much as you’d think

A large majority of people living in Osaka said to eat their iconic food takoyaki less than a dozen times a year. In 1933, a restaurant in the Ikunoku Ward of Osaka called Aiduya unveiled a new dish, radioyaki. It was a grilled ball of batter with beef …
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