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Narita bakery stuffs savoury grilled eel inside fluffy bread

NARITA, Japan – At first, it looks like a piece of regular koppe-pan, a kind of long bread roll that resembles a hot dog bun. When you take a bite, a savory aroma accompanies the delicately soft texture of the bread. Then you find yourself biting into several pieces of grilled eel dressed with sweetened soy sauce, something usually served on rice.

This unagi-pan, or eel-stuffed bread, is the most popular item at Shimoda Koseido Pan-chaya, a cafe along the main approach to Naritasan Shinshoji temple in Narita, Chiba Prefecture.

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