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Visitors to Osaka often remark on the city's astonishingly high number of restaurants, cafes, and other food-related establishments.

There's no doubt about it, the people of Osaka are at the forefront of Japan's culinary crusade. It's a well-known fact that most of the dishes famous in Japan emanated from Osaka.

These food places seem to know instinctively how to dazzle potential customers with their delectable creative creations. The most important thing is to catch the hungry shoppers' attention as they amble down one of the many shopping streets in the city.

A cleverly arranged window display of mouth-watering dishes is sure to bring in the yen-paying customers. Here's one I found today. I immediately rushed in and ordered two platefuls.

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On Monday, 04 April, 2005, Blogger Dr. Rob said:

HI Just browsed by - a funny blog, ar'nt cultural difference hilarious!

I'll come again - if you'll excuse the expression.  



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