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Yakitori (焼き鳥 or やきとり)

When you are hungry and walking home after a long day of work (or play) few things look as good as this on a Japanese street. So inviting, so mouth watering, so enticing. “Enter me,” it seems to say. “Let me fill your stomach and quench your thirst,” it beckons. “Come and put your cares aside for a while and enjoy life.”

You smile.

And enter.

By the way, in case you don’t know, yakitori is skewered chicken cooked over a fire, possibly after being marinated in a sweet, teriyaki sauce of some sort. Next to a bowl of rice, more dipping sauce, and a cold beer you are good to go.

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