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The deep sea fish called "anko" in Japanese (the goosefish or monkfish) is a representative fish of Ibaraki Prefecture, and ankonabe (goosefish stew) from the town of Oarai is a famous winter dish. The Oarai Anko Matsuri is held every year in...more
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10 Minato Chuo | Grass Square of Oarai Marine Tower, Oarai-machi, Higashiibaraki-gun 311-1305, Ibaraki Prefecture
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