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How to Enjoy Japanese Curry in Tokyo

Japanese curry is probably the number one comfort food for Japanese. It is often eaten at home. It is different from Indian curry, as it isn't as spicy; and it also different from Thai curry. It is usually eaten with potatoes, carrots and meat (pork, beef or chicken). But this isn't the only way to eat it.. Here are some of the most popular and delicious ways to eat Japanese curry.

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