Odawara-oden, Main Store

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Odawara Oden is a famous Japanese restaurant specializing in Odawara oden (Japanese hot pot dish simmered with various ingredients in dashi broth made in the Odawara area). The restaurant is often captured by media for offering a variety of oden ingredients, more than 40 kinds! You can select unique ingredients such as minced fish mixed with black squid ink and tube-shaped fish paste cake mixed with Aji (horse mackerel) paste, as well as classic ones such as radish, egg, and konnyaku (jelly-like made from a kind of potato). Odawara Oden also offers a wide range of drinks, including local craft beer and sake. Please enjoy drinks over oden!

Address
3-11-30 Hama-cho, Odawara-shi, Kanagawa
Contact No.
+81-465-20-0320
Access
14-min walk from the west exit of JR Tokaido Main Line Odawara Station
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30-14:00 , 16:00-21:00 on weekdays, 11:30-21:00 on weekends and national holidays Open all year round
Official Website
http://odawara-oden.com/xiao_tian_yuanoden_ben_dianheyoukoso.html
Other Information
*Average price (per person): from 1,000 yen for lunch, from 3,000 yen for dinnerMenu: Oden Chameshi Lunch (1,300 yen), Gyusuji-don Lunch (1,600 yen), and Odawara-oden Omakase 5 Shina (1,800 yen)

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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Comfortable Atmosphere at Odawara Oden

Odawara Oden offers not only delicious dishes but also a warm and calm atmosphere created by wood. The glassed-in space, called “Sutera room”, is especially popular among guests. You can watch the stars over dinner.

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Order Chef’s Choice if You can’t decide!

Odawara Oden Omakase 5 Shina (1,800 yen) is a set menu including five kinds of oden selected by the chef.  While oden is usually eaten with Karashi (hot Japanese mustard), Odawara oden is served with plum miso (soybean paste mixed with a local specialty plum) and wasabi (Japanese horseradish).

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Umami-filled Don

Odawara-dashi Don (1,800 yen) is the most popular dish for only 10 customers per day between 12:00 and 14:00 on weekends and national holidays. It is a bowl of rice (don) with oden ingredients mixed with seafood, such as Kinmedai (splendid alfonsino), on top that is served with dashi broth poured over the bowl. The dish is similar to Kaisen-don Chazuke (a bowl of rice with seafood on top that is served with green tea poured over the bowl). This is definitely a umami-filled dish.

Source:食べログ

Odawara-oden, Main Store

Odawara Oden is a famous Japanese restaurant specializing in Odawara oden (Japanese hot pot dish simmered with various ingredients in dashi broth made in the Odawara area). The restaurant is often captured by media for offering a variety of oden ingredients, more than 40 kinds! You can select unique ingredients such as minced fish mixed with black squid ink and tube-shaped fish paste cake mixed with Aji (horse mackerel) paste, as well as classic ones such as radish, egg, and konnyaku (jelly-like made from a kind of potato). Odawara Oden also offers a wide range of drinks, including local craft beer and sake. Please enjoy drinks over oden!

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Comfortable Atmosphere at Odawara Oden

Odawara Oden offers not only delicious dishes but also a warm and calm atmosphere created by wood. The glassed-in space, called “Sutera room”, is especially popular among guests. You can watch the stars over dinner.

Source:食べログ

Order Chef’s Choice if You can’t decide!

Odawara Oden Omakase 5 Shina (1,800 yen) is a set menu including five kinds of oden selected by the chef.  While oden is usually eaten with Karashi (hot Japanese mustard), Odawara oden is served with plum miso (soybean paste mixed with a local specialty plum) and wasabi (Japanese horseradish).

Source:食べログ

Umami-filled Don

Odawara-dashi Don (1,800 yen) is the most popular dish for only 10 customers per day between 12:00 and 14:00 on weekends and national holidays. It is a bowl of rice (don) with oden ingredients mixed with seafood, such as Kinmedai (splendid alfonsino), on top that is served with dashi broth poured over the bowl. The dish is similar to Kaisen-don Chazuke (a bowl of rice with seafood on top that is served with green tea poured over the bowl). This is definitely a umami-filled dish.

Source:食べログ

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