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Name:
Chibi (sydro89@msn.com)
Date:Thu 06 Nov 2014 11:05:07 AM EST
Subject:Making okonomiyaki twice a week now! Couldn't do it without this site
 This website is so useful! Especially with the alternate ways to make the batter, since one bag of the actual mix only lasts so long! One time my friend and I tried it with just wheat flour and it totally fell apart! But since then, I've found yam starch and dashi sold nearby, which works PERFECTLY, so now I can make it all the time without concern for running out!
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Name:
Sandy Yates (@Smyates@cox.net)
Date:Fri 09 May 2014 05:29:58 AM EDT
Subject:excellent service, delicious product
 I'm planning a Japanes cuisine pary after a recent trip to Japan. Doing business with you has been a plesure. We did a dry run of making a batch of okonomiyaki last night and they were delicious. Thank you very much!!!
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Inez (inezbackys@hotmail.com)
Date:Sun 29 Sep 2013 10:41:30 AM EDT
Subject:Love
 Thanks so much for posting this! So happy that I found the Tenkasu here:)
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Justin C. (JewWario@live.com)
Date:Mon 18 Feb 2013 04:40:54 PM EST
Subject:Okonomiyaki cooking video
 http://youcanplaythis.com/you-can-cook-this-%E2%80%93-okonomiyaki/ Please enjoy
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Vicki Marney (vmarney@hotmail.com)
Date:Mon 17 Dec 2012 08:08:02 PM EST
Subject:Instructions in English to use my Okonomiyaki kit purchased in Japan
 I purchased a Chibo Okonnomiyaki Kit while at Tokyo Disney, after eating it and falling in love with it at a Chibo Restaurant in Osaka. We LOVED the Osaka style! The only problem is, the instructions are all in Japanese (Japanese letters...) so I don't know the measurements or extra ingredients needed. Can you please assist me with this? I would LOVE to try it at home with my family (I bought to kits, so there would be enough--each box makes 4 servings). The kit also includes a bottle of the sauce--just no Kewie mayonaise. Thank you for your assistance, Vicki Marney vmarney@hotmail.com
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MM Asuncion (@mmcasuncion@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 26 Oct 2012 03:52:28 PM EDT
Subject:Ecstatic to see this recipe!
 I visited Tokuo earlier this year, and got to taste this really yummy "something", of which name I never found out until I ate at a Japanese restaurant in Manila a month ago, and saw the picture of that unforgettable tasting food - okonomiyaki is the name! FINALLY! Immediately had to find out how to make one for myself! Thanks to this site, will test the recipe right away!!
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Name:
MM Asuncion (@mmcasuncion@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 26 Oct 2012 03:52:26 PM EDT
Subject:Ecstatic to see this recipe!
 I visited Tokuo earlier this year, and got to taste this really yummy "something", of which name I never found out until I ate at a Japanese restaurant in Manila a month ago, and saw the picture of that unforgettable tasting food - okonomiyaki is the name! FINALLY! Immediately had to find out how to make one for myself! Thanks to this site, will test the recipe right away!!
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Ellen Westermann (wildarc@suddenlink.net)
Date:Sun 07 Oct 2012 12:26:38 PM EDT
Subject:Okonomiyaki
 I am a retired Marine and lived in Japan twice. I loved Okonomiyaki and have thought about all these years. I was tickled to find this site, I immediatley orderd the flour, mayonaise and sauce. Received the ingredients quickly and made my first Okonomiyaki yesterday. I am in seventh heaven and it came out beautifully! My taste buds couldn't believe it. Thank you so much!!!
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Susanna (stran2002@curry.edu)
Date:Thu 16 Aug 2012 10:58:45 AM EDT
Subject:Love everything about this site.
 Finding information about Okonomiyaki is hard. I thank you very much for setting up this page. Explaining the ingredients and omg...listing restaurants that serve Okonomiyaki! It's amazing!
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Trevor (wtmanning@me.com)
Date:Sat 04 Aug 2012 06:10:53 PM EDT
Subject:Great site!
 This website is both informative and well laid-out. I studied abroad in Kansai (specifically, in Hirakata) and fell in love with okonomiyaki. I've had trouble recreating it back home in the United States, so I'm overjoyed to have stumbled across your site! I'll certainly be purchasing some supplies in the future!
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Melissa (bigsmiles26@comcast.net)
Date:Sun 20 May 2012 10:19:01 AM EDT
Subject:excellent customer service
 This website is one of the best I have ordered from. Peter let me know when the order would be shipped and then fit everything in a small box, refunding me shipping fees. I would definitely order from this site again!
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Dach (dach@vista.aero)
Date:Thu 05 Apr 2012 11:11:21 PM EDT
Subject:Okonomiyaki lantern?
 I like that you offer the okonomiyaki banner. Too bad my party is tomorrow. But what I'd really like to find is the lantern. Any leads on where to get those?
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Alan Anthony Kavanagh (alankavanaghjp@yahoo.co.jp )
Date:Thu 29 Mar 2012 09:06:43 PM EDT
Subject:Great Hot Okonomiyaki Sause *It`s a MUST*
 Let me introudice a great Hot Okonomiyaki Sause *It`s a MUST* Click here for more information on it: www.piconet.co.jp/sunfoods/item_2426.html Click here for more information on the manufactor: www.hitec.city.hiroshima.jp/english/se/level7/ne100248001.html Hope you enjoy it. It`s really really good... Alan K
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Michael Ahlen (4ahlens@gmail.com)
Date:Tue 20 Mar 2012 06:47:13 PM EDT
Subject:Okonomiyaki World
 I love you guys...my new favorite website! I first tried Okonomiyaki as a Marine while stationed at MCAS Iwakuni in Yamaguchi, Japan back in 1991. Of all the wonderful foods I enjoyed while I was there, Okonomiyaki is the one thing I remember as the best thing I'd ever eaten in Japan. When I returned to the states, I tried many times asking people if they had ever heard of it and where I could go to get some. Even the local restaurants with Teppan tables had never heard of this wonderful dish. I guess that I had given up on my search; finally wondering if I was even pronouncing it correctly. Then just today, I spotted a picture that our Japanese exchange student had posted on Facebook of her and a girlfriend eating it at a restaurant in Tokyo. I immediately asked her what it was and then jumped onto the Internet finding your website. I am definitely going to our local Asian grocery in the next couple of days to get all the ingredients and try out your recipe on the whole family. I'm sure that they are going to enjoy it as much as I remember doing so. I will also plan on visiting one of the few restaurants here in the Seattle area that you listed as serving it. I am truly overjoyed that you guys are actually going to satisfy a craving that I've held onto for 21 years!!!
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Glenn Rosen (glenn.rosen@comcast.net)
Date:Mon 05 Mar 2012 11:49:40 AM EST
Subject:Best Recipe
 I used this recipe last night and made one adjustment. I used rice flour and it produced a slightly sweeter batter. My family really liked it versus the "I think I can reproduce the recipe" from memory game. I also added bonito flakes and sesame seeds to the toping just before flipping the inital time. Love the Okono! signed, Okono-Otaku!!!!
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Frank (frank_betty_lau@yahoo.ca)
Date:Sat 30 Oct 2010 02:07:02 PM EDT
Subject:Try chicken stock instead of water
 We just got back from Tokyo and Osaka last week. We found this amazing Okonomiyaki restaurant in Nara. My wife was asking the owner all kinds of questions about how to make them, including the sauces. The owner mentioned using chicken stock instead of water to make the batter. Also a Japanese friend of ours from Osaka uses chicken stock as well. We bought most of the non-perishable ingredients in Japan: Okonomiyaki mix, katsuobushi, aonori, even the 5-nozzled mayonnaise dispenser and the mini spatulas! Luckily, we live in Vancouver, Canada, so we can get pretty much all the Japanese grocery items we'll need! We haven't had a chance to try it out yet, but will soon!
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Mariah (mariawaddleton@gmail.com)
Date:Wed 06 Oct 2010 05:20:53 PM EDT
Subject:Okonomiyaki Lover
 BEST SITE EVERRR! hehe well at least it totally is in the competition for best site :P I looooove okonomiyaki, the first time i tried it my japanese teacher made it for the class, it was delicious! Awesome site, thanks for the okonomiyaki love sharing! :)
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Asonyone (asonyone@hotmail.com)
Date:Tue 07 Sep 2010 06:19:20 AM EDT
Subject:Okonomiyaki World Website
 I am extremly delighted that i've found this useful website! I am gonna order those kits and ingredients and will invite tonnes of friends to my house for Okonomiyaki Night.. :) Asonyone Dubai, 7th of Sept 2010
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Kellie Blume (kell_and_eddie@hotmail.com)
Date:Sat 26 Jun 2010 05:04:39 AM EDT
Subject:Vegan Okonomyaki
 Hello, I am a big okonomyaki fan, but also a vegan - so am always searching for vegan versions. Its basically the same, using egg substitute and vegan versions of the sauces and can be made either with or without vegan substitutes for the shrimp, pork etc. The best one I have had outside of Japan is at a little restaurant in Brisbane called Kuan Yin Tea House - 198 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Ph 07 3252 4557. It is served on a sizzling hot square grill plate and is fantastic. It includes the vegan shrimp and also a little shredded lettuce on top. On the menu it comes as 'The Delicate Plate' with the Okonomyaki and a huge Japanese clear soup full of vegetables, vegan fish and prawns etc. But it can also be ordered by itself. Just thought this would be interesting for the website. Kellie Blume
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Brett Borders (private@gmail.com)
Date:Wed 17 Mar 2010 07:31:32 PM EDT
Subject:Okonomiyaki flour is key
 I ordered some okonomiyaki flour and sauce from this site and it arrived very quickly, in just two days! Excellent service. Following the Kansai-style recipe on this site, I have managed to make a KILLER okonomiyaki for dinner. My style is semi-vegetarian... I leave out the pork and I used Tofurky Italian Sausage instead.... and fried onions used for salads instead of tempura bits. It is a very easy, very tasty and filling dinner. Go for it.
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Brett (private@gmail.com)
Date:Sat 13 Mar 2010 11:03:07 PM EST
Subject:Okonomiyako is great!
 nice site. I love okonomiyaki. I tried it in southern Kyushu and I have never forgotten the sate. I love to make it!
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Allen (sromancer@gmail.com)
Date:Wed 06 Jan 2010 06:46:18 PM EST
Subject:Do you guys combine shipping?
 I was wondering if you combine shipping since I want to buy a bunch of stuff ^___^. Thank you!
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Andy (andycs.li@cibc.com)
Date:Mon 04 Jan 2010 12:21:05 PM EST
Subject:stacked okonomiyaki
 My friend took me to a place in Kyoto where I tried an okonomiyaki dish that i've yet to see anywhere else. I don't recall the place, but instead of the pancake being flat, it was more of a stack (possible prepared using those metal rings). The dimensions of the stack was about half of a Campbell's soup can. It was very moist on the inside and the texture was very smooth and delightful. Anyone know if there is a name for this version?
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Name:
Andy (andycs.li@cibc.com)
Date:Mon 04 Jan 2010 12:20:52 PM EST
Subject:stacked okonomiyaki
 My friend took me to a place in Kyoto where I tried an okonomiyaki dish that i've yet to see anywhere else. I don't recall the place, but instead of the pancake being flat, it was more of a stack (possible prepared using those metal rings). The dimensions of the stack was about half of a Campbell's soup can. It was very moist on the inside and the texture was very smooth and delightful. Anyone know if there is a name for this version?
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Soap (sasgenez4@gmail.com)
Date:Sat 21 Nov 2009 12:42:49 AM EST
Subject:Shop items
 I first tried okonomiyaki with my Japanese studies club in my junior year of college. It was pretty low quality, though, and thrown together quickly. I studied abroad in Japan the following year, and first had it at a restaurant in Kyoto whose name I can't recall. I immediately resolved to learn how to make the stuff, and had it as often as possible (this was helped by the Japanese students in our dorm throwing an okonomiyaki party, where they taught everyone how to make it). As for preferences, I like modern-yaki, with yakisoba noodles, and prefer pastrami as my meat topping. Anyway, is there any chance of the server spatulas making their way into the shop? I'd order some of those.
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