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Alyssa (amyount01@yahoo.com)
Date:Mon 16 Nov 2009 02:39:17 PM EST
Subject:quick shipping ,everything promised
 Very satisfied with the rapid response from Okonomiyaki World. Made my order Friday afternoon and received it Monday afternoon! Thanks so much! Thrilled to have authentic Okonomiyaki resource.
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Susie (@tiger_lux@yahoo.com)
Date:Sun 08 Nov 2009 10:54:51 AM EST
Subject:my favorite ingredient
 I love this site, the photos are wonderful. One okonomiyaki ingredient that was very popular in the area of Japan where I lived was/is cubes of mochi. Just cut the hard mochi into small cubes and add them to the batter. They soften as they are cooked. Very very delicious!!
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t.lane (modbird@hotmail.com)
Date:Fri 11 Sep 2009 04:21:10 PM EDT
Subject:Okonomiyaki kit
 I just wanted to let the okonomiyaki loving world know that I ordered a kit off this site and it came super fast. Really impressed with the service and pricing. Thanks OkonoMan ! T.
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howardjones (howardjones@silverstar.com)
Date:Wed 02 Sep 2009 05:47:07 PM EDT
Subject:low class food
 In the Mid 80's I was travelling to Japan frequently on business. Always enjoying the exploration of new countries I soon became a real fan of small Japanese restaurants. Among the ones I liked the best were those service Okonomiaki, yakitori and tonkatsu. One evening,we were invited to dinner at a very high class restaurant by executives from Shimadzu Corp, which is a big company. During dinner, I mentioned to one of the Japanese marketing execs that I had eaten at an okonomiaki restaurant the evening before. He shook his head and remarked that okonomiaki was low class and mostly eaten by just college students. The president of the company, who was sitting to my right was listening by way of a translator smiled, looked over at me and said "I like too."
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Tom McSkimming (tom.mcskimming@sofec.com)
Date:Wed 26 Aug 2009 05:31:18 PM EDT
 I first tried Hiroshima style in the Hiroshima Shinkansen Station in 1988, it was an incredible experience. I've since tried it in many places but it is getting difficult to find. The Osaka style is easier but not as good. I've tried this in places as varied as Hawaii and Abu Dhabi.
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t.lane (modbird@hotmail.com)
Date:Sun 09 Aug 2009 12:07:28 PM EDT
Subject:What a find
 I'm so glad I found this site !!! Thanks for the recipe, I have fond memories of a place in L.A. (on Beverly Blvd) in the early 80's that made the BEST okonomiyaki. I can't wait to try it @ home. Thanks for putting this up ! T PS: And you sell kits? how cool it this? I know, I'm a little excited.
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Rob (robburrows1980@gmail.com)
Date:Tue 10 Mar 2009 07:13:33 PM EDT
Subject:Wow, that is a good recipe.
 I've tried making okonomiyaki before and it turned out pretty well, but I tried following the one listed here and it turned out perfectly - it's as good as or better than I remember having in Tokyo. Thanks for the great recipe and info on the ingredients! Rob B.
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Ren Lewicky (renlewicky@yahoo.com)
Date:Mon 09 Mar 2009 05:25:28 PM EDT
Subject:Where's the best place to buy these ingredients in the South Bay area in California?
 I'd really like to try making this at home! Thanks, Ren
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OkonoMan (info@okonomiyaki.com)
Date:Thu 26 Feb 2009 11:40:56 AM EST
Subject:Welcome to the Forum
 This is a place where you can post your comments about Okonomiyaki. When did you first try it? Where is the best? What restaurants outside of Japan serve it? Thank You. OkonoMan.
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