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Mitsuwa Market Hosts a Tasty Japanese Fair Featuring Nagoya Cuisine

The third largest city in the country, Nagoya is the "Detroit" of Japan

Nothing screams summer like eating outrageous fried foods at an outdoor fair. Well Mitsuwa Marketplace, the largest Japanese supermarket chain in the country with a location in Torrance, is hosting a fair dedicated to Nagoya, a coastal manufacturing city in Japan.

That means there will be plenty of specialty foods to go around, with everything from Nagoya-style fried chicken wings (called tebasaki) with sweet soy sauce to eel bowls and sweet miso oden. You're definitely going to want to cool down with a fluffy mango shaved ice, too.

The fair will take place on July 29 and 30 at the massive Torrance marketplace, and could be a nice excuse to explore all the exceptional Japanese restaurants the South Bay has to offer.

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