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Mitsuru Sushi and Grill

Who doesn’t want to spend $2 on a snack you can walk around with and stuff your face? Welcome to Mitsuru—home of the imagawayaki, a stuffed-then-grilled mini pancake usually served at festivals. This little cafe in the Village Plaza has plenty of other Japanese treats worth ordering, but that line outside is there for those addictive little red bean cakes and so are you.

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