Baseball in Japan offers unique culinary delights

07/5/2009 | NYTimes.com

The ice cream and hot dogs are there, but taking in a baseball game in Japan affords foreign travelers the opportunity to try eclectic dishes, thanks to the plethora of concession stands around the stadiums. Amid the sushi and tofu are grilled eel, rice balls with egg, pickled vegetables, fried mashed-potato balls and takoyaki. And the best part? No lines.

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