Oden is a Japanese comfort food for a cold day. This Japanese-style hot pot has assorted fish cakes, daikon, slow cooked beef tendon skewer, konnyaku (yam cakes) and vegetables in a dashi broth.
Oden is a Japanese dish that is considered a winter staple and is often eaten together as a family.
Oden at Shiki
Where can I get Oden in Seattle?
If you search for Oden on Yelp, you'll find Shiki.
There are several places in Seattle where you can eat Oden, but I highly recommend eating here at Shiki because our Japanese chef "Ken-san" knows what true Japanese food tastes like.
When you go to a convenience store in Japan in winter, you can buy Oden. Japanese people eat it like a snack. Of course, Shiki's oden is a high quality food!
Oden at Convenience store
Oden goes well with sake
You can enjoy the sake hot or cold, depending on your preference.
We also offer sake, which you can enjoy with Oden. (Blog about our sake) Generally speaking, a hotdry sake is better for Oden. Warm the sake to 122°F and drink it, and you will enjoy the scent of both oden and sake.
Warm it up in the microwave for about 30 seconds.
Oden is a seasonal food (Autumn/Winter), so please call to order for $19.50! It would be great if a lot of people eat our Oden. Be sure to check out the sake too!