🍁What is IMO-NI?
IMO-NI is a traditional autumn dish from the Tohoku region of Japan. It is a soup made of taro and other ingredients such as pork and carrots.
🍁How is IMO-NI popular?
In autumn, taro soup sets are sold at supermarkets and convenience stores. It is also common to rent a set of pots, firewood, and rush mats for IMO-NI.
🍁Guinness World Records!
The largest IMO-NI party in Japan has been recorded by the Guinness Book of Records as the “Most soup served in 8 hours.” At this event, IMO-NI is made using an excavator.
🍁Conflict over true IMO-NI
Each region has its own tradition of IMO-NI. Therefore, there are factions of IMO-NI in each area, and there may or may not be conflicts…
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