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Imagawayaki (今川焼き) is a Japanese dessert often found at Japanese festivals in Kanto. Traditionally it is filled with sweet azuki bean paste, but a wider variety of fillings can be used.

Its name came from its original shop location, the Imagawa Bridge, in the Edo Period.[1]

It is known as Obanyaki in Kansai or Jimanyaki in Nagano.

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  1. "Imagawayaki 今川焼き (Obanyaki 大判焼き) • Just One Cookbook". Just One Cookbook. 2017-08-23. Retrieved 2018-07-26.