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Hakone Black Eggs

Posted by
Hoshisato (Dippach, Luxembourg) on 23 March 2012 in Food & Cuisine.

The shop on top of the mountain that sells the black eggs (黒玉子) cooked in the volcanic pools of Owakudani. The eggs go in white but come out black due to the reaction with the sulphurous water. The temperature of the pool is 80C/176F, well above the temperature an eggs cooks. For 500¥ you get 5 warm, hard-boiled eggs and a bit of salt. Each egg is supposed to add 7 years to your life and they're really tasty!

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PENTAX MZ-S ISO 50

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AuBuchon from Camdenton, United States

Has a nostalgia look ... nice

23 Mar 2012 12:05pm

PENTAX MZ-S
ISO 50

2009
japan
hakone