The bee larvae claypot rice at Inua restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, is more expensive than sea urchin and highly nutritious, with a distinct nutty taste and texture. The bee larvae claypot rice at Inua restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, is more expensive than sea urchin and highly nutritious, with a distinct nutty taste and texture.
The bee larvae claypot rice at Inua restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, is more expensive than sea urchin and highly nutritious, with a distinct nutty taste and texture.

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The bee larvae claypot rice at Inua restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, is more expensive than sea urchin and highly nutritious, with a distinct nutty taste and texture. The bee larvae claypot rice at Inua restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, is more expensive than sea urchin and highly nutritious, with a distinct nutty taste and texture.
The bee larvae claypot rice at Inua restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, is more expensive than sea urchin and highly nutritious, with a distinct nutty taste and texture.
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