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Namerō (Japanese: なめろう, derived from なめる - 舐める [nameru] or "to lick") is a type of tataki, a manner of preparing fish or meat finely minced and mixed with some spices and seasonings, not unlike a tartare.[1][2][3][4]

This recipe has been passed down among Bōsō Peninsula fishermen.

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