1. Cut konnyaku, daikon, and beef fillet into pieces as shown in the video.
2. In a large pan or Dutch oven, boil water and put daikon in it because it takes the longest time to cook.
3. Drop bonito soup stock in it. Mix well.
4. Throw beef slices in pan.
5. Put konnyaku next to the beef.
6. Then, throw fried fish cakes Satsuma, and gobo.
7. Place eggs right in the centre of the pan.
8. Pour mirin and soy sauce in it.
9. Shake beef pieces, and remove fat and foam if any floating on the top.
10. Cover pan with a lid, and boil for 30-45 minutes, or until daikon pieces are tender.
11. Transfer it to a serving platter, and serve oden immediately.
You can increase or decrease the amount of soup stock, mirin, and soy sauce depending on your taste.
Add sugar or increase mirin content if want oden to be on the sweeter side.