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A Japanese dish of steamed, fermented soybeans, with a sticky texture and strong flavour.
Early 20th century. From Japanese nattō from na(t)- to keep in store, to supply (perhaps here representing nassho temple office from na(t)- + -sho place) + -tō bean; all elements from Middle Chinese.
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