Various nabe (hot pot) dishes are the most popular winter food in Japan. Here is a list of more dishes which keeps you warm on cold days.
Yosenabe is a kind of Japanese nabe (one-pot) dish. It literally means putting everything together in a pot. You can put various ingredients, such as fish, seafood, meats, and vegetables.
Mizutaki is a Japanese nabe (hot pot dishes.) Chicken and other ingredients are simply simmered in dashi soup. It's usually simmered at dining tables, and usually a pot is shared by some people.
Yudofu is a Japanese tofu hot pot. It's a simple but delicious tofu dish.
Oden is a popular Japanese hot pot, which includes daikon radish, hanpen (fish cakes), chikuwa (fish cakes), boiled eggs, konnyaku (yam cake), and more. These ingredients are simmered in kelp-based soup stock for hours.