Experience Japan’s Unique Burgers in Tokyo at Rice Burger Shop OKOMEDOKI – Wi-Fi and Power Included

Born in Japan, the rice burger swaps traditional bread buns for rice, encasing delicious fillings. “Rice Burger Shop OKOMEDOKI,” situated in the trendy Shibuya neighborhood of Tokyo, stands out as one of the rare eateries dedicated to this hybrid creation, serving up these burgers which have a close affinity with Japanese cuisine.


A burger with rice?! The “OKD Double Cheese Burger”

The “OKD Double Cheese Burger” is a rice burger known for its substantial and hearty portion. It’s loaded with karubi (from the Korean word galbi), namely boneless short beef rib meat. It also contains bacon, lettuce, tomato, cheese, and onion, all smothered in a delicious blend of an original onion mayonnaise sauce and a parsley sauce.

Photo of the OKD Double Cheese Burger

“おこめどきベーコンチーズバーガー,” OKD Double Cheese Burger 1,750 JPY (tax included)

The karubi meat pairs wonderfully with the zesty parsley sauce, complementing the rice buns so well that you’ll want to dive right in.

Photo of preparing the OKD Double Cheese Burger

Adding the parsley sauce

The rice for these burgers is freshly cooked on-site and shaped into buns using special equipment.

Photo of rice burger preparation

This process retains the rice’s chewy texture, creating an enjoyable contrast with the crisp nori seaweed.

Photo of rice burger preparation

The shop features two types of rice buns: white rice buns made with Nagano’s Kaze Sayaka rice and multi-grain rice buns, offered on a rotating weekly basis. Kaze Sayaka rice, known for its rich flavor and sweetness, is an excellent choice for rice burgers. As for the multi-grain rice, it’s a special blend of Japanese ingredients such as germinated brown rice, adzuki beans, and barley, offering a nutritious and healthy option that is sure to satisfy health-conscious customers.

Photo of the OKD Double Cheese Burger

“Gammo Vegan Burger” made with domestic soybeans: a novel spin on a traditional Japanese food

The “Gammo Vegan Burger” features a novel take on ganmodoki (often abbreviated as ganmo), a traditional Japanese soybean-based alternative to meat. Lettuce, tomato, and onion play supporting roles. It’s an animal-free burger suitable for vegans.

Photo of the Gammo Vegan Burger

“ギャンモライスバーガー,” Gammo Vegan Burger 1,690 JPY (tax included)

Ganmodoki provides a hearty and satisfying texture, offering a deeply fulfilling eating experience. Its rich flavor, enhanced by the sweet and spicy teriyaki sauce, pairs excellently with rice.

Photo of the Gammo Vegan Burger

Every rice burger is served with a side of French fries. These fries are coated in rice flour, allowing them to maintain a crisp texture even when cooled. If you find the fries to your liking, no worries! You can get more since they’re available to order à la carte!

Photo of French fries

Rice meets grilled salmon in the “Salmon Teriyaki Burger”

The “Salmon Teriyaki Burger” enjoys enduring popularity at Rice Burger Shop OKOMEDOKI. This staple combines salmon, lettuce, tomato, and onion.

Photo of the Salmon Teriyaki Burger

“てりやきサーモンバーガー,” Salmon Teriyaki Burger 1,380 JPY (tax included)

Its seasoning, an irresistible teriyaki sauce, makes you want to savor every bite. The salmon is soft and drenched in plenty of teriyaki sauce.

Photo of the Salmon Teriyaki Burger

Bensky, a member of the Umami bites editorial team from the USA, the birthplace of the burger, was amazed by the flavor of these rice burgers.


These are burgers you can only get in Japan, truly unique Japanese creations! I think you’ll enjoy them no matter what country you’re from.

Offering a different experience from traditional hamburgers or onigiri rice balls, these made-in-Japan burgers provide a distinct culinary adventure. This original Japanese taste experience is likely to gain more fame going forward.

Photo of Bensky enjoying a rice burger


Store name ライスバーガー専門店 おこめどき
Rice Burger shop OKOMEDOKI
Address 5-29-10, Jingūmae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Access Shibuya Station(SBY)5-minute walk from Shibuya Station Exit B1
  • JR Yamanote Line(JY20)
  • JR Saikyō Line(JA10)
  • JR Shōnan Shinjuku Line(JS19)
  • Tōkyū Tōyoko Line(TY01)
  • Tōkyū Den-en-toshi Line(DT01)
  • Keiō Inokashira Line(IN01)
  • Tokyo Metro Ginza Line(G01)
  • Tokyo Metro Hanzōmon Line(Z01)
  • Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line(F16)
Phone number 03-6803-8956
Reservations Accepted
Phone, Official website, Tabelog, Gurunavi, Reserve with Google
  • Cash not accepted
  • Credit card(Master・VISA)
  • Transportation-related electronic payment not accepted
  • Electronic payment not accepted
  • QR code payment(au PAY・PayPay)
Service charge/Table charge None
Hours 11:30-19:00(last order18:30)
Closed Monday
Seating 37 seats
6 counter seats, 31 table seats
Smoking All seats are non-smoking
Official website https://okomedoki.com/jingumae/shibuya/tokyo/
Other information
  • Only menus with English and Japanese language are available
  • Vegetarian and vegan menus are available; please ask staff about allergy-friendly and halal menus
  • Wheelchair-accessible
  • Take-out and delivery services are available
  • Luggage storage space is available
  • Wi-Fi is available
  • Posting of food photos and videos on SNS is allowed
  • Please ask staff about separate billing

※Menu contents, prices, store information, etc. are current as of January 2024.