Omurice

Dine on Tokyo’s Most Unique Omurice Plates at Kanda Tamagoken in Shinjuku

Omurice, or omelette rice, is a dish that boasts immense popularity in Japan, to the extent that events are held to determine the best-tasting ones. Its charm has also spread to international visitors to Japan, and as a new trend in Japanese cuisine, its popularity only continues to grow. “ハンバーグオム,” Hamburger Steak Omelette Rice 1,290 JPY (tax included) Kanda Tamagoken’s…

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Picoti Picota Near Tokyo Station Is a Must for Cheese Lovers! Their Fluffy Omurice Is a Delicious Masterpiece!

Conveniently located within walking distance of Tokyo Station is the Nihombashi Takashimaya S.C. (short for shopping center). The facility boasts over 100 shops, including high-end brands and restaurants, making it a popular destination for both locals and many visitors from overseas. In the shopping center’s annex, you’ll find the restaurant “Picoti Picota NIHOMBASHI Takashimaya S.C.” (hereinafter referred to as “Picoti…

Get a Taste of Japan’s Long-Beloved Western Cuisine at Sandaime Taimeiken Right in Ueno Station

In Japan, Western-style dishes known as yōshoku are just as popular as Japanese cuisine. Yoshoku essentially refers to a category of Japanese cuisine that is influenced by Western-cooking and recipes. One of the signature dishes of yoshoku is omelette-topped rice, known as omurice, and it’s started to attract more international visitors to the country with the appeal of a “new…

Cafe Frangipani in Roppongi, Tokyo: A Social Media Darling with Amazing Omurice and Unique Ice Cream

Omelette-rice, also known as omurice, is a Japanese dish consisting of an omelette made with fried rice—usually chicken fried rice—and thin, fried scrambled eggs. It’s loved by generations from children to adults. While it’s a mainstream dish here in Japan, it’s still a minor presence in other countries. Umami bites writer Bensky recounts that, until he first visited Tokyo, he…

Shibuya’s Secret Spot for Scrumptious Cheesecakes: nurikabe cafe SSS

Tucked away in Tokyo’s Shibuya ward, “nurikabe cafe SSS” offers a charming escape, an enchanting atmosphere and outstanding cheesecakes that have earned acclaim on social media. The ‘SSS’ in the name, pronounced esurī, stands for its “Shibuya” location while hinting at its “Specialty” offerings and unique “Space” with a secret hideaway vibe. “minichii(ピスタチオ),” minichii (Pistachio) 380 JPY apiece (tax included)…