Hokkyokusei, Shinsaibashi

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Hokkyokusei is the birthplace of the popular Western-influenced food, omurice. Omurice is a dish where ketchup flavored fried rice is wrapped in a thin omelet. This Western-influenced dish is very popular throughout Japan. They serve over 10 kinds of omurice including Chicken Omurice (basic omurice with ketchup flavored chicken fried rice), Hayashi Omurice (omurice with demi-glace sauce) and Kinoko Omurice (mushroom omurice). This restaurant is very popular with foreign visitors.

Address
2-7-27 Nishi-Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
Contact No.
+81-6-6211-7829
Access
5-min walk from Exit 25, Namba Station on subway Midosuji Line
Opening Hours / Holidays
(Monday-Friday) 11:30-22:00 (L.O.21:30) (Saturday, Sunday and National holiday) 11:00-22:00 (L.O.21:30)
Official Website
http://hokkyokusei.jp/
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
Average price per person: 1,000-2,000 yen for lunch and dinnerMenu: Chicken Omurice 780 yen, Hayashi Omurice 1,200 yenCredit cards accepted

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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Birthplace of Omurice

In 1925, the former owner chef contemplated a new recipe for a customer who always ordered an omelette and rice. He wanted to serve his customer something new. The chef sauteed onion and mushroom with ketchup and wrapped it with a thin omelette. The dish was a big hit! That was the moment of birth of omurice, omelette + rice = omurice.

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Most Popular Simple Chicken Omurice

The restaurant offers various kinds of omurice, but the most popular one is Chicken Omurice (780 yen). Chicken and mushroom fried rice is wrapped with a fluffy thin omelette served with mild homemade tomato sauce. Each element is simple yet complements each other.

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Evolved Western Dish: Hayashi Omurice

The popular Hayashi Omurice (1,200 yen) is butter rice wrapped with a thin omelette served with Hayashi sauce (tomato flavor demi-glace sauce). The beef sauce goes very well with the simple omurice making this a nostalgic "Japanese Western cuisine."

Source:食べログ

Hokkyokusei, Shinsaibashi

Hokkyokusei is the birthplace of the popular Western-influenced food, omurice. Omurice is a dish where ketchup flavored fried rice is wrapped in a thin omelet. This Western-influenced dish is very popular throughout Japan. They serve over 10 kinds of omurice including Chicken Omurice (basic omurice with ketchup flavored chicken fried rice), Hayashi Omurice (omurice with demi-glace sauce) and Kinoko Omurice (mushroom omurice). This restaurant is very popular with foreign visitors.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Birthplace of Omurice

In 1925, the former owner chef contemplated a new recipe for a customer who always ordered an omelette and rice. He wanted to serve his customer something new. The chef sauteed onion and mushroom with ketchup and wrapped it with a thin omelette. The dish was a big hit! That was the moment of birth of omurice, omelette + rice = omurice.

Source:食べログ

Most Popular Simple Chicken Omurice

The restaurant offers various kinds of omurice, but the most popular one is Chicken Omurice (780 yen). Chicken and mushroom fried rice is wrapped with a fluffy thin omelette served with mild homemade tomato sauce. Each element is simple yet complements each other.

Source:食べログ

Evolved Western Dish: Hayashi Omurice

The popular Hayashi Omurice (1,200 yen) is butter rice wrapped with a thin omelette served with Hayashi sauce (tomato flavor demi-glace sauce). The beef sauce goes very well with the simple omurice making this a nostalgic "Japanese Western cuisine."

Source:食べログ

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