No guarantor required! Weekly and monthly rates available. Good for short and long-term stay.
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.
- 2-7-27 Nishi-Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
- Contact No.
- 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
- 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
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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.
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.
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."