Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Oyakodon, Traditional Japanese Bowl Dish

      Last night, I cooked chicken and egg bowl, which is called oyakodon in Japanese. Oya means a parent, and ko means a child. Don means a bowl. Now, you can see that chicken and egg are a parent and child. :) It's very easy to make and delicious. If you would like to know the recipe, you can check out my previous entry, How to Make Oyakodon.

       By the way, I got these bowls at 3 COINS (300yen shop) in Japan two years ago. I still love these. :) Here is my previous entry, What I Got at 300yen Shop in Japan
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