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46th Street November 29, 2009

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I took this picture when I played pool with my friend last night. I just love it and want to share it with you!

=Bowls= November 29, 2009

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4 types of bowls are on our lunch menu. All of them come with a miso soup.

Katsu Don(Pork Cutlet Bowl) $9.00

Simmered fried pork, egg, and onion. Scallion on the top.

Gyu Don(Beef Bowl) $8.75

Marinated beef and onion. Red ginger and scallion on the top.

It does not take time to cook Gyu don as much as Katsu don or Oyako don so we recommend you to have Gyu don when you do not have much time! Personally, I like to put a soft-boiled egg on the top and it goes very well with Gyu don!

Oyako Don(Chicken Egg Bowl) $8.75

Simmered chicken, egg, and onion. Scallion on the top.
literally, Oyako Don means Parent and child bowl in Japanese.

Ten Don(Tempura Bowl) $8.75
Comes with three shrimps and vegetable tempura. Tempura sauce on the top.

Thanksgiving is over and then… November 27, 2009

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Christmas is coming!

This is my favorite season of the year. I don’t like a cold weather during the winter season, but so the many lights shining and the songs give us feeling of warmth and happiness. We just started decorating our place today! I bought a chrismas tree after work and we are going to decorate it tomorrow. That should be fun. I can’t wait!

Yebisu Beer November 27, 2009

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Have you heard of Yebisu beer before? It is produced by Sapporo which is one of famous brewery in Japan.

Usually, it costs $7, but now we promote Yebisu so you can enjoy it at $4!

This is a limited campaign! There are only 120 bottles as of December 4!

Even on Thanksgiving… November 26, 2009

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We are open today from 12:00 like a weekend schedule!  Also, we will be open this weekend as usual too. Come to visit us if you don’t feel like eating Turkey!

Hope you have a great Thanksgiving!!

Weekend Special! November 26, 2009

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Our extra crispy meat dumpling, also known as Hane tsuki Gyoza in Japanese, is $4 on weekdays, but only Saturday and Sunday it costs $2! It is great for an appetizer and most of our customers starts their meal with this! 

That’s it? 

No! Also two famous Japanese beers, Sapporo draft & Kirin draft, are at half price($3) on Sat & Sun!  Beer goes very well with Gyoza! 

We hope to see you this weekend!!

Oden November 26, 2009

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Oden is one of typical dishes for a winter season.

Daikon Radish $1

boiled egg $1

Fried Tofu $1.50

Bean curd with a rice cake (Kinchaku) $2

 

Kami Nabe November 26, 2009

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Kami Nabe $6.95

This is called Kami Nabe which means Paper Pot in a direct translation. It comes with vegetables such as spinach, cabbage. and mushrooms, and sliced pork. Source tastes little sour and you can add grated radish and scallion on that if you would like to. Actually, the pot is made of a paper but it does not burn out. It seems amazing!

Dinner Special1 November 26, 2009

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Usually, we have more than 10 dinner specials that are written on two black boards hanging on the wall. These are some examples from them.

Simmered taro (aka dasheen) with ground beef (front) and simmered vegetables with boiled eggs (back).

One of the popular items on the menu! Chrysanthemum with mushrooms (front) and simmered potatoes and variety meats (back)

Unfortunately, sushi is not on the menu regularly, but usually there is some sashimi such as sardine, yellowtail, and fatty flesh of salmon on our dinner special menu.

Dried Fish November 26, 2009

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We have four kinds of stockfish on our menu.

Sardine
Sand fish
Hokkaido pike
Flounder

Personally, I recommend you to try a hokkaido pike, also known as Arabesque greenlin, or Hokke in Japanese. It tastes very good and goes well with Alcohol!