The Bowl is full of Happiness

Hey! It’s Daichi! Thanks for reading and like, always!

Yesterday, my lunch was fantastic O ya ko do n(親子丼 means Chicken and egg bowl)! Do you know that? This is the photo I ate.


This is the best one I’ve ever had in my life.

This restaurant is in Ginza and at the top of famous Ramen shop that a lot of people always make a long line. (Actually, I and Kenta is going to eat this Ramen. So, look forward!)

○勝(ma ru ka tsu) :

But, actually “he” is here. Yes, everyone know who see always our blog he is “Syokkenki “. But, today is so easy!


O ya ko do n is 親子丼

If you know it, you can choose and eat O ya ko do n!

In addition, 特上 means rich and special.

Then, 塩(shi o)means salt.

As you can see, you can choose one from Special O ya ko do n or another one flavored with salt.

Then, two big buttons are written name’s chicken.

鶏 ,鳥, or とり(to ri) means chicken and bird. The three patterns are same sounds.

信玄(shingen) is I don’t know well. Maybe, a kind of rich chicken.

Yeah! Now you can push the button you would like to eat one. I really would you like to eat it in this restaurant. I’m sure that you say definitely “oh my god, thanks Daichi “.haha But, I thought this restaurant may be high price because this O ya ko do n is so rich. Actually, there are a lot of restaurants in Japan. The restaurants named なか卵(Na ka u). In there, you can eat good O ya ko do n easily. Na ka u is everywhere in Tokyo and Japan.

Have a try! And feel happiness of Oyakodon!

Thank you for reading!

Have a good day!


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