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NEW TOKYO TOKYO DISH ALERT: TERIYAKI MEATBALLS DONBURI

September 6, 2016 2 Comments

I just recently arrived from a 5-day vacation to Osaka, Japan with Jim and some of our friends. We originally went there to go to a music festival and watch some of our favorite bands (Radiohead! Weezer!). Really though, it’s also a food festival every time we fly to Japan. It was our fourth time to visit the Land of The Rising Sun and our second time in Osaka. Some people call it Osa-KAIN because of all the eating people end up doing there.

I had all of my favorite Japanese staples — sushi, sashimi (both with lots of wasabi!), tempura, katsudon, udon, curry, ramen, etc. HOW DO I SPELL IT OUT FOR YOU: I LOVE JAPANESE FOOD. HUHUHU. Jim and I may be back in Manila but we know where we can get our Japanese fix whenever we need it.

Donburi is a general term for Japanese dishes with meat and/or vegetables are served over a bowl of rice. It’s one of the best ways to satisfy a hungry tummy and Tokyo Tokyo has made it easy on our pockets to enjoy donburi meals!

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Last year, Tokyo Tokyo launched two variants for their Donburi Festival: the Cheesy Pork Katsu and Tofu Steak. This month, they are introducing another exciting flavor to their donburi line: Teriyaki Meatballs Donburi!

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This newest addition features juicy and savory tsukune meatballs with Japanese sauce and mayo served over a hot bowl of rice. Hungry yet? The meatballs are made with chicken seasoned with onion, salt and pepper. The misono vegetables, nitamago egg and onion leeks make this bowl extra tasty.

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The best part about the Teriyaki Meatballs Donburi is that it’s reasonably priced at only P145. Other donburi products available at Tokyo Tokyo are Pork Katsudon, Chicken Oyakodon, Beef Pepper Donburi, Tempura Donburi and Cheesy Pork Donburi.

Head on to the nearest Tokyo Tokyo store and try the new Teriyaki Meatballs Donburi. Tag @tokyotokyophilippines on Instagram and Facebook and @TokyoTokyoPHL on Twitter!

♥,
Saab

Saab

2 Comments

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    Kelly

    September 11, 2016

    Fourth time at Japan?
    But… the time Jim proposed (1). Your honeymoon (2). This one (3)… when was the other one? You did not blog about it? :-O o.O

    Itadakimasu!!!

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      Saab

      September 12, 2016

      Oops, yes, I didn’t blog about it! Early this year, I think, with my family and our family friends (The Bunagans). Didn’t I blog about it????? Ano ba yan.. Hahaha.

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