"Yurin-an" TKG becomes Musashino Marche

From July 5th, "Tamago kake gohan" from the old folk house cafe "Yurin-an" in the Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter will be offered at Tokyu Department Store Kichijoji and Musashino Marche on the 3rd floor. You can eat TKG, which is so popular that you can make a line, at Kichijoji.

"Yurin-an" TKG becomes Musashino Marche
You can eat it at Kichijoji, a TKG in Kurashiki where you can line up.

"Tamago kake gohan" is offered at the limited-time shop "Bikando" with the concept of "really good food in Okayama and Kurashiki". It will be sold as a featured product of this shop, which handles selected products excavated around Okayama prefecture.

"Yurin-an" TKG becomes Musashino Marche
"Bikando" main store in Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter

The feature of this "rice with egg" is that we are particular about the ingredients carefully selected in Okayama and Kurashiki. The rice is "Asahi rice" from Okayama prefecture, which is grown by Kimura-style natural cultivation without pesticides and fertilizers. The main eggs are those raised in Kurashiki's poultry farm. The soy sauce used as a seasoning is the original yellow leek soy sauce made in collaboration with a long-established soy sauce shop.

"Yurin-an" TKG becomes Musashino Marche
"Yellow leek soy sauce" using Okayama's specialty yellow leek What kind of taste is it?

At the limited-time shop, there are plenty of toppings that are not available at the main store in the Bikan Historical Quarter. There is also a topping menu unique to Okayama, such as jersey butter from Hiruzen Plateau, Jibie meat miso from Okayama, and Genovese sauce from Setouchi seaweed.

■ Overview of Bikandou store opening
Exhibition period: From July 5th to August 31st, 2019 Business hours: 10:00 to 20:00 (similar to Tokyu Department Store Kichijoji)
Main items for sale:
・ Eat-in food and drink such as "tamago kake gohan" ・ Sweets from Okayama such as "Kibidan Financier" ・ Confit using materials from Okayama and Setouchi ・ Confit using Jibie from Okayama ・ Pouch using tatami mats from Kurashiki Miscellaneous goods, new Bizen-yaki, container