Osaka Ousho "Moritto Umai Hoi Kohan

Osaka Ohsho, a restaurant specializing in gyoza, will sell its second endangered rice dish, "Moritto Umai Hoi Kohan" for a limited time only. The release date is June 23. The price is 730 yen (including tax, the same below) with soup (soup is not included for take-out). The gyoza set is 970 yen in western Japan and 990 yen in eastern Japan. Sales will continue until August 7.

Motto Umai Hoi Ko Rice

Stir-fried pork and vegetables with sweet and spicy miso paste served over white rice and topped with a fried egg. The garlic and bean-paste sauce lures the appetite, and the cabbage, Chinese cabbage, and komatsuna vegetables make for a hearty meal. It is a dish that will keep you coming back for more.

Tokyo Endangered Meal

Hui Kho Rice, a hearty Chinese dish full of nutrients, has long been a favorite in a certain area of Tokyo's student district, and is a "Hall of Fame-level rice with vitality" for those in the know. This is the second endangered food to be released, with the hope that it will be passed on to the future.

Osaka Osho

Osaka Ohsho is a gyoza specialty restaurant established in Kyobashi, Osaka in September 1969. It celebrated its 50th anniversary in September 2019.