For example, "Special Natural Unadon" sold at Rihga Royal Hotel Tokyo's Japanese restaurant "Naniwa" is priced at 9,240 yen. Besides, rice and thick eel, I think it's really delicious ...
Perhaps to deal with the “eel shortage”, alternatives such as “chicken kabayaki ” have appeared this year. It's true that you can taste the "eel mood" and it's delicious, but after all I want to eat eel ... I want to eat eel, even if it's a small amount.
Anyway, when I was looking for a product that I could easily eat, I went to a convenience store and got an idea!
Rice balls, aren't they ants?
I checked the "eel rice ball" at the convenience store. With this, you may be able to enjoy the day of the Ox of "eel ants" ...!?
Lawson sells "Aichi's delicious eels" (250 yen) using eels from Aichi and Isshiki Fish Plaza. It is an image of the second set of Nagoya's famous "Hitsumabushi", and it is a delicious dish with the flavors of wasabi, Japanese pepper, and bonito broth.
At FamilyMart, we sell chopped "Kabayaki", soy sauce-based eel sauce, and "Unagimeshi Sansho" (240 yen).
Headquartered in Hiroshima Prefecture, Poplar, which operates mainly in the Chugoku region, sells "Omusubi Hiyori Unagimeshi" (200 yen). It is said that the hitsumabushi rice contains cut kabayaki.
■ Three F
At Three F, which operates mainly in the Tokyo metropolitan area, nigiri sushi "Chilled eel / conger eel eating comparison set" (350 yen) is on sale. Although it is not a rice ball, it may be an ant as an easy-to-buy product.
Indeed, it seems that various "eel rice balls" are sold at each store. You can choose it nearby, or go to a store a little further away to "buy a jacket". For the time being, why don't you go to a nearby convenience store for lunch?
In addition, even at stores that do not sell "eel rice balls", pre-order sales of eel are also available. This year, the second ox on August 3rd is coming up, so the topic of eel is likely to continue for a while.
Speaking of eels, "eel ice cream" is on sale at the "Cup Ice Museum " in Nanja Town, which was reopened the other day. This may also be an effective means to deal with "eel shortage" ...?