Roasted Rice Ball Tea-Soup "Nabekuni"


11 Yabinoichi Nishimachi Okinoshima-chō, Oki-gun, Shimane-ken
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Open Hours
1-12: Mon-Sun: - 11:00-20:00
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This restaurant is famous for their roasted rice ball tea-soup. Based on a traditional Japanese dish called ochazuke, this simple Japanese dish is made by pouring green tea, dashi (soup stock), or hot water over cooked rice, and is usually topped up with savory ingredients. The restaurant's original version uses a roasted rice ball. Oki’s brand of ochazuke was made famous when the Showa Emperor graced Oki with his presence, and enjoyed ochazuke with miso sauce and rice balls. Nabekuni is also famous for its unagi (eel) rice dish, which earns its reputation with its thick juicy slices of eel and secret sauce.