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A big portion and juicy tonteki (port steak) are offered for lunch. Customers can enjoy a tasty Japanese sake lineup for dinner. Immediately after the Great East Japan Earthquake, based on a passion for supporting Fukushima, the Omori Dangan (bullet) Tour (selling of Japanese sake, vegetables, and rice made in Fukushima at 13 neighboring restaurants) is held on Saturday of April prior to Japan’s so-called “Golden Week” each year.
Immediately after the Great East Japan Earthquake, I was moved by a zestful feeling when I realized that the Omori Dangan (bullet) Tour was based on the idea that everything should be done by the restaurants for Fukushima. Juicy pork and sweet superb sauce are mixed with tonteki (pork steak), which go well with rice.
|Restaurant/shop name||Sobadokoro Hakuan|
|Address||1F Omori Hakuan Building 1-29-1 Omori-kita, Ota-ku|
|Nearest station||JR Keihin-Tohoku Line Omori Station|
|Opening hours||Weekdays 11:00 a.m. through 12:00 a.m. (8:00 p.m. through 12:00 a.m. = open only for the Japanese sake bar counter)|
|Closed||Sunday and national holiday|
|Average price||Lunch: ¥1,000-; Dinner: ¥4,000-|
*This restaurant information is valid as of March 2020.
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