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Hanazen花善

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A restaurant and bento box lunch shop located in front of Odate Station in 1-Chome Onari-cho, Odate City. The restaurant serves torimeshi gozen chicken and rice meal which has been extremely popular for years, chazuke served with torimeshi broth, fried rice, chicken donburi rice bowls, and more. The restaurant also sells a variety of bento box lunches such as a torimeshi bento.

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Akita Odate-shi Onaricho 1-10-2 (JR Ouu Main Line Odate Ekimae) (Lake Towada / OdateArea)

phone 0186430870
place

[Restaurants] 10:00-14:30/[Bento] 6:30-19:00 (After 18:30, closes when sold out)

Review of Hanazen

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Reviewed:2019/12/02 花膳にて-At Hanazen-
鳥めしが有名で、近年は海外でも高く評価され外国人も多く訪れています。
味付けは昔から変わらず、ほどよく甘みもある炊き込みご飯は、絶品です。
Here is famous Tori-meshi and high evaluation for overseas thats why many forginer coming here.
Seasoning not changing from way...
Reviewed:2018/07/08 The best!!
This was literally the best bento we had on this Japan trip!! My son doesn’t care for rice, but he wanted more. Now writing this review, I have a sudden desire to eat this bento again!!
Reviewed:2019/12/07 だまっこ鍋も美味しい!
お昼どきに大館駅に到着して駅前にあるお店へ。12時前でしたが、すでにお店はまぁまぁの混んだ人数でした。鶏めしが有名だけど、秋田らしいものを食べてみたくて夫は鶏めし、私はだまっこ鍋を注文。鶏めしは注文してすぐにきますが、だまっこ鍋は注文して15分くらいかかります。どんな鍋か中身を知らなかったですが、お団子状のご飯玉がゴロゴロ入って、醤油ベースのお出汁とお野菜でとても美味しく頂いきました。女性一人では...

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Address
Akita Odate-shi Onaricho 1-10-2 (JR Ouu Main Line Odate Ekimae) [ map ]
Area
Lake Towada / OdateArea
Phone
0186430870
Hours
[Restaurants] 10:00-14:30/[Bento] 6:30-19:00 (After 18:30, closes when sold out)
Closed
open everyday
Parking Lot
Available

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          Famed for its sake and samurai, Akita prefecture offers quintessential Japanese culture in a non-touristy setting. Alongside the celebrated rice paddies and historical sites of the region lies dramatic natural scenery in the form of the rugged coastline of the Oga Peninsula and the Dakigaeri Gorge, best visited in autumn, when the leaves begin to change color.

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