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Buta Don Hanatokachi豚丼のはなとかち

Other Beef Bowl / Rice Bowl

Buta Don Hanatokachi is a specialist Buta Don (Pork Bowl) restaurant with a distinctive yellow sign outside, located around seven minutes’ walk from Obihiro Station. It was originally an ordinary Japanese restaurant, but when Buta Don was added to the menu the restaurant rapidly acquired a word-of-mouth reputation as having high-quality, reasonably-priced Buta Don, and it became very popular. The loin roll meat used to make the restaurant’s Buta Don is marbled pork, which can be obtained from only around 3% of Hokkaido pigs. To satisfy customers who want to be able to eat both marbled pork and boned rib, Buta Don Hanatokachi introduced “Half-boned Buta Don,” which has become a famous dish. Please note that on weekends and public holidays Buta Don Hanatokachi is very busy, and it may be necessary to queue for a table.


Hokkaido Obihiroshi Odoriminami 12-2-4 Kawarami Building 1F (Obihiro / TokachiArea)

phone 0155213680

[Monday-Saturday]11:00-15:00, 18:00-19:00
[SundayPublic holiday]11:00-19:00

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Hokkaido Obihiroshi Odoriminami 12-2-4 Kawarami Building 1F [ map ]
Obihiro / TokachiArea
[Monday-Saturday]11:00-15:00, 18:00-19:00
[SundayPublic holiday]11:00-19:00
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