The Best Fried Rice In Town

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Kagetsu  is the best place to go if you’re looking to get some good fried rice while in Japan! … And I will argue you down if you say different, lol. My family goes to Kagetsu at least once a week! It’s so cheap; an order of fried rice (which comes with onion soup) and gyoza cost about ¥860! I think that’s an awesome deal!  Even though, fried rice is all I order when we go, there are other things to choose from, like: ramen.

One of the things I find cool about Kagetsu is the ticket vending machine! It’s fast and simple. Place your money into the machine, choose what you want, then a little ticket with your ordered on it pops out from the bottom. You can sit wherever there is space and a waitress will come bring you water and collect your tickets.

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The rice comes on a hot plate with eggs on the bottom, green onions, and butter on top. Once you get your food, you have to mix it using two giant ( okay, not giant but big) spoons. You want to mix your food while the plate is sizzling hot, so it will cook properly. The process is so fast, that I never have enough time to snap a picture of mixing it.. Maybe I’ll try next week! (You know, since I go so much, lol.)

Kagetsu is fast, cheap, and just plain ol’ good! With so many Kagetsu restaurants around, I’m quite sure you will be able to find one without any troubles! 

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Ramen!


So Tell Me…

Do you like fried rice? Or Gyoza and Ramen?
Do you have a favorite place to get good food at a reasonable price?

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11 thoughts on “The Best Fried Rice In Town

  1. I absolutely love Japanese food! I regularly have overnight stays at Japan especially at the Narita airport area, Kansai area, and Nagoya airport area. Are there nearby Kagetsu places there?

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  2. Fried Rice is my Daughter FAVORITE! and I love Onion Soup! That Ticket machine sure does look like a fun way to place an order-I like that you pay right away-NO Waiting for the check-here in the US sometimes that can take just as long as your meal!

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