Dam Rice Served at a Japanese Restaurant!


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When we were little, our mother would frequently tell us not to play with our food. This might be difficult in Japan, however, where restaurants have started offering visitors ‘damukare,’ a special Japanese rice and curry dish.

In damukare, the rice is shaped into a mighty dam that protects the diner’s dry food from a devastating flood of curry deliciousness.

Looks dam yummy to us!

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