#JapanTrip13 Memories: Japanese Curry

Okay, I’ll admit. I’m not a big ramen or sushi guy. I’d eat it still though. My favourite Japanese cuisine…okay, Japanese-adopted cuisine is カレーライス, Japanese curry with rice. It has become one of my staple foods as well.  The sauce is perfect with the katsu chicken/pork.

My chance of eating curry was in Tokyo Station – at ホームメイドカレータイム (Homemade Curry Time). This curry bar is located near the Marunouchi South exit. This one is tourist/foreigner friendly. All you have to do is order your meal at a ticket machine, hand your ticket to one of the cooks inside, take your seat and your meal will be served to you. Quick and easy. The meal was nice too.

Homemade Curry Time in Tokyo Station. This was chicken katsu curry.
Homemade Curry Time in Tokyo Station. This was chicken katsu curry.

Again, back here home in Brisbane there are very decent eateries that serve Japanese curry. My personal favourite is Kadoya on Elizabeth St in the CBD. They used to have a store at Sunnybank but that closed down. Nonetheless, the curry Kadoya served at both places was awesome.

Chicken katsu curry at the now-closed Kadoya Sunnybank.
Chicken katsu curry at the now-closed Kadoya Sunnybank.

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