Japanese Restaurants Serve ‘Dam Curry Rice’ That Will Flood Your Plate


In the latest strange and whimsical example of Japanese kitchen artistry, dams throughout Japan have begun 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.The actual meal was first seen in 1965, but it has developed as a trend relatively recently (from 2007 onwards).








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