Tagged: Donburi

Itoko Don using Salmon and Ikura 0

Donburi: What are Itoko Don and Tanin Don?

As you may already know, “Donburi (丼)”, literally meaning “bowl”, is the Japanese word for “rice bowl dish”, and the representative variety includes “Una-Don (鰻丼: Unagi Eel Donburi)”, “Katsu-Don (カツ丼: Pork Cutlet Donburi)”, and...

Bakudan Donburi 0

Donburi Dish: What is Bakudan Don?

“Donburi (丼)”, literally meaning “bowl”, is the Japanese word for “rice bowl dish”, which is usually abbreviated to “Don (丼)” in the dish name. Meanwhile, “Bakudan (ばくだん, 爆弾)” actually means “bomb” in Japanese, but...

Oyako Don 0

The Difference: Oyakodon vs Katsudon

As you may know, the word “Donburi (丼)” has 2 meanings; one refers to a bowl called “Donburi-Bachi (丼鉢)” that is deep and usually made from ceramic material, and the other refers to a...