日本の駅弁 Japanese Ekiben

Japanese Ekiben Special lunch boxes bought at Japanese train stations only
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Ikameshi, Soy Sauce Simmered Cuttlefish stuffed with Mochi Glutinous Rice. Well-known as a Regional Specialty and an Ekiben (Railway Bento Box) Meal of Hokkaido, Northern Japan. |いか飯

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This is a kanizushi (crabmeat sushi) bento bought and consumed on the Hokuriku Honsen line going from Kanazawa to Echigo Yuzawa, along the Japan Sea side of the country. It’s a chirashizushi - a bed of sushi rice with tons of sweet cooked crabmeat on top. I thought about saving the cute crab shaped baran, but it was a bit too crabby.

This is a kanizushi (crabmeat sushi) bento bought and consumed on the Hokuriku Honsen line going from Kanazawa to Echigo Yuzawa, along the Japan Sea side of the country. It’s a chirashizushi - a bed of sushi rice with tons of sweet cooked crabmeat on top. I thought about saving the cute crab shaped baran, but it was a bit too crabby.

oshizushi (pressed sushi) purchased at Matsumoto Station, in Nagano prefecture. All the fish used here is pre-processed (salted or marinated in vinegar).

oshizushi (pressed sushi) purchased at Matsumoto Station, in Nagano prefecture. All the fish used here is pre-processed (salted or marinated in vinegar).

When you take the lid off the pot of the “Tohge-no-Kamameshi” ekiben, you find chestnuts, burdock, apricots and other produce atop a warm bed of rice. When you have finished the Tohge-no-Kamameshi ekiben, you can take the container home and use it as a bowl for side dishes or for storing miscellaneous items.

When you take the lid off the pot of the “Tohge-no-Kamameshi” ekiben, you find chestnuts, burdock, apricots and other produce atop a warm bed of rice. When you have finished the Tohge-no-Kamameshi ekiben, you can take the container home and use it as a bowl for side dishes or for storing miscellaneous items.

"Ekiben of the Year" (2nd place): "Hirekatsu to tamago no poketto sando" (a box of pork fillet cutlet and egg sandwiches, 470 yen) from Tonkatsu Maisen. (Photo courtesy of Tetsudo Kaikan Co.)

"Ekiben of the Year" (2nd place): "Hirekatsu to tamago no poketto sando" (a box of pork fillet cutlet and egg sandwiches, 470 yen) from Tonkatsu Maisen. (Photo courtesy of Tetsudo Kaikan Co.)

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