Saturday, November 15, 2014

Hanamaruken's Bowl of Happiness & Drunk Man Rice Bowl


We had a delightful food experience at the Hanamaruken branch in Trinoma Mall, the first branch in the Philipines. It started to operate just last year. It was a treat from a great Japanese restaurant that originated in Osaka, Japan.

Hanamaruken was founded in 1982 by a Japanese butcher and meat seller in Osaka named, Takaku Arakawa. The resto is a subsidiary of his Arakawa Pork Company, a reputable supplier of premium meat in Osaka, Japan. His dishes became so popular in Osaka that people are falling in lines patiently waiting for their turn to be ... (Read and see more photos here)

A serving of happiness and another for a drunken man
Ice green tea and Japanese tea

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