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Gyudon | Japanese Beef Bowl

Gyudon | Japanese Beef Bowl

Gyudon is a Japanese beef bowl, and its name literally translates to "beef bowl". The bowl consists of rice covered with thin slices of beef and onion cooked in a savory sweet flavored sauce mixture made from soy sauce, dashi, and mirin. Gyudon is very popular in Japan for its cheap price and for being a filling, hearty meal. Gyudon is especially popular among businessmen who are the main customers of gyudon restaurants. More than restaurants, these gyudon stores are more like fast food. Yoshinoya is a popular gyudon fast food restaurant in Japan and outside of Japan, but Japan has several other competing chain gyudon places like Matsuya and Sukiya. These places allow you to customize your gyudon with toppings such as extra onions, raw egg, and amount of sauce you'd like in your bowl.

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