Information of Shops

shop of omelet


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Nishiki Hirano

This Nishiki Market delicatessen has been in business for over 100 years, carefully preparing seasonal dishes one by one every morning. Dashi stock made from bonito and kelp is used to give the dishes a gentle and satisfying taste. The most popular item at this store is the dashimaki omelet using this dashi. You can enjoy the fluffy dashimaki in the store’s dining space.

  • deli
  • omelet
  • obanzai
  • restaurant

Tanaka Keiran

Tanaka Keiran has been in business for 87 years, committed solely to making dashimaki omelets. When you take a bite of their dashimaki and chew it lightly, you can feel the delicious broth seeping out. The dashi stock and the egg create a deep flavor without using any chemical seasonings, additives, or sugar. And the way the omelet is made fluffy though having more dashi than usual is what one would call a professional's technique.

  • deli
  • omelet

Miki Keiran

Founded in 1928, this store specializing in dashimaki omelets has been in business for more than 90 years. The copper, rectangular pans lined up in a row are much longer than those for home-use. The eggs and seasoned dashi stock are placed in the pan and rolled quickly from the front to the back over high heat, a technique that is truly the work of a skilled artisan. This method of cooking is called "kyomaki (Kyoto-style roll)," and is unique to Kyoto.

  • deli
  • omelet
  • Japanese sweets

To everyone visiting Nishiki Market Request and information

Please refrain from walking while eating as it may cause trouble or trouble.
Please enjoy it in front of the store where you purchased it or inside the store.