Updated: November 06, 2018
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Healthy Japanese Style Meal Set Experience at Obon de Gohan!

Obon de Gohan is a cafe chain where they serve healthy Teishoku set. Teishoku is a Japanese style meal set where you can enjoy a variety of dishes served on a tray. Let's find out what Obon de Gohan has to offer!

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Obon de Gohan

Obon de Gohan is a cafe chain that serves delicious and healthy dishes. You can choose the main dish from 20 different menus and the type of rice from three different kinds. They also offer a variety of desserts including galette and ice creams. They provide nutritious and well-balanced dishes, so if you are looking for a place to have healthy lunch or dinner, you should definitely check this place out!

Menu

They have 3 different Teishoku menus: meat, fish and vegetables & tofu. They also have salad plate as well as Donburi (rice bowl), udon and dashi chazuke (rice with hot tea and toppings). Their Teishoku is available around the price of ¥1000~1,600.
Wondering how to order? You just have to choose the main dish and types of rice, and that's pretty much it! It also comes with few side dishes and miso soup. If you want some desserts, you can have a dessert with additional ¥216. If you pay extra ¥206 then you will get a drink of your choice! It is recommended to order a drink set because drink itself usually costs at least ¥450.
They also serve different kinds of drink menu. They have different kinds of tea drinks like latte, ice cream floats and milk tea, and some coffee. They even have alcohol too!
The numbers of dessert options that they have is one of the reasons why they are really popular among women! They have crepes made of buckwheat, with Japanese flavors like Houjicha tiramisu, matcha ice cream and red beans, salted caramel ice cream and sesame, and more! They also have parfaits, cakes and ice creams!

Lastly...

They only have Japanese website available for store location information, but definitely check the link below to find out Obon de Gohan near you! They have a branch at Narita airport.
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