Canned omelette?! Sounds like something out of an army survival kit, right? Anywhere else it would be, but this is Japan so expect eggs so fluffy they remind you of a good cake (sweet too) carefully cooked in dashi stock, one of Japanese cuisine's essential ingredients and packaged by the canned goods specialist Mr. Kanso. The name of the dish is dashimaki (in Kyoto) or tamagoyaki (in Tokyo) and you have certainly tasted it at your favorite sushi restaurant: yes, it's the same omelette used in sushi!
The Canned Dashimaki Japanese Omelette is a set of six cans by Mr. Kanso, so if you don't get it here, you won't get it anywhere. Open a can and discover that all eggs really aren't created the same. In Japan, things are done differently but unbelievably tasty!
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