Rice omelets (オムライス or omuraisu) are one of Japan's favorite dishes. But you know what makes them better? Zombies, that's what.
This is omurice.
If you've seen anime, you've probably seen omurice pop up somewhere. Often, people write messages in ketchup.
Sometimes the messages are romantic or cute. Sometimes, they're funny. This says, "I hate mommy."
Then, there is ketchup art.
Last Friday on Halloween, Japanese Twitter users uploaded photos of their "zombie rice omelets," which is typical omurice, but with a twist: little sausages for zombie fingers.
But, while you might see more zombie rice omelets during Halloween, some people make them whenever they're in the mood for zombies.
If you are interested in trying out your own omurice, here is a good recipe.
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