Source: CProp_info Bird Carrying Traditional Furoshiki Bag Stands Tall In Japanese Curry Plate 2016-10-24 Mon 2016-10-24 Mon It’s really hard to tell how to start eating this Japanese curry plate. The dish itself is nothing too fancy, just that the rice usually found at the bottom of the plate morphs into a tall bird neck in the center, carrying a traditional “furoshiki” bag made of green veggies on its back. CProp_info This may seem like an awkward shape for curry rice, but the bird has gained fame and might soon take its spot above typical Japanese curries. The bird is a Ruroshiki Java sparrow, a character at the Kotori Cafe known to be a kind hearted bird who likes to travel, and always brings his green furoshiki bag on his trips. The Kotori cafe couldn’t think of a better way to present this adorable Java sparrow but on their menu. Perhaps not surprisingly, it became a hit. The Furoshiki Java Sparrow Curry is limited to 10 dishes per day at the Kichijyoji store from October 22nd to 26th. If you are not able to catch the early bird, they also sell their adventerous Ruroshiki Java sparrow plushie online. CProp_info Kotori Cafe 〒181-0013 Tokyo, Mitaka, Shimorenjaku, 1 Chome−14−7 By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:CProp_info Tags: Curry grape Japan Bird Carrying Traditional Furoshiki Bag Stands Tall In Japanese Curry Plate Related Article Cat In Japan Expresses Extreme Dislike For Owner’s Curry, Breaks Their Heart We Found An Extra Large Helping of Curry at Go Go Curry Japanese People Think Of ONE THING When They See This Have Your Curry On The Go With Haneda Airport’s New Cup Servings Of “Walking Curry” Pizza Hut Japan serves up Keema curry and flaming meat sauce pie for summer Japan’s New Curry Rice Cooker Lets You Cook Curry And Rice At The Same Time!