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Omelette Rice (Japanese: オムライス Omuraisu, "Omurice") is a food item that the player can cook. The recipe for Omelette Rice is obtainable from Shimura Kanbei in Shimura's (located in Inazuma City, Inazuma).

Depending on quality, Omelette Rice decreases Stamina depleted by climbing and sprinting for all party members by 15/20/25% for 900 seconds. Like most foods, this has no effect for other players in Co-Op Mode.

Recipe

  • Item Bird Egg.png 4 Bird Egg
  • Item Rice.png 3 Rice
  • Item Tomato.png 2 Tomato
  • Item Sugar.png 1 Sugar
  • Creates Omelette Rice Omelette Rice ×1

    Trivia

    • This dish refers to omurice (Japanese: オムライス omuraisu, lit. "ome[lette] rice"), fried rice wrapped in fried scrambled eggs, usually with tomato ketchup. It is one of the representative dishes of youshoku (lit. "oversea dish"), or Western-influenced Japanese cuisine.
      • There are two competing theories for its origin. One theory says it was invented in 1925 by Hokkyokutei, a restaurant in Osaka. Meanwhile, another theory says it was invented by Rengatei, a restaurant in Tokyo, by drawing an inspiration from chakin-zushi (sushi wrapped in a thin egg layer). Curiously, chakin-zushi appears too in the game as A Stunning Stratagem, the special food of Sangonomiya Kokomi.

    Other Languages

    Language Official Name Literal Meaning
    English Omelette Rice
    Chinese
    (Simplified)
    蛋包饭
    Chinese
    (Traditional)
    蛋包飯
    Japanese オムライス
    Omu-raisu
    Omlette Rice[• 1]
    Korean 오므라이스
    Omeuraiseu
    Omlette Rice
    Spanish Tortilla con arroz Tortilla with Rice
    French Omelette au riz sauté Stir-fried Rice Omelette
    Russian Рисовый омлет
    Risovyy omlet
    Rice Omelette
    Thai Omelette Rice
    Vietnamese Cơm Cuộn Trứng
    German Omelette-Reis Omelette Rice
    Indonesian Omelette Rice
    Portuguese Enrolado de Arroz
    1. JA: This dish is more commonly known as "Omurice" in Japan.
      The terms omu and raisu are derived from Japanese pronunciation of the English words for "omelette" and "rice" respectively.

    Change History

    Released in Version 2.1

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