Hiroo no Curry Rice Kit


Shingen's Hiroo no Curry Rice Kit

Location: Honolulu, HI

Experience the comforting taste of home-cooked curry with Shingen's Hiroo no Curry Rice Kit. This renowned dish, originating from the popular Hiroo no Curry restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, is infused with the rich flavors of meaty oxtail, creating a delicious curry that pairs perfectly with steamed white rice.


  • Hiroo no Curry
  • Rice
  • Oxtail meat
  • Sliced cabbage
  • Vegetables pickled in rich soy sauce (Fukujin-Duke)


  1. Begin by transferring the oxtail meat to a bowl and soaking it in enough hot water. Heat the bowl in the microwave for 2 minutes, then lightly sear the oxtail in a pan. (Retain the remaining hot water.)
  2. Dissolve the curry roux in hot water and heat it in a saucepan. Gradually add 50 cc to 80 cc of the leftover hot water from the oxtail to the roux to achieve the desired consistency.
  3. Partially uncover the rice packets and heat them in the microwave for 1 minute.
  4. Plate the rice, pour the curry roux over it, and arrange the oxtail on top. Garnish with cabbage and Fukujin-Duke to complete the dish.

How to Store Food:

  • The curry roux and oxtail meat are frozen.
  • Rice packets are at room temperature.
  • Cabbage and Fukujin-Duke are refrigerated.
  • Frozen and room temperature items can be stored for up to one month.
  • Refrigerated items can be stored for up to 4 days.

About the Restaurant:

Experience the essence of traditional Japanese Soba cuisine at Shingen, formerly known as Matsugen, in Honolulu, HI. Our menu boasts a delightful selection of Soba noodle dishes, ranging from comforting hot bowls to refreshing cold preparations. Savor the rich flavors of our Soba noodles, crafted from the finest buckwheat flour sourced directly from Kushiro, Hokkaido. In addition to our Soba offerings, indulge in a variety of traditional Japanese delights, including Udon noodles, delectable Tempura, and succulent grilled beef tongue. Welcome to Shingen, where every dish promises a taste of authentic Japanese culinary excellence.