One of my favorite meals when I lived in Japan was “katsu-don”. It’s a homestyle meal-in-a-bowl built on layers: steamed white rice, topped with panko breaded fried pork cutlet (“tonkatsu”) then a layer of fried onions, a half-cooked lightly scrambled egg, then the whole mess covered with a dashi and mirin pour-over. Garnished with sliced seaweed. There’s supposed to be sliced scallions, but I used them all up in the Pad Thai yesterday.
I ate the whole bowl of katsu-don while I was typing this out. Couldn’t wait. It’s that yummy.