Ru Ri Iro is a Japanese restaurant that serves combination lunches. Here in Japan , the combo meals are often called, "Sets".
A typical Set - Rice, miso soup, pickled veggie, a side dish and the entree.
This entree consisted of two perfectly fried shrimp (cruncy and not greasy) and a croquette. I don't remember if it was potato or a seafood/crab croquette, but I would guess potato. A little side salad and tartar sauce.
Another day another special Set.
Rice and miso soup again, side dish of squash and a little pickled veg. Again two perfectly fried shrimp and a maguro (tuna) burger patty. Surprisingly, the patty tasted beefy with a very slight tuna finish. However, I would have guessed it was a beef patty if I didn't hear the description, "maguro hambugro". The only two words that made sense to me in the whole ordering process. All my years of eating in Japanese-American restaurants finally paid off. lol.
The custard dish is Chawanmushi - a savory egg custard dish.
I don't know if this is part of the meal or the owner was being nice to our group, but our meal came with green tea ice cream topped with a little sweetened red beans, but it was a nice way to finish the meal.
Nap, Nap Time.
Ru Ri Iro - location shown on the map below. From a coworker, at night this place becomes a Izakayu. A bar that serves small dishes.
A picture worth a bunch of words. How it looks from the outside. Note the distinctive wooden triangular sign.