The katsudon (カツ丼) is a dish of the Japanese Cuisine which consists of a bowl of rice surmounted by Tonkatsu.
The word katsudon is a mixture of the Japanese words tonkatsu and Donburi (rice bowl).
In the Japanese students, the tradition is to eat a katsudon the evening before an examination. The cause is that the Japanese verb 勝つ (katsu), that one hears in katsudon means " gagner".
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