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Oh yum. Yum and more yum. I like this one lots, both because I like Japanese food, and because I like healthy food. It's got real, classic, Japanese flavor -- tastes like something I might get in a good Japanese restaurant!
This really did take 10 minutes, and it was colorful, warm, and healthy. The only thing I did not like was the soggy bonito flakes in the dish; in some ways I'd rather spend an extra 10 minutes making dashi than deal with that texture. Probably not everyone minds that, though.
this is good stuff; it takes a few tries to get the portions of sugar/saki/sugar/water though. You should base it more on personal taste than the measurments. Bonito shavings might be hard to come by, too. If you can get them, it's a recipe that can grow on you, and is an easy wow for guests.