Dashimaki, a beloved Japanese rolled egg dish, strikes a delicate balance of sweet, savory, and umami. To craft this complex omelet, eggs are first mixed with dashi (the stock commonly found in miso broth), mirin (a sweet rice wine vinegar), soy sauce, salt, and sugar. The mixture is then poured into a hot, oiled pan in intervals, rolling the eggs with each added layer. Portioned into thick, fluffy slices, dashimaki is often served as a morning meal or a sushi side. But, thanks to the Japanese chain, Mr. Kanso, it can also be eaten straight from a can.