Omurice. This concoction can be found in many yoshokuya (Western style restaurants) here in Japan. It is a Japanglish word made by shortening the word "omlette" and putting it together with the word "rice".
Cooked rice is stir-fried with some veggies, chicken and ketchup--this is what the Japanese call "chicken rice". This is then wrapped in a thin omelette. And topped with more ketchup.
I made my "chicken rice" with no chicken, green peppers, onion, rice and a squirt of ketchup. Then made a thin omlette and draped it over the rice. (lazy way!)
I drizzled some tonkatsu (pork cutlet) sauce and some ketchup for a fast and easy lunch.
Another variation is called omusoba. This is yakisoba(fried noodles) enveloped in a thin omlette. I first tried omusoba at Marukai, a Japanese-American market in Hawaii. A lot of places in Japan, even Marukai, drizzle mayo on top, but I don't.
Both omusoba and omurice are delicious, easy and fast.