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Wednesday, 18 May 2016


Artist's Impression (Image credit: Japan Food Town)


Japan Food Town to open at Wisma Atria this July, bringing together rich Japanese culture and ingredients to Singapore. Slated to open on 16 July 2016, the food hall, which covers over 20,075 square feet of space on the 4th level of Isetan Singapore, will open with close to 16 casual dining outlets offering a broad range of quality and authentic Japanese cuisine at affordable prices.


The food hall concept is a collection of curated stories representing Japanese cuisine where every restaurant has a story, such as the bowl of Inaniwa Udon by Inaniwa Yosuke, enriched with more than a century of history. Each restaurant has been hand-picked based on its strong reputation and rich heritage dating back centuries.


Artist's Impression (Image credit: Japan Food Town) 



Japan Food Town will now bridge the gap to make all of its unique dining outlets available to residents in Singapore and these include Dassai Bar, Hokkaido Izakaya, Inaniwa Yosuke (Udon), Bonta Bonta (Onigiri), Yomoda Soba, Nabe Seizan (2-michelin star Nabe specialty shop), Sabar (Mackerel Speciality Shop), Osaka Kitchen (Teppanyaki), Sushi Takewaka, Machida-Shoten (Ramen), Tempura Tsukiji Tenka, Yakiniku Heijyoen (beef), Shabu Shabu Tajimaya, Rang Mang Shokudo (artisanal fried chicken) and Anzu.


Japan Food Town will open its doors to public on 16 July 2016, from 11.00am.



Address: 435 Orchard Rd, #04-39/54 Wisma Atria Shopping Centre, Singapore 238877

Hours: 11.00am to 11.00pm Daily

Prices: Starting from S$10

Seating Capacity: 628 pax




Source: Japan Food Town


Photos: Japan Food TownPosted by Admin in News on 18 May 2016


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