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  • Gaby

Like here in the states, the leaves are starting to fall in Japan and with it comes the new month of November. For the U.S. this means thanksgiving and the start of the hustle for christmas shopping. But what holidays and festivities are come in Japan?

  1. Mt. Fiji

Fall is known for its beautiful foliage of reds and yellows. Mt. Fiji with it’s beautiful scenery and the famous mountain itself, is only even more gorgeous at this time.

2. (Labor) Thanksgiving

While similar in name to the holiday in the states, this day goes to honor everyone in the working class. Families get together on this day, eat and go to festivals.

3. Sumo Kyushu Basho

November is the time for sumo wrestling. Fukuona hosts a series of tournaments every year sparking excitement for fans of the sport.

  • Gaby

Happy Halloween Ramen Lovers!

Before you take the kids out for trick-or-treat night, take them out for a delicious hot bowl of Ramen Noodle Soup! We have a variety of broths and toppings to choose from!

The best soup is the Tonkotsu Ramen Noodle Soup!

You'll love the savory flavor!

Add any toppings you want. You can look at our menu to review the list.

We have two locations to serve you!

Surprisingly, fried chicken is a very popular dish in Japan. Around this wintery time every year, it’s especially prized as a go to food for the season. Where the best spot is to visit for this festive dish you ask? It’s actually at a food place we’re all familiar with in the states: KFC!

In Japan it’s a staple and the lines are out the door for their infamous “Christmas Dinner” specials. Thanks to KFC’s marketing the holiday has become almost synonymous with the brand. It’s been this way since the first KFC opened in 1970. So, if you ever find yourself in Japan for the holidays, be sure to pick up a bucket!

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