In Japan, sharing most definitely is caring, and this is reflected in our main attractions: Sukiyaki and Shabu Shabu. While the idea of cooking your own food may seem outlandish and pointless, in Japan it is seen as a sign of respect and trust to eat from the same pot, plus there’s no denying the fun factor. In fact the name “Shabu Shabu” comes from the Japanese onomatopoeia for the action of stirring the meat in a cooking pot! A hot pot can be a relaxing experience or turn into a warzone as everyone clamours for the meat. Either way, it’s an experience.
We are open all day every day, so whether you want to enjoy Japanese food or browse our range of imported goods, come along, we have something for everyone.