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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Japan Food Town

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    Japan Food Town
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    Bonta Bonta (Onigiri rice ball)
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    Gyuta (Shabu Shabu & Sukiyaki)

Isetan Orchard may have ceased operations at Wisma Atria, but the fourth level of the former department store is coming back to life. Cool Japan Fund and the Japan Association of Overseas Promotion for Food & Restaurants have roped in a couple of investors for Japan Food Town, a 628-seater food hall specializing in authentic Japanese cuisine. 

They have curated 16 casual-dining eateries from Japan's various prefectures and cities such as Dassai Bar (Iwakuni), which is known for their fine sakes; Sato Yosuke (Tokyo), an udon specialist famous for their handmade udon that uses a 150-year-old technique; Nabe Seizan (Tokyo), an offshoot of two Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant Seizan; Osaka Kitchen (Osaka), popular for teppanyaki and okonomiyaki, and Sushi Takewaka, a 36-year-old sushi specialty shop originally from Tsukiji market. We were also told that diners can opt for healthier choice Kinme Mai rice (available at half of Japan Town's eateries), which has the nutritional value of brown rice. 

Japan Food Town opens at #04-39/54 Wisma Atria on Jul 16, from 11am.

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Japan Food Town , #04-39/54 Wisma Atria Shopping Centre, 435 Orchard Rd., Singapore, 238877 Singapore

Area:

Orchard

Nearest Train:

Orchard

Opening Hours:

daily 11am-11pm

Price Range:

$

Cuisine:

Japanese

Open Since:

July, 2016
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Japan Food Town
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