This just in – a brand spanking new Japanese food town has just opened its doors in Singapore. Located on the fourth floor of Wisma Atria, this Nippon food haven will be an easily accessible spot for fans of Japanese food.
Here are more deets on this exciting piece of news. 12 tenants have started service but we can expect no less than 16 different stalls serving us by end July. Ingredients are shipped over from Naha airport in Okinawa, to ensure that everything is fresh. It’s marketed as an affordable dining experience – so you won’t have to break the bank just to get an authentic, quality Japanese meal.
The 20,000 square foot space can seat more than 600 guests at any one time – an impressive number for sure. Expect to gorge on anything from Chirashi Don to Tonkotsu Ramen.
There’s even a specialty mackerel restaurant called Sabar, which serves 38 different types of mackerel under one roof. Bet you didn’t know there were so many ways to eat that fish!
Japan Food Town will be opening its doors to the public at 11am on July 16, so be sure to suss this out if you’re a Jap food fan. We sure will be one of the first in line.