Sukiyaki is back along with our winter specials! Come in for your yearly fixes of bubbling hot nabe and seasonal dishes.
Kara Age – Deep fried and juicy marinated chicken thighs with side of curry mayonnaise
Ebi Kaki – Extra jumbo shrimps and oysters fried in panko breadcrumbs with side of Japanese mayonnaise and tonkatsu sauce
Dumont Roll – Avocado and cucumber roll topped with spicy tuna, black tobiko and daikon sprouts, finished with sweet soy glaze
Sukiyaki Dinner Set – Beef, noodles, tofu and vegetables in a bubbling sweet soy broth
We will be closed Monday Sep 5, 2016 in observance of Labor Day and resume normal business hours Tuesday. Have a wonderful holiday!
11:30 Food and games open
1:15 Entertainment starts with Taiko performance by Genki Spark
1:35 Tewassa (Tsunami victim support group) Report
Koto (Japanese harp) by Kimiko Abramoff
Music Japanese song
2:00 Bon Odori (Folk dance)
2:30 Event finished
Yo-Yo Balloon Fishing, Gold Fish, Shooting, Kendama, Wanage (Rope Toss)
Booths: Shodou (Japanese Calligraphy) by Kumiko Gomi
Japanese Tea Ceremony by Kimiko Abramoff, Yoshiko Moik
Kimono Experience by Kimono Group of Boston, Tewassa and Genki Spark
Sushi, Takoyaki (fried dough balls with octopus), Kara-Age (fried chicken), Yakisoba $5 each
Ice Cream $3
Soda, water $1.5 each
Wine, Cold Sake $7 each
Hot Sake, Beer $5 each
Please note the price changes from 06/10/16
Thank you for your continued patronage
We had a wonderful couple come in for a photo shoot wearing our beautiful silk kimonos! Our client was referred to us via the blog Japanese-American in Boston, a great resource for all Japanese culture related events and businesses in the Boston area.
We will be closed during lunch hours Saturday, April 30th and reopen 5pm for dinner.
Come see us at the Brookline Japanese Festival for live music, entertainment and food!