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Shirokiya Japan Village Walk


October 06, 2016

Shirokiya has been a staple at Ala Moana Center, known for its delicious Japanese food from bentos to ramen, ice cold beer, and a popular pau hana spot for the residents of O'ahu. When you enter Shirokiya, it's as if you left O'ahu for a brief moment and have been transported into the streets of Japan.  
The new Shirokiya Japan Village Walk, that opened earlier this summer, is home to 48 eateries and 900 seating squares with a design that mimics, mozen-machi, a town built near shrines and temples. The perfect place to meet friends, catch up, and enjoy a variety of delicacies.

Deluxe Tempura Don

As you walk through the aisles of Shirokiya, the aroma of the freshly fried tempura, sweet musubi rice, and takoyaki fresh off the griddle will leave you hungry as well as indecisive. So what's better than getting a little bit of everything.  

Musubi Cafe Iyasume

 

Salmon, Konbu, and Ume musubi from Musubi Cafe Iyasume.

 Our first stop was Musubi Cafe Iyasume to grab some of our favorite Salmon, Konbu, and Ume musubi. 

Sakura Gogo

Next, we stopped at Sakura Gogo and picked up some delicious Sweet Soy Sauce Karaage Chicken to go with our musubi. 

S&S Kitchen

And finally, one last stop at S&S Thai Kitchen before sitting down with a nice cold glass of Kirin to wash down all of our delicious food. 

Shirokiya is the perfect spot for a quick grab and go as well as the perfect place for a casual lunch or dinner. 



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