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New Japanese Restaurant at Narita Airport with “Miso” Concept - Japanese Food Culture in a Japanese Ambience

New Japanese Restaurant at Narita Airport with “Miso” Concept -  Japanese Food Culture in a Japanese Ambience

BLUE SKY MISO KITCHEN serves Japanese dishes with Miso.

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Blue Sky Miso Kitchen, a restaurant with a “miso” concept, opened on April 20 in Terminal 2 at Narita International Airport in Narita, Chiba Prefecture.

The new establishment is located on the third floor of the terminal’s Satellite (in the restricted area past departures processing) with a floor space of about 212 square meters. The menu of Japanese cuisine mainly offers dishes made with miso, a paste of fermented soy beans and a staple of Japanese cooking. The interior is decorated with miso barrels to produce a Japanese ambience. Patrons can enjoy the diverse menu for breakfast, lunch or dinner, which was created with the help of the Japan Miso Promotion Board, an industry promotional group made up of over 1,000 miso producers from across Japan.

According to the company that runs the restaurant, Shinagawa Ward-based Jalux Inc., “We are bringing attention to this representative Japanese flavoring, miso, to teach people about Japanese food culture. We are also fulfilling the desires of those who want to embark on a trip abroad without losing their sense of what Japanese food tastes like.” There is also various sake and other alcohol on hand so that customers can, according to the restaurant, “experience Japan one last time.”

Business hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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