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Japanese Soba Noodle Shop “Ringer Hut SOBAYA LANAI” Opens at Ala Moana Center in Hawaii

| Products & Services, USA | 11/11/2017


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Japanese Soba Noodle Shop “Ringer Hut SOBAYA LANAI” Opens Hawaii Location on October 27

Date: Nov. 8, 2017
Source: Ringer Hut Co., Ltd.

– Offering Specially Developed “Nama” (Fresh) Noodles and “Dashi” Soup for Classic Soba Experience in Hawaii –

Ringer Hut Co., Ltd. opened its fourth Hawaii location of the Japanese soba noodle shop “Ringer Hut SOBAYA LANAI” in the U.S. island’s largest shopping center, the Ala Moana Center, on Friday, October 27, 2017. Located in the new gourmet dining area, “The Lanai @ Ala Moana,” the latest outlet follows three Ringer Hut shops and one ROKKAKU HAMAKATSU location.



Soba with Big Shrimp: $14

The “Ringer Hut SOBAYA LANAI” is a shop specializing in Japanese soba noodles. As a company, Ringer Hut operates both “Nagasaki Champon Ringer Hut” and Japanese restaurant “ROKKAKU HAMAKATSU” in Hawaii. It decided to open a Japanese soba noodle shop with the desire to let people enjoy genuine Japanese cuisine more casually.

To re-create genuine Japanese soba noodles in Hawaii, Ringer Hut uses proprietary “Original Nama (fresh) Noodles,” and for the soup it uses a special kind of dashi (broth) that has been honed and perfected through Japanese-style cooking techniques at its ROKKAKU HAMAKATSU restaurant and that perfectly matches up with the Original Nama Noodles. In addition, Ringer Hut serves freshly fried “Big Shrimp Tempura” and “Kakiage” on genuine Japanese soba, which it has taken special care to make them so big that they are sure to cause an impact, with the knowhow the company has gained through experience at its ROKKAKU HAMAKATSU restaurant.

The opening of the latest location has brought the total number of Ringer Hut outlets in the United States to five (one of which is ROKKAKU HAMAKATSU), in addition to four in Thailand (one of which is HAMAKATSU), two in Hong Kong, two in Indonesia, and one each in Taiwan and Cambodia for a total of 15 shops in six countries/regions. In addition, the new location is managed by a local subsidiary, Ringer Hut Hawaii Inc. Ringer Hut aims to continue catering to customer needs as the company strives to achieve its goal of opening 50 overseas locations by 2020.

 

  

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