From a press launch:
“Hatoba (300 Tingey Avenue SE #170, Washington DC, 20003, @Hatoba_DC) – the third Sapporo-style ramen store from the proficient staff behind the Daikaya Group together with dynamic DC-based companions and restaurateurs Daisuke Utagawa, Chef Katsuya Fukushima, and Yama Jewayni – is slated to open within the District’s notable ’The Yards’ neighborhood in Winter 2018. Hatoba would be the fourth restaurant to open in Washington D.C. from the Daikaya Group becoming a member of culinary siblings Daikaya, Haikan, and Bantam King. Hatoba will proceed the custom of that includes Daikaya Group’s custom-made ramen noodles by Nishiyama Seimen Firm in Sapporo, Japan.
That includes 2,200-square ft, Hatoba – that means dock – will open throughout the Boilermaker Constructing in The Yards and is getting ready to supply a totally authentic choice of Sapporo-style ramen, completely different from the assortment of ramen presently supplied at each Daikaya and Haikan – together with some chilled ramen choices. The ramen store will characteristic seating for 80 – with 50 seats obtainable indoors, and 30 seats obtainable outsides.
After becoming a member of a number of of the Daikaya companions on a number of analysis and improvement journeys to Japan searching for inspiration – first for Daikaya ramen store and izakaya, then for Bantam King, Haikan, and most lately for Hatoba – Brian Miller, Senior Design Director at Edit Lab at Streetsense, signed on to help with offering the design basis for Hatoba.
“Kappabashi is considered one of our favourite streets in Japan, with a whole bunch of specialist retailers supplying restaurant tools from the most typical pair of chopsticks to probably the most specialist cooking implements”, mentioned Brian Miller, Senior Design Director at Edit Lab at Streetsense. “Positioned in a former boilermaker constructing in-built 1919, Hatoba displays Kappabashi’s visible feast. 1000’s of soup bowls line the partitions, personal ramen cubicles carry their very own store themes, and the menu is ready in shokuhin sampuru (Japanese synthetic show meals). Since we’re close to Nationals Park, Hatoba additionally incorporates an homage to our Sapporo residence staff, the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters.”
As well as, Hatoba might be welcoming the general public to affix them for a ‘Pop-In’ at their house in The Yards all through the MLB All-Star Weekend – July 13th via 17th, from about midday to 8pm every day, providing ice chilly Sapporo beer and Japanese-inspired sizzling canine for a worth.
HATOBA ‘MLB ALL STAR WEEKEND 2018’ POP-IN
July 13th via the 17th, 2018
Daikaya Group staff members might be on-site on the Hatoba house in The Yards providing Sapporo beer and Japanese-inspired sizzling canine for a worth.
Open to the general public.”