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J’s Gate Dining Launches Osaka Kitchen

J’s Gate Dining brings 18 of Japan’s best specialty restaurants together on Lot 10’s Level 4 to provide authentic Japanese cuisine and level of service, centered on “superior quality ingredients, Japanese hospitality, and a lively atmosphere.” By employing bona fide Japanese design to create a space where customers can comfortably enjoy real Japanese culture. Osaka Kitchen, a Bib Gourmand-awarded ...

Hakata Mizutaki the Japanese Chicken Hotpot

We have often tried Japanese Shabu Shabu but have you every tried the Japanese Chicken Hotpot? At Isetan Japan Store Lot 10, there were some hidden restaurants at their 4th Floor named The Table. One of the restaurant named Toriden were offering the Hakata Mitsutaki (Japanese Chicken Hotpot). The traditionally loved Hakata dishes, the “Chicken Hotpot” is chicken broth that is boiled for more than ...

Get An Exquisite Taste of Japan with Kirin Ichiban

Early this month, Japanese premium beer, Kirin Ichiban collaborated with The Table, Isetan Lot 10 to specially curate Japanese cuisines made from premium and authentic seasonal ingredients, designed specially to complement Kirin Ichiban. The celebration of the finest Japanese beer and cuisine was brought to life in a Japanese cultural setting. A premium beer authentically crafted in Japan using 10...

Stoned & Co Unveils Its Premium Fall/Winter ’17 Streetwear Collection

Stoned & Co dropped their first ever premium Fall/Winter ’17 collection in Isetan The Japan Store, Lot 10 togather with a stunning art installation showcased by Illegal Studio to uplift the visual experience to a whole new level. The Decendent is Stoned & Co’s 2017 Fall/Winter collection which embodies a fresh take on the symbolic Japanese maple leaves in its latest range of ap...

A Recipe Passed Down from Generation to Generation

Do you know that immigrant Chinese and their descendants who had toiled and endure hardship to build a life grew up eating ‘dai chao’ food? These types of foods represented the spirit of “Ker Ku Nai Lau’. These were good, nutritious food cooked by honest men who charged cheaply which provided sustenance and simple joy after a hard day at work. That is also the reason why, m...

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