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Hatoba, a Hawaiian Japanese spot. 


Hatoba, the Sapporo-style ramen shop in Navy Yard,  is expanding its menu to include Hawaiian-inspired favorites, classics and updates. 

The Daikaya Group, long known for its exacting dedication to Japanese cuisine and sensibility, takes a cue from chef Katsuya Fukushima’s family connections to Hawaii to bring new dishes and island energy to the restaurant which already means “dock” in Japanese. 

The curated slate of tonkotsu ramens will remain, and will make room for a range of unexpected and modern takes on the 50th state’s food scene. Hatoba’s Hawaiian side highlights the many cultures contributing to the islands’ cuisine—Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Fillipino, Spanish, Portuguese and its native population—while also blending modern American-mainland touches

Hatoba hours of operation:

Wed-Fri 5-10PM.
Sat-Sun 12PM-10PM.


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