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Kabuto: Closing dates

Updated on 10/21/2019

Kabuto will be closed from December 15th to 19th. We will be opening on 20th. 

Kobo+Sake in China Town: Closing its doors on 5/24/2019

Updated on 5/24/2019

Regretfully, after a wonderful year, Ramen Kobo+Sake will be closing its doors on Friday, May 24, 2019. We sincerely thank everyone for all the love in our restaurant. Your unwavering support and loyalty have been invaluable to us. See you at Ramen Kobo on Durango!

Mr. Max: The top 100 Dallas Restaurant of 2019

Updated on 2/14/19

Thank you all in Dallas! We made it to the list of the top 100 restaurant of 2019 by Dallas Observer. Like they said in the comment, out seats are limited so come early and enjoy the authentic Japanese Izakaya food!


Chamon will be temporarily closed for renovation

Updated 1/10/19

Our Matcha Salon Chamon will be temporarily closed for renovation after 1/14/19. We will be back shortly when everything is completed. See you guys soon!

Marugame Monzo's big win at the 2nd Global Cuisine Awards!

Updated on 12/21/2018

Thank you so much for all of your support at Marugame Monzo. We won the prestigious Global Cuisine Awards! We couldn't have done it without you! 

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Mon Restaurant Group has concrete mission - "Washoku For Everyone", our goal is to have everyone experience wide variety of traditional Japanese dishes and culture through our restaurants. Washoku (or often called as Japanese cuisine) is not simply means Japanese food, it also consists of ingredients, preparation and the way of eating Japanese dishes in a traditional way.
Through out years of practice, each style of Japanese cuisine (such as Sushi, Ramen, Udon) became so unique (and even more unique by the region) that they are more likely categorized as individual cuisine. Mon Restaurant Group uses recipe and key ingredients from Japan, train chefs in Japan to cook in a real traditional Japanese way, hire specialized and skilled chef from Japan, train waiter and waitress to show "Omotenashi" - Japanese hospitality. Not only that, we use Japanese interior design techniques for our restaurant so that our customer can feel Japan as best as possible.
Since 2013, "Washoku" is designated as a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. According the UNESCO, Washoku is a social practice based on a set of skills, knowledge, practice and traditions related to the production, processing, preparation and consumption of food. It is associated with an essential spirit of respect for nature that is closely related to the sustainable use of natural resources.
The basic knowledge and the social and cultural characteristics associated with Washoku are typically seen during New Year celebrations. The Japanese make various preparations to welcome the deities of the incoming year, pounding rice cakes and preparing special meals and beautifully decorated dishes using fresh ingredients, each of which has a symbolic meaning. These dishes are served on special tableware and shared by family members or collectively among communities.
The practice favors the consumption of various natural, locally sourced ingredients such as rice, fish, vegetables and edible wild plants. The basic knowledge and skills related to Washoku, such as the proper seasoning of home cooking, are passed down in the home at shared mealtimes. Grassroots groups, schoolteachers and cooking instructors also play a role in transmitting the knowledge and skills by means of formal and non-formal education or through practice.
Mon Restaurant Group is here to spread the experience and culture of Japan in the best possible way. "Washoku For Everyone" can be experienced at any of our restaurant, and very different taste in each restaurant.

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