Tsubohachi rolls out new grand menu to celebrate its 5th anniversary

General Press Releases Monday February 19, 2018 16:20
Bangkok--19 Feb--IMPACT Exhibition Management

Tsubohachi, established in Hokkaido in 1973, is a leading Japanese restaurant with more than 300 branches in Japan. The restaurant also has overseas branches in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand. The first branch of Tsubohachi in Thailand was opened in 2013 under joint management of IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd. and Japan-based restaurant operator Tsubohachi Co., Ltd. Tsubohachi offers authentic Japanese dishes using the finest ingredients at affordable prices, with presence in Bangkok and vicinity.

Mr. Fang Roonjai, Manager of Group Restaurant (Japanese) at IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd., said "This year marks the 5th anniversary of Tsubohachi in Thailand. We are still committed to using the finest ingredients in our recipes and constantly update our menu to offer our customers more diverse options. Tsubohachi's logo has been redesigned to look more modern and customer friendly and the grand menu has also been revamped. The grand menu allows customers to indulge in an array of more than 200 authentic Hokkaido-style Japanese dishes, ranging from sushi, sashimi, bento and three Japanese crabs including Taraba (King Crab), Kegani (Hairy Crab), and Zuwaigani (Snow Crab) from Hokkaido, to baked rice and sukiyaki nabe, in a warm and cozy atmosphere. Customers can also enjoy an authentic Izakaya experience at Thaniya branch."

Tsubohachi is ready to offer customers in Thailand the authentic Japanese dining experience at six branches including BEEHIVE Lifestyle Mall in Muang Thong Thani, Nihonmachi Japanese Mall on Sukhumvit 26, Thaniya (Silom), The Promenade, Future Park Rangsit (Zpell zone), and The Portal Lifestyle Complex (IMPACT Muang Thong Thani). For more information and latest updates from the restaurant, please visit www.tsubohachi-tha.com or Facebook fan page: Tsubohachi Thailand.

Tsubohachi is ranked Japan's No.1 traditional Izakaya-style restaurant in Hokkaido with its first debut in Thailand in 2013 under the management of IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd. Tsubohachi currently has seven branches in Thailand including 1.) BEEHIVE Lifestyle Mall in Muang Thong Thani Tel. 02-000-2180, 2.) Nihonmachi Japanese Mall on Sukhumvit 26 Tel. 02-262-0331, 3.) Thaniya Plaza (Silom) Tel. 02-266-5380, 4.) The Promenade Tel. 02-947-6265, 5.) Future Park Rangsit (Zpell zone) Tel. 02-150-9055, and 6.) the latest branch at The Portal Lifestyle Complex, IMPACT Muang Thong Thani Tel. 02-033-1864.

For further media inquiries, please contact Corporate Communications Department IMPACT Exhibition Management Company Limited

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