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IMPACT looks beyond Muangthong Thani and opens two unique Japanese restaurants in the heart of Bangkok

November 2, 2013 Destination Thailand No Comments Email Email

Bringing a new concept to Thailand, IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd., led by Mr. Paul Kanjanapas (2nd right), Managing Director, and Mr. Loy Joon How (far right), General Manager, has announced its foray into Japanese restaurants by signing an agreement with Tsubohachi Co., Ltd., owner and operator of Tsubohachi from Hokkaido and Ito-Kacho from Tokyo led by Mr. Minoru Shionoiri (2nd left), President, and Mr. Shigeru Saito (far left), Director Franchise Business Dept. & New Business Development Dept. Tsubohachi is a restaurant & bar style that serves a variety of quality Japanese food from Sashimi to Ramen as well as Simahokke Yaki and Kamameshi. Most ingredients are imported from Japan to deliver the finest quality food for the traditional Japanese dishes. The second restaurant, Ito-Kacho, is a unique yakiniku place that serves only 100% Japanese Black Wagyu beef, air flown in especially from Kyushu. Using aged chilled beef delivered direct from the suppliers, freshness, juiciness and quality are guaranteed. The new Japanese restaurants are located at Nihonmura Mall, 2nd floor, Soi Thonglor 13.

Tsubohachi and Ito-Kacho are open daily, from 11am to midnight and from 5pm to midnight, respectively.

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