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Popular Japanese Restaurant ‘Miku’ Moved to Waterfront Location

Popular Japanese Restaurant ‘Miku’ Moved to Waterfront Location

‘Miku’ moved to waterfront location and is popular for seafood.

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 One of the most popular Japanese restaurants from the opening in 2008 ‘Miku’ moved to new location (70-200 Granville St., Vancouver, Tel: 604-568-3900) on June 24th. High-profile waterfront location and seafood menus are hot now.

 The new restaurant is 1.5 times as big as the previous one. There are 210 seating in 5,400 square feet. Interior with big windows in waterfront location at the side of Canada Place inspires spacious place which enables customers to enjoy the sea from the restaurant, patio, and private dining rooms. Japanese artist Hideki Kimura’s colorful paintings on the walls add opulent atmosphere. U-shaped bar is set up at the center of the restaurant. They provide 25 kinds of Japanese sake, such as ‘Yoshinogawa,’ a sake brewery in Niigata, and cocktails with sake.

 The restaurant owner Seigo Naskamura displays his confidence, ‘We owe our growth to a lot of customers from the opening. They have enjoyed our aburi (lightly flame-seared) sushi, so we prepare much more seafood menus as the symbol of Vancouver. We want customers to enjoy the seafood and new menus.’

 The menus are: ‘Coal Harbour Platter’ (CAD 28) - local seafood assortment, ‘Premium Aburi’ (CAD 26) - aburi sushi assortment, ‘Soba Pepperoncino’ (CAD 24), ‘Bouillabaisse’ (CAD 29), and ‘Aburi’ (CAD 20) - sushi lunch.

 Opening hours: lunch time from 11:30 to 15:00, dinner time from 17:00 to 24:00 (until 23:00 on Sunday). Limited offer ‘Bar Bites’ is available from 15:00 to 17:00.

(Translated by Hiroko Shioda)

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