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Step one foot into Waikiki Yokocho and you will feel cheer and bustle that bursts from the seams, but is yet relaxing at the same time, just like you would find in a Japanese ‘Yokocho.’ The Yokocho is divided into three sections, the Noren Street, Engawa Terrace, and Ramen Road. This is where you can enjoy Japanese foods which are popular all-over Japan and abroad.

We hope to provide a space where locals as well as those visiting can experience Japanese food culture while being in Hawaii.

Waikiki Yokocho – Omotenashi with an Aloha Spirit

CEO Satoru Hirai
Satoru Hirai
CEO of Waikiki Yokocho

Noren Street

Step one foot into Waikiki Yokocho and you will feel cheer and bustle that bursts from the seams, but is yet relaxing at the same time, just like you would find in a Japanese ‘Yokocho.’ The Yokocho is divided into three sections, the <em>Noren Street</em>, <em>Engawa Terrace</em>, and <em>Ramen Road.</em> This is where you can enjoy Japanese foods which are popular all-over Japan and abroad.

Engawa Terrace

Step one foot into Waikiki Yokocho and you will feel cheer and bustle that bursts from the seams, but is yet relaxing at the same time, just like you would find in a Japanese ‘Yokocho.’ The Yokocho is divided into three sections, the <em>Noren Street</em>, <em>Engawa Terrace</em>, and <em>Ramen Road.</em> This is where you can enjoy Japanese foods which are popular all-over Japan and abroad.

Ramen Road

Step one foot into Waikiki Yokocho and you will feel cheer and bustle that bursts from the seams, but is yet relaxing at the same time, just like you would find in a Japanese ‘Yokocho.’ The Yokocho is divided into three sections, the <em>Noren Street</em>, <em>Engawa Terrace</em>, and <em>Ramen Road.</em> This is where you can enjoy Japanese foods which are popular all-over Japan and abroad.

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Notice of temporary closure

Due to COVID-19 and our concerns about the health/safety of our guests as well as our employees,

we will be temporarily closed until further notice.

We thank you for your continued support and look forward to having you dine with us again.

Mahalo.