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Japan ramen chain to expand Hawaii presence

By Erika Engle

LAST UPDATED: 11:22 a.m. HST, Mar 13, 2014

Japan-based Manichi Group will open Ramen Man-Ichi at Windward Mall's Paina Food Court in June.

The noodle shop will be the company's first Ramen Man-Ichi concept, and its second U.S. operation since opening inside Shirokiya at Ala Moana Center.

Ramen Man-ichi will offer the group's popular pork-based ramen, its signature shoyu and miso ramen, and a new dish called the Man-ichi Special which features four flavors in one bowl. Popular rice dishes and gyoza also will be on the menu, according to a statement.

The shop will open in what mall officials call a new space close to Dairy Queen.

Manichi Group was established in Japan in 1953 and operates 22 restaurants throughout Asia.

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eoe wrote:
How about opening on Maui, there is no good ramen here.
on March 13,2014 | 12:00PM
Jiujitsu_Fighter wrote:
Thought it was Men-Ichi ramen?
on March 13,2014 | 07:17PM
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