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Kazuwa Cloud Kitchen

Amid the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021, a culinary gem emerged, offering the delightful flavors of Japan at your doorstep – Kazuwa Cloud Kitchen in Malate, Manila. Created with the goal of providing an authentic Japanese dining experience despite the restrictions, this innovative

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Kazuwa Prime

In 2021, Kazuwa, a renowned Japanese restaurant chain, launched in the Philippines with a mission to bring authentic Japanese flavors to the local scene. Setting itself apart with an innovative cloud kitchen model, Kazuwa offers a diverse range of Japanese dishes for online delivery. The focus on quality, convenience, and a seamless digital experience has swiftly made Kazuwa a top choice for food enthusiasts seeking the taste of Japan at home.

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Kazuwa - Marvin Makati

Nestled in the heart of Makati, Kazuwa Marvin Makati stands as a testament to the artistry of Japanese cuisine. This culinary haven, marking the first physical store of Kazuwa, opened its doors to the public in a grand celebration on July 28th, ushering in a new era of authentic Japanese dining in the city.

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The Tuna

Nestled at Malate Manila, The Tuna beckons both Japanese and Korean cuisine enthusiasts with a promise of a unique culinary experience. This dining gem seamlessly blends the best of both worlds, offering an enticing fusion of flavors that captivates the taste buds.

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Savoring Japan's Finest Kazuwa Prime's Limited Oysters and Uni, Fresh from Toyosu Market

When it comes to seafood, Japan has an unrivaled reputation for quality and freshness. And for those who crave a taste of Japan's finest, Kazuwa Prime has a special treat in store. On September 06, Wednesday, they are bringing a LIMITED supply of the freshest Oysters and Uni, directly from Japan, and it's an opportunity you won't want to miss.

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Sushi Artistry

Sushi, the iconic Japanese dish that has transcended its culinary roots, is not just a delightful symphony of flavors but also a captivating work of art. Sushi chefs, known as itamae, take great pride in meticulously crafting each piece, treating them as miniature canvases where taste and visual appeal intertwine.

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