Hot pot spot celebrates one year

A La Carte

March 17, 2024

Story By: Stephanie Lopes | Photos by: Lawrence Tabudlo

Chicken Karaage Bento ($9.99)

Established in 1949 as a ramen shop in Tottori, Japan, Kamitoku Hot Pot has a rich legacy. From March 29 through March 31, the family-focused eatery will celebrate another milestone: one year at its Market City Shopping Center location.

During the three-day event, diners are invited to visit Kamitoku Hot Pot to enjoy the Wagyu Hot Pot Special for $8.08 (walk-in diners only). The set includes Kamitoku’s famed beef bone broth, 6-ounce wagyu brisket, ramen noodles and wombok.

“We want to serve tasty wagyu hot pot and express gratitude to all the customers who have supported us,” says general manager and co-owner Yu Conceicao.

Any day of the year, the restaurant invites guests to try its Beef Rib-eye Katsu Teishoku ($15) — an indulgent and irresistibly appeasing lunch special. Hearty, juicy, locally butchered beef is enveloped in crispy coating and accompanied by a fragrant beef bone soup and premium Japanese rice.

Chicken Karaage Bento ($9.99) is another crispy combination meal. Perfect for catering events, the eatery offers special discounts for orders of more than 50 bentos.

In many entrees and appetizers, guests can expect fresh, organic vegetables from local farmers such as Naauao Farm in Waimanalo.

As Kamitoku Hot Pot celebrates one year and Kamitoku Ramen in Ward Centre celebrates three years, the company continues its steadfast service to the local community.

“Our current focuses are to connect to local customers, to use local vendors and to have reasonable prices for local customers,” Conceicao concludes.

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