About Komeyui

The food philosophy at KOMEYUI is to use the freshest possible ingredients, matching with authentic Japanese cooking style that brings out their best qualities.

Rice here is cooked in a “Hagama” – a traditional cast iron pot that maintains rice’s natural flavour unlike any modern cooker.

The meanings behind the name and logo of

KOMEYUI JAPANESE RESTAURANT:

Symbolises a traditional Japanese group meal where family and friends gather together and sit around the table on which there is a large hotpot and a tray of rice dishes including gohan (steam rice),

and side dishes such as natto (fermented cooked soya beans), temaki (hand-rolled sushi), yakizakana (grilled fish) and miso soup.

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Rice, the mainstay of the Japanese diet.

Knot, a word that is full of emotions, harmony and health, whether it is binding, make, become attached to, and unity.

Komeyui Japanese Restaurant

Access
Drive: 10 min from CBD
Tram: 3min from Stop 127 (North Port Station)
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Opening Hours
Closed: Monday
Open: Tuesday to Sunday (6days)
12:00-15:00 / 17:30-22:00