2 new Japanese restaurants open at Rockwell in Bacolod

Coco Ichibanya at the Pavilions at Nara Residences by Rockwell* 

The grand opening of Coco Ichibanya and Mitsuyado Sei-men restaurants at the Pavilions at Nara Residences by Rockwell along GM Cordova Avenue in Mandalagan, Bacolod City, is set Thursday morning, May 23.

The two Japanese culinary establishments bring an authentic taste of Japan to your doorstep, said Hubert U. Young, Chief Executive Officer of UCC Ueshima Coffee Philippines Inc., the company that brought the Japanese chains to the country.

Coco Ichibanya is renowned for its delectable curry dishes, while Mitsuyado Sei-men offers a culinary noodle journey, both providing customers with an exceptional dining experience.

Mitsuyado Sei-men, a popular Japanese noodle chain founded in 2005 in Tokyo, is known for its customizable noodles and distinct yuzu oil-infused broth.

“Bacolod is the best place to bring the Mitsuyado Sei-men experience here in Negros where there has always been a thriving dining scene. Bacolodnons and people from nearby provinces can expect the same quality of food and service that our restaurants in Metro Manila have been known for,” Young said.

Mitsuyado Sei-men at the Pavilions at Nara Residences by Rockwell*

CoCo Ichibanya, the Number 1 Japanese Curry House in the World, was founded in Nagoya, Japan.

The restaurant chain specializes in curry with more than 30 toppings.

“We are excited to introduce CoCo Ichibanya to the city of Bacolod, and we invite everyone to have a taste of its authentic Japanese curry rice and experience why it is the world’s largest curry restaurant chain as certified by the Guinness World Records,” Young said.*

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