“the authentic taste of Japan”
Pronounced “shin sen goo-me”, the name was taken from the historical samurai clan who fought for a great “cause” during a civil war in Japan. Their commitment to excellence and sincerity of service to the nation became our model for serving excellent, traditional Japanese cuisine to our valuable customers. We are open 7 days a week, every day of the year, even on holidays. Whether you are picking up a meal on the go, having a family dinner, or enjoying a drink with your friends, this is the right place to come enjoy a refreshing and pleasant dining experience. While the Shin-Sen-Gumi president Mitsuyasu Shigeta worked part-time in the Hakata located restaurant “Tonsho” one coworker broke out on his own and opened a restaurant in Hakata called “Shin-Sen-Gumi”. When preparing to open his own restaurant in the U.S., Mr. Shigeta studied at this Hakata-based restaurant for two months and in turn, inherited the name “Shin-Sen-Gumi”, a name that he believed would have an impact on Americans. Also, the meaning of “picking the best” is implied in the name as the Japanese translation can roughly be “a group that picks new items”.
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Hakata Ramen Shinsengumi
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