Hands down the best Japanese restaurant on Saipan! Excellent service combined with fresh food, all done with pride and care.
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I can't stop going here! Everyone is so friendly and your needs are taken care of with little to no hassle. Food is great and I swear it's just my #1 favorite spot for Japanese food and the Japanese feel!
This is our favorite place,we come here maybe everyweek...food is very good at affordable price, waitstaff is very friendly and attentive, they do their best to understand tourist that cannot speak english, interior is old yet beautifull japanese design...over all, were always satisfied. 😊
I have been there many times as I live on Saipan. I brought some off island friends that were visiting. They enjoyed the food and the service!
Although the food was good in quality and taste, their service fell short of a lot of things. First, we ordered gyoza and shumai. When our food came, the waitresses served us two orders of gyoza. When I asked about the shumai, she said that...More
First and foremost this restaurant is one of the oldest on Saipan. The atmosphere of course is all Japanese. Located across Fiesta Hotel in Garapan. The disappointing part of the establishment is the staff are some deviant. We ordered Gyoza and Shumai. The food come...More
I just eat the Reman and the location is very easy to find and the price is reasonable just $10 for bowl and not crowd of people U can see the Fiesta beach bar hotel in the opposite side ! Nice
We stayed in FIESTA and was very close . I heard from people that this place has a very good tuna. And it was right. We ordered noodle too .. it was salty but good ~ This place has lots of Japanese comic books and...More
It opens from 7am, nice meal for both breakfast and lunch with reasonable price. Staff are friendly too. But food serves a little bit slow. Very good selection of japanese food.
They serve all kinds of japanese food and overall taste is not bad. And the most good thing is they serve breakfast menus from 0700 am every morning. By the way, they seemingly discriminate against non-Japanese(Korean?). Whenever I visited there the first thing I was...More