We do more than simply design restaurants. We have created a comprehensive facility for dog lovers with a view to creating an environment itself, as well as a fine Hawaiian diner and other restaurants.
A place of comfort in an urban area for you and your beloved dogs This salon is fully equipped to let you enjoy a better urban lifestyle with your dogs. Its facilities include a café where you can dine with your dog, a dog grooming salon, and a hotel that provides accommodation to your dog and looks after your precious pet.
EGG & SPUMA
EGG & SPUMA appeals to girls who want to behave like adults. It is an omelet café with a comfortable space where you can rest at ease. It serves special ome-risotto and omelets, which were created with inspiration from the famous soft and springy omelet of northwest France.
GRILL & DINER FAM’s HOUSE
An American diner & Tex-Mex restaurant for having a good time with your fams FAM’s HOUSE is a casual gathering place for close companions and family-like people (fams). You can enjoy a genuine, good old American diner, which combines warmth and coolness, in front of Ueno Station. The Hot Guacamole, an original dish created based on a Mexican specialty dish, enlivens conversation with your families or close companions.
MUU MUU DINER
Fine Hawaiian Diner This restaurant features Hawaiian Kona coffee, which uses coffee beans imported by air from Hawaii. It is a genuine Hawaiian diner that provides the taste of “aloha” with loco moco, hamburgers, and other dishes that reflect persistence in good taste.
Long Fu Xiao Long Tang
Beautiful Shanghai and good taste of the hot xiaolongbao This restaurant delivers the excitement of Shanghai. It boasts xiaolongbao, which is carefully made individually after the order is placed. Xiaolongbao features the soup and rich taste of meat, contained in a thin dough. It is recommended to have xiaolongbao together with the rich variety of dim sums, including steamed and fried dim sums that optimize the taste of seafood.
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