Korean restaurant opens at Amu Plaza Kagoshima, featuring Kamadaki rice

PUBLISHED Sep 7, 2023

Exterior view of the restaurant

On August 28, the Korean restaurant Han to Kome opened on the fifth floor of Amu Plaza Kagoshima Main Building in Kagoshima City.

The operation is managed by Saint Marc Holdings, based in Okayama Prefecture. Known for its Saint Marc Café, Han to Kome is a new venture for the company, and in July of this year, it opened its first branch in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture. The Amu Plaza Kagoshima branch marks its initial entry into the Western Japan area.

For lunch, the restaurant offers a set meal that comes with a main dish, nine side dishes, and Kamadaki rice (rice cooked in an iron pot). The main dishes include nine options, such as Sundubu-jjigae, Cheese Sundubu, Yangnyeom Chicken & Honey Mustard, Cheese Dakgalbi, Bulgogi, and more, with prices ranging from 1,408 yen.

It also has a variety of à la carte menu items, including the Korean-style steamed egg dish Gyeranjjim (759 yen), soup made with chicken and traditional Korean medicinal herbs known as Samgyetang (1,969 yen), Bulgogi, Japchae, and others. Korean fried chicken is available in Yangnyeom, Honey Mustard, and Cheese sauce options, and it offers a UFO Chicken that comes with two different types of chicken.

The drink menu includes Chamisul and Makgeolli, as well as a cocktail made with vinegar Micho and juice with fruit pulp Bon Bon.

As part of the grand opening celebration until September 24, the restaurant is offering the Yangnyeom Chicken & Honey Mustard Chicken Set Meal (1,408 yen) for 1,298 yen.

Opening hours: 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.