At the forefront of the Hachiman Shrine, stands Japan’s oldest existing Torii. A symbolic gateway structure that transcends one into sacred ground of Shinto shrines, a torii is close to the heart of Japanese culture dating as far back to the mid-heian period of Japan. Our very own Torii, was created for the purpose of bringing to life an integral form of Japanese history – through the language of taste! Incorporating traditional elements in today’s world – Torii aims to create a one of a kind modern izakaya experience. Well known for its burst of flavours, Torii is set to excite taste buds for Japanese food lovers, with a twist! Have your pick from our menu of yakitoris to donburis, and pair it with a glass (or two) of Suntory whiskey, founded by Shinjiro Torii; famous for putting Japanese whiskey on the map.
Dated back in 1860, it was the end of the ancient Edo period, which also marked the start of the brand TSUJIRI that was first established by Riemon Tsuji in Uji, Kyoto, Japan. The founder Riemon tapped his own wealth to improve the tea industry, advancing and innovating the method to enhance the flavors and sweetness of the tea to produce the highest quality Gyokuro tea leaves. He also created a tea cabinet to prolong the freshness of the tea leaves, which means that TSUJIRI’s teas are equally fresh as compared to the ones found in other parts of Japan. Riemon’s effort was well-recognised by many and to attest to that, his statue was built in Byodoin, the world heritage temple in Kyoto. Since ancient times, green tea has been known to have soothing effects and health benefits. In recent years, it has also been known as an anti-aging and anti-cancerous agent. Not only is green tea rich in vitamins A, C, E and beta-carotene, it is also one of the best antioxidants. It is rich in catechin which helps to burn calories, allowing for full enjoyment with rich nutrients yet low calories. For more than 150 years, TSUJIRI’s philosophy […]
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Korea Plaza is a tourist information centre and Korean culture showroom run by Korea Tourism Organization for visitors to experience a taste of Korea as well as to get travel information for their holiday to Korea. You can obtain official travel guides, tourist maps, and assorted tourism brochures of various tourist attractions in Korea free-of-charge at Korea Plaza. Got a question? Feel free to ask our staff and we will assist you as best as we can!* Visitors can also experience Korean culture right here in Singapore! View our lifelike food displays or try on the Korean national costume, the hanbok, then take a photo for your own souvenir!
Da Bang is one of the most chic and rustic cafe bars, nestled in the central business district of Singapore. We have combined the best of both worlds- Korean brunch cafe by day and Korean Mexican Bar at night. Da Bang encompasses the full experience of the delightful aroma of freshly prepared coffees complemented with great music and mystic ambiance. So stop by, relax and dig into something new and awesome!
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