Maui Food and Dining

Japengo Celebrates International Sushi Day with Special Dish

June 16, 2016, 5:42 PM HST
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In honor of International Sushi Day this Saturday, June 18, Japengo at Hyatt Regency Maui is offering a sushi special.

The award-winning restaurant, voted Best Sushi for three consecutive years at the ‘Aipono Awards, will feature a sushi trio created by sushi expert and Chef Jin Hosono. The trio will include a California Roll, a Spicy Tuna Roll and a Blackened Ahi Roll for $24.

Japengo Maui's sushi trio in honor of International Sushi Day; featuring a California Roll, Spicy Tuna Roll and Blackened Ahi Roll for $24. Photo Courtesy.

Japengo Maui’s sushi trio in honor of International Sushi Day; featuring a California Roll, Spicy Tuna Roll and Blackened Ahi Roll for $24.
Photo Courtesy.

Guests who purchase the sushi trio special will also receive a recipe card for the Blackened Ahi Roll.

The oceanside restaurant, which is celebrating its five year anniversary this year, also won Gold for Best Asian cuisine and Silver for Restaurant of the Year at this year’s ‘Aipono Awards.

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Japengo prides itself on serving Hawai‘i’s freshest, locally-grown products coupled with exotic ingredients from the Pacific Rim.

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Japengo will also host the second annual Maui Tastemakers Series, which features dining experiences carefully crafted around and inspired by its local partners, including artisans, fisherman, and beverage makers. Upcoming partners include Kona Brewing Co. with Simpli-Fresh Produce on Friday, August 12.

For reservations call (808) 667-4727 or click here for more information.

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