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Matsuri (祭) is the Japanese word for a festival or holiday. Why not to celebrate with us by eating the best Japanese food in Curacao?
There are no specific matsuri days for all of Japan; dates vary from area to area, and even within a specific area, but festival days do tend to cluster around traditional holidays such as Setsubun or Obon. Almost every locale has at least one matsuri in late summer/early autumn, usually related to the rice harvest, in Matsuri Curacao rice is one of the main ingredients.
The Marine Day, also known as "Ocean Day" or "Sea Day", is a Japanese national holiday celebrated on the third Monday in July. It is an important date for Matsuri Curacao and the purpose of the holiday is to give thanks to the ocean's bounty and to consider the importance of the ocean to Japan as an island nation, we’ll be cooking with our tastiest ingredients focused on sea food.
Wouldn’t you like to try Seafood Diablo?
Japanese people eat a selection of dishes during the New Year celebration called osechi. Many of these dishes are sweet, sour, or dried, some foods eaten in one region are not eaten in other places (or are considered inauspicious or even banned) on New Year's Day.
We'll be waiting for you at Matsuri Curacao to celebrate on our most important holidays.
Tuesday thru Saturday
Lunch: 11.30am - 3pm
Dinner: 5.30pm - 11pm
Sunday 5pm - 10pm
Tel: 599 9 736 0101
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