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"Okazuya & Japanese Delights"

Located in one of the older strip malls in Aiea, this local hot spot is one of the leeward Oahu landmarks when it comes to local food. The restaurant offers two styles of dining. The first is in the wonderful sit-down restaurant, which is done in traditional décor with lots of dark woods, shoji screens and gracious service. The other option is getting take-out from the okazuya window that opens before the sun comes up. There are always lines for the take-out window, so get there early if you want to get a box full of Japanese deli items to take to the beach or to a family gathering. There is lots of free parking.

98-020 Kamehameha Highway, Aiea, HI, United States, 96732

+1 808 487 2424

Today: 11:00 AM - 02:00 PM Closed Now

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Monday to Sunday 11:00 AM to 02:00 PM
Monday to Sunday 05:00 PM to 08:45 PM
Wednesday to Monday 05:30 AM to 01:45 PM

"Okazuya & Japanese Delights"

Located in one of the older strip malls in Aiea, this local hot spot is one of the leeward Oahu landmarks when it comes to local food. The restaurant offers two styles of dining. The first is in the wonderful sit-down restaurant, which is done in traditional décor with lots of dark woods, shoji screens and gracious service. The other option is getting take-out from the okazuya window that opens before the sun comes up. There are always lines for the take-out window, so get there early if you want to get a box full of Japanese deli items to take to the beach or to a family gathering. There is lots of free parking.

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Who owns Kabuki? ›

The Team Behind KDG

Kaizen Dining Group was founded by President and CEO David Lee. Lee was exposed to fine Japanese cuisine at a young age, and although initially pursued a career in engineering, soon emerged as one of California's most prominent restaurateurs.

What does kabuki mean in Japanese? ›

Kabuki literally means “sing, dance, skill.” A shrine dancer named Okuni is credited with giving birth to Kabuki by performing a series of dances in a dry riverbed in Kyoto. Early Kabuki (Onna Kabuki) consisted mainly of dance performances done by women.

What is the meaning of teppanyaki? ›

Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine, and is derived from the words 'teppan' (iron plate) and 'yaki' (grilled, boiled, or pan-fried). So, it literally means 'grilling on an iron plate'. The dishes cooked using an iron plate include meat, seafood, and noodles.

When did Kabuki start? ›

Kabuki is a Japanese traditional theatre form, which originated in the Edo period at the beginning of the seventeenth century and was particularly popular among townspeople.

Why did kabuki get banned? ›

Onna-kabuki became so popular that oftentimes fights would break out between people in the audience. This led the shogunate and feudal domain to enforce stricter regulations on the performances, and eventually ban onna-kabuki for the reason of it corrupting public morals.

Why is kabuki famous? ›

Kabuki (歌舞伎, かぶき) is a classical form of Japanese theatre, mixing dramatic performance with traditional dance. Kabuki theatre is known for its heavily stylised performances, its glamorous, highly decorated costumes, and for the elaborate kumadori make-up worn by some of its performers.

Is Kabuki Chinese or Japanese? ›

Introduction. Kabuki is the dominant type of native drama in Japan today, and has been for some three centuries. It is regarded as the annual entertainment for the average Japanese family.

What is the slang word Kabuki? ›

Kabuki is a term used by American political pundits as a synonym for political posturing.

Is Kabuki all female? ›

Originally, both men and women acted in Kabuki plays, but eventually only male actors performed the plays: a tradition that has remained to the present day. Male actors specialized in women's roles are called onnagata.

What is it called when they cook in front of you at a Japanese restaurant? ›

Teppanyaki grills are found in many Japanese restaurants as long, flat grills around which guests are seated. The chefs grill the food that is ordered in front of the guests, wowing them with their culinary talents and excellent knife skills.

Why is teppanyaki so expensive? ›

Naturally, prices are higher due to the costly ingredients. However, the allure of teppanyaki lies not just in its expense, but also in its delicious taste. Iron griddles evenly distribute heat to the food and seal in the food's umami (Japanese savory taste).

What does omakase mean? ›

Omakase literally means “I Leave The Details Up to You

Omakase directly translates to - "I leave it up to you." The term Omakase gained popularity in the 1990s. Omakase, a chef-curated dinner, is famous for its direct interactions with the chef. The customer leaves the order details to the sushi chef.

What does the Ka mean in kabuki? ›

The term kabuki originally suggested the unorthodox and shocking character of this art form. In modern Japanese, the word is written with three characters: ka, signifying “song”; bu, “dance”; and ki, “skill.”

Is kabuki still a thing? ›

There is a national theater in the middle of Tokyo where they still do Kabuki theater, and it isn't suffering any. They also do Bunraku there, the big puppets. The stories are told in old Japanese, and people don't understand them anymore, but they are proud of them.

What does "onna kabuki" mean? ›

The popularity of onna (“women's”) Kabuki remained high until women's participation was officially banned in 1629 by the shogun (military ruler) Tokugawa Iemitsu, who thought that the sensuality of the dances had a deleterious effect on public morality. Not only were the dances considered suggestive, but the dancers…

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