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RAMEN Shop MENYA Marutama Open for 2021 winter

We hope you are having a wonderful winter season!

We are proud to announce that Menya Marutama Hakuba is now in its 3rd season.

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of you for your support.

In the midst of Covid-19 pandemic, we will continue to take thorough measures to manage our health and infection so that everyone can have a safe and secure time at Marutama Hakuba.

 

Pre-Opening Date : Dec. 17th (Fri), 18th (Sat), 19th (Sun)

Open : 11am to 2pm   6pm to 9pm

As a token of our gratitude,

we will be offering special prices during the three days of the pre-opening.

The menu will be limited and will end while supplies last.

For example: Tsuke Men1,000 yen → 400 yen, Tamakoshi Jiro 850 yen → 400 yen

Gyoza 400 yen → 150 yen,  Beer 580 yen → 200 yen  Highball 550 yen → 200 yen

Grand Opening Date : Dec. 24th (Fri)

Open : 11am to 2pm   6pm to 9pm

Closed : Every Tuesday(Except January 4th)

 

We are sincerely looking forward to your visit and look forward to serving you again this year.

 

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