Neighborhood lunch place / Japanese supermarket. Love it for its authenticity and affordable Japanese food menu. Although its located in SOHO, it’s not hip, not fancy, not designed, not styled, not outstanding. Feels like a honest, family run business that makes the most out of this location for sure. Come here for Ramen, soba, sushi, and more. Try some fries with a choice of chili or
wasabi mayonnaise. There’s something about them.
Throughout his professional career, Clabots has worked as a designer, a creative director, a university professor, and as a serial entrepreneur, having started and run a series of design-related businesses.
Hailing from Nebraska, Sean is a graphic designer, illustrator, animator and motion designer. After working in San Francisco, Colorado, Amsterdam and southern France he is currently living in Brooklyn and freelancing out of New York City. His style is often graphical with an emphasis on typography, color, and texture.
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