Fancy having Charcoal Hei Skewer masterfully grilling on Sawdust Binchotan to a succulent & smoky perfection!
Q-WA Izakaya using premium quality ingredient imported from 🇯🇵 so as to bring you for a short spin at the street of Japan😋😋 An extensive range of Yakimono price range starting from $2.90!
103 Beach Road,
Lunch: 1130 ~ 1430
Dinner: 1700 ~ 2300
(+65) 8336 7728
🎊🎊🎊🎊SURPRISA🎊🎊🎊🎊 @vodkalisque ，In celebration of our 3rd anniversary of Q-WA Bar, we have a 1.8L FREE Sake for you in appreciation of all your love and support!
We will work harder in the future and hope that you will keep supporting us! 👏👏👏
🍶 HUGE RANGE OF SAKES🍶 here at 103 Beach Rd! Only a stone throw away from Bugis MRT, we stock a various selection of sweet and dry sakes that best pair with our savoury signature Yakimono skewers! Have a bottle and unwind with us today! Tel: 8336 7728
Would 'Way of the Welsh Hat' be U~ēruzu bōshi-noyu in Japanese?
Not a question I thought I'd be asking myself, until dropping by the National Museum's 'Kizuna' exhibition. It showcases Japanese design and reveals some unexpected connections between Welsh industry, maverick travellers, Swansea pots and the Land of the Rising Sun.
This exhibition gives the museum a chance to display selected Japanese objects from over 600 pieces in the collection (470 of these are wood block prints) alongside pieces loaned by major Japanese museums.
Examples of all-sorts from the age of Momoyama to manga, folding screens to new technologies are on display. I particularly liked a dish by Hamada Shoji and a vase by Shozo Michikawa but no so much the plastic rocks in the tea- garden-selfie-zone, each to their own.
In 1926 Miss Elizabeth Hughes: a pioneer of women's education bequeathed 171 Japanese items to the museum.I loved the idea of her lugging a Welsh costume all the way to Tokyo : how big must that hat box have been? There she was photographed in 1902, alongside Tetsu Yasui who would become the first dean of the Tokyo Women's Christian University.
The National Museum's founding director gave his nephew, the potter #BernardLeach , the task of sourcing tea ceremony utensils: the packing case in which several arrived, is a gordian knot of string and wax: more interesting than the yakimono within perhaps?...and addressed to England. #Kizuna#nationalmuseumwales#wales#cymru#cardiff#japanesedesign#chanoyu#yakimono#hamadashoji#museumlove#visitwsles#japaneseceramics#nationalmuseumcardiff#welshmuseum#japaneseculture#welshhat#welshnationalcostume#ceramics#masterpotters#ウェールズ#絆#elizabethhughes#焼きもの
Lunch at our favourite izakaya - Izakaya Nijumaru! ❤️ Our must-haves are always yakitori, grilled pork belly and grilled mushrooms. The pork belly is always heavenly and you definitely have to try that if you have a chance to visit.
Also this time we had a few new dishes - grilled eel, stewed meat and potatoes (肉じゃが) and yakisoba (焼きそば). Seems like we have to try something different everytime we come since the menu is so big. 😊
Have been seeing quite some negative comments on the service here so not sure has it got to do with us visiting during lunch time instead. The ladies there are really friendly and we have never had a bad experience there. So probably good to visit during the off peak hours for yummy food and good service? 😉
🎊🎊🎊To celebrate the 3️⃣years anniversary of Q-WA Bar, we will have a lucky draw for customers that dine in during the month of August.
The prize is a 1.8L Sake,🍶🍶and to add on, special gifts will be given, we hope to see you here! 🎉🎉🎉