Northwest Inspired Asian Cuisine on Concourse C.
Faithful dog Hachi-ko is remembered in Japan for his remarkable loyalty. Hachi-ko would wait diligently for his owner’s return from work at Shibuya Station in Tokyo. This devotion continued even nine years after his owner’s passing. In 1934, a statue of Hachi-ko was erected and is a popular meeting spot.
Hachi-ko aims to builds upon these beliefs
as “a faithful gathering spot,” offering Asian cuisine devoted to the traveling public.
(Menu Limited Due to Current Situations)
Open Daily: 5:30 am - 6:00 pm
(Hours May Vary Due to Current Situations)
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