New at MFUNE: KIRIN ICHIBAN – Malt Beer Besides our ASAHI Japanese Beer, we do have added a fine Malt Beer from Japan for our guests in Dumaguete! Here some facts from the brewery: Brewing beer is communicating with nature! … Read More
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See ALL of our dishes from our regular menu. For orders, reservations and deliveries, contact us at 035 531 2630, 0921 247 8449 or 0935 443 8134.
Teppanyaki Special Menu "MWF"
Enjoy your Teppanyaki experience for only Php 195.00... (Including rice) Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY from 12 Noon to 9 PM. Eight (8) delish single Teppanyaki menus prepared and cooked on MIFUNE's Teppan Table in front of you!
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Reservation at MIFUNE? Order Party Sushi or making a reservation — please be informed we do have a new landline number and additional a new Globe mobile number… Landline: 035 531 2630 Smart: 0921 247 8449 Globe: 0935 443 8134 … Read More
At Samyama Studio Dumaguete: SKEMA TAI CHI – To be Balanced TaiChi, also known as shadow boxing, consists of a sequence of traditional Chinese movements, which are remarkably smooth and flowing and are accompanied by a harmonious breathing pattern. Practicing … Read More
February 14 — MIFUNE Valentines Day *special* Menu from 5PM – 10PM SET PRICE PHP 1,050.00 (good for two) On Valentine’s Day 2019, MIFUNE Japanese Restaurant will offer our Dumagueteneo Valentino’s & Valentina’s a set menu with 9 dishes to … Read More
The Dumagueteño’s is calling Dumaguete ”the city of gentle people”… And gentle people like to sit together with good friends and with ”strangers” as well. Have some decent food and drinks. Always ready to discover some new dishes and drinks. … Read More
Japanese food and coffee? A nightmare within the Japanese cuisine or a ”trend” from Japan? According to our numerous Japanese guests: it’s a new fashion in Japan! It started with a demand for Grappa (Italian grape brandy) after the meal. … Read More
MIFUNE’s Maki Sushi or Roll Sushi We guess the most common types and the ones most our guests are familiar with: are the maki and nigiri sushi. Maki sushi consists of a layer of rice, seaweed, and tuna or salmon … Read More
Gyoza – a History… The Chinese get all credits for the invention of those little dumplings which is, in fact, the same as the Chinese ”Jiaozi”. Gyoza was not introduced to Japan until the 1940’s and – probably adapted after … Read More
Okonomiyaki – let us start with the name: it basically means “what you like, grilled”… – Yaki means: grilled (or cooked) – Okonomi: means “what you want” or “what you like”