Hatsuzakura Planning Debut on Adams Avenue

Japanese-Inspired Teahouse and Dessert Shop to Replace De Nada Kitchen
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Hatsuzakura is preparing to debut a new cafe concept in University Heights. A recent permit filing places the location on Adams Avenue, set to replace De Nada Kitchen. 

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Hatsuzakura’s Instagram page states the location will feature traditional Japanese desserts, dishes, and beverages. While a menu has yet to be shared, Eater reports the Japanese-inspired cafe and teahouse will serve Bay Park Coffee, matcha, and unique soda floats. 

Co-owned by Sakura Kadoya and Reymond Palisoc, Kadoya is the daughter of Soichi and Raechel Kadoya of neighboring Soichi Sushi

Chef Soichi Kadoya will consult on the food menu, offering items like Japanese-style sandos, karaage, and more. Hatsuzakura will also serve matcha-forward desserts like Japanese custard pudding and wagashi sweets. 

Hatsuzakura will reportedly open in late Spring 2023. For updates, visit the Hatsuzakura Instagram and Website.

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Jeannine Boisse (she/her) is a What Now Media Group staff reporter with a background in Radio & Television. Based in San Diego, you can usually find her exploring local breweries, trying new recipes, and listening to podcasts.
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