Vegan Standby Obon Will Open a Full-Blown Restaurant Serving Japanese Curry, Onigiri, and Kenchinjiru

Obon’s Humiko Hozumi and Jason Duffany have come a long way. The two have watched their business grow steadily over the last seven years, from their vegan Japanese food business’s early days at farmers markets, where they had to explain onigiri to unfamiliar customers, to opening a stall within the food hall Morrison Market in February 2020. Next month, they’ll take another step forward: This July, Obon Shokudo will bid farewell to its Morrison Market stall and take over the former Kachinka space on SE Grand Avenue. The chefs broke the news on Instagram, announcing a new restaurant that will serve homestyle Japanese curry, house-made udon, and kenchinjiru stew,

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