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The written character 米 is shared among China, Japan, Korea and other East Asian counties. It is understood among those countries to mean uncooked rice. The idea comes from rice being such an important main food in East Asian Countries. A typical meal normally consists of two general componens, carbohydrate sources or starch; known as the main, and a dish of fish, meat or vegetable known as the other part of the meal. It also suggests that it is good fortune and in modern times people even gift others quality rice especially during festivals or occasions such as New Years day, weddings or to celebrate the birth of a child.

Kome is pronounced as ‘KO Mai’ in Japanese, but in English it also has a nice pronunciation and we love the combination of the four letters which can suggest ‘welcome to our home’. The rice centric food culture is shared among many East Asian Countries. All of our sushi ingredients such as rice, vinegar, soy sauce and nori sheets are all important from Japan, and they are all prepared daily with the freshest ingredients. We provide sushi with Western twists to suit local’s tastes. It is the same for most of our hot dishes, we have a unique blend of East Asian flavours with a Western twist that you will not be able to find elsewhere.

Kome welcomes those wishing to continue their journey enjoying delicious Japanese and Korea cuisine and those who haven’t had the pleasure to try our genuine authentic flavours.

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