Yukio Takeda Head Chef at JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok

| October 2, 2017

Bangkok’s favorite Tsu Japanese restaurant and Nami Teppanyaki steakhouse is pleased to welcome its new head chef starting from July 17, 2017.

Chef Takeda started his culinary odyssey in a traditional authentic 200-seat Japanese restaurant – Kawamatsu in Tokyo. Five years after his first stint in the culinary world, Chef Takeda moved on to work at some of the world’s most established kitchens, from the Nakasu Mita restaurant in Tokyo, Hyatt Regency in Dubai, Okashi Japanese Restaurant in Cairo. His most notable placement was with 2 Michelin starred Umu Japanese restaurant in London. These experiences molded his skills to be a true-blue Japanese Chef.

His latest venture before Bangkok was with the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong where he was the man behind the famous Kaetsu restaurant and its crafted hand-rolled sushi and teppanyaki menu. With his undying passion for the world of culinary arts and devotion for traditional Japanese cuisine, Chef Takeda will continue to delight his customers with his authentic and captivating dishes at Tsu Japanese restaurant and Nami Teppanyaki steakhouse at JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok.

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