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For Toshi sushi fans (Kaygetsu): last chance to have his sushi ever before he retires in October

K K | Aug 30, 201112:38 PM     8

From Kaygetsu's email newsletter:

"It has been seven years since we opened Kaygetsu in April of 2004 with a goal to let people in the Bay Area know there's more to Japanese food than just sushi and teriyaki. Now, after seven years, we think we have accomplished that; and we can't thank you enough for all your support. Kaygetsu has been like a little child that needs a lot of attention; and it is a bittersweet moment as we announce that the time has come for us to let it go. We have decided to retire from the restaurant business.

The new owner will take over the restaurant around mid-October. After that, we'll be working somewhere, but not as much as we do now. We'll give you updates as we know the details. We hope we'll have a chance to say good-bye to each one of you.

Toshi and Keiko"

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Kaygetsu Restaurant
325 Sharon Park Dr Ste A2, Menlo Park, CA 94025

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