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Japa Dog


Japadog is a small chain of street food stands and restaurants located in both Vancouver, Canada and New York City.[1] The chain, which specializes in hot dogs that include variants of Japanese-style foods like okonomiyaki, yakisoba, teriyaki and tonkatsu, is owned by Noriki Tamura.[2]

History

Tamura and his wife moved to Vancouver in 2005. They opened the first Japadog stand that same year.[3] A second stand opened in Vancouver in the summer of 2009. As of March of 2013, the company now has four locations in Vancouver and a fifth one in New York City. [4] In addition to their three mobile stands in Vancouver, in 2010 they opened a sit-in restaurant, allowing them to serve extra items such as desserts [5]

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Coordinates: 49°16′56″N 123°07′27″W / 49.2822°N 123.1243°W / 49.2822; -123.1243


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