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Shinsengumi - Hakata Ramen


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2015 W Redondo Beach Blvd.
Gardena, CA 90247

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Map of Shinsengumi - Hakata Ramen, 2015 W Redondo Beach Blvd.

Shinsengumi's Samurai logo

It is pronounced as “shin sin gu-me”. The name was taken from the historical Samurai group who fought for a great “cause” during internal conflict in Japtan. Their commitment to excellence and sincerity of sevice to the nation became our model for serving excellent, traditional Japanese cuisine to our valuable customers. We are open 7 days a week, every day of the year, even on holidays. Whether you are picking up a meal on the go, having a family dinner, or enjoying a drink with your friends, this is the right place to come enjoy refreshing and plesant dining experience.

On March 12, 1863 a group of samurai was gathered to form an organized team under the Aizu-Clan. These samurai were origintally sent to Kyoto to protect Shogun, Iemochi Tokugawa. However, when it was time for them to return to Edo (Tokyo), some objected to the order and remained in Kyoto. Those that remained became the heroic "Shin-Sen-Gumi." In the last days of Tokugawa shogunate in the Edo era, Kyoto was falling in chaos. The Shin-Sen-Gumi was organized to protect and maintain the public safety from the Ishin-Shishi, men that were trying to overthrow the Tokugawa shogunate. The Shin-Sen-Gumi was famous for their light-blue uniform and the flag with a kanji “誠” (pronounced “MAKOTO”, meaning faithful) written on it.
They purely served themselves for the country and its people; they were the strongest and the last Samurai. Unlike the other samurai, the Shin-Sen-Gumi never had a lord. To be a true Samurai, one must have a lord. Yet Shin-Sen-Gumi believed that their "lord" was the "MAKOTO." The Shin-Sen-Gumi restaurant is named after these Samurai and continues to pass on the legend to generations to come. Our motto is to serve our customers with the world's greatest spirit and sincerity, as exemplified by our honorable predecessors. In order to carry out our mission and to introduce the Japanese culture, a Shin-Sen-Gumi group is constantly seeking new styles in this new era.


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