A Houston area restaurant is hoping to stop two intruders from striking again.
According to the restaurant’s owner, two men in masks broke into the business Friday morning, smashing windows and breaking the door.
Shun Japanese Kitchen co-owners take pride in sharing Japanese food and culture and now they are spreading the word about two thieves still on the run.
Chef Naoki Yoshida and his wife pastry chef Renee Yoshida opened Shun Japanese Kitchen four years ago. It was their first business together and they say food is their passion.
“Shun really means a lot to us, especially me and my wife. We are second-generation Japanese, so we’re trying to implement our concept, our ideas,” Naoki said.
Naoki built most of the woodwork inside the restaurant. Renee is a designer and she created the interior of the restaurant, making sure to include important elements of Japanese culture including nods to the fishing industry, Japanese sake barrels, patterns, and more.
“We’ve put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into our business,” Naoki said. “I built the bar and a lot of the woodwork around Shun.”
“It’s kind of like our baby,” Renee laughed.
“It’s kind of like our baby,” Renee laughed.[ad_2]