Disney Dedicates Katsura Grill in EPCOT’s Japan Pavilion

Katsura Grill is the name of the remodeled Yakitori House. The quick service location inside the Japan Pavilion in EPCOT has been open for a few weeks, but was officially dedicated on the 17th. The grounds outside feature gardens modeled after the historic Katsura Imperial Villa near Kyoto, Japan. While the inside features a new modern look and seating for a variety of party sizes.

The ceremony was attended by Erin Youngs, vice president of Epcot; and Hideaki Morooka, general manager International Business Operations for Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd., partners with Disney in the Japan Pavilion. (Pictured at above.)

Have you had a chance to try the new menu? I tried the okonomiyaki, a sort of fried Japanese pancake made with veggies. It’s definitely not a western taste, but it was flavorful. I’ll try it again, but I think I’ll ask them to hold the Mayo sauce.

I am looking forward to trying more items from the menu. The Udon soup is always great on a cold afternoon.

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5 Responses to Disney Dedicates Katsura Grill in EPCOT’s Japan Pavilion

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  2. Tim says:

    I’ll give it a try when I go this summer, always looking to try new stuff

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  4. Christine says:

    The gardens are a magical experience at night.

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