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History

Our Philosophy
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At Miyake, we believe in creating a personalized environment for our customers where everyone can feel important, like a guest in our home. To achieve this, we provide consitent but flexible menu items that can be easily customized to fit anyone's needs. Recognizing the efficiency of teamwork, Miyake implements a friendly team-oriented policy for all of our employees so that everyone feels like a significant part of the team. We strive for quality, consistency, exceptional service, cleanliness, and most of all, the customer's happiness.

History

After undergoing major renovation and restructuring from the previous location of the Kayuga Japanese Restaurant, and thanks to help from many of Cornell's hotel school students, Miyake has been successfully operating since January 2004. Combined with Kayuga's operation from October 1989 to December 2003, 416 Eddy Street has been a location of Japanese restaurants for more than 15 years.

Miyake Today

Since the acquisition of 416 Eddy Street, Jung Mi Choi, the owner of Miyake, has renovated the restaurant to create a warm, romantic, and elegant atmosphere. Customers ranging from classy clientele to college professors and students can all feel at home in the comforting environment of Miyake. We encourage you to come visit Miyake and try the food for yourself!

About Our Menu

The majority of Miyake's menu incorporates traditional Japanese cuisine. However, to serve a broader range of customers, Miyake also provides a large selection of food that can only be described as a fusion between modern and traditional Japanese cuisine. For anyone feeling adventurous or reminiscent, there is always something on the menu that is guaranteed to satisfy your tastes.