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February 25, 2017

Chef Shota Nakajima recently closed Capitol Hill's Naka Kaiseki in order to open in its stunning space Adana (meaning "nickname"), a brand-new concept highlighting Shota's beautiful Japanese fare. Diners can enjoy his simple, clean and flavorful dishes thanks to rotati...

February 23, 2017

In Seattle, Shota Nakajima completed the transformation of Naka Kaiseki to Adana, an affordable Japanese restaurant focused on tasting menus; Chris Hoey remains on board as executive chef.

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February 22, 2017

The renovation of Capitol Hill’s high-end Japanese kaiseki restaurant went even smoother than chef/owner Shota Nakajima hoped, and less than a month after Naka closed, it’s relaunching today at 5 p.m. as Adana, a more casual, homier, more affordable showcase for Nakaji...

February 22, 2017

30 Under 30 winner Shota Nakajima opened his kaiseki restaurant Naka in Capitol Hill in June 2015. Shortly after, the accolades started rolling in for the young, Japanese-trained chef as all of Seattle clamored to the sleek spot for the multicourse seasonal dinners tha...

January 26, 2017

While chef/owner Shota Nakajima isn’t quite ready to chase the red-hot fast-casual trend, he is hoping to attract more repeat customers by backing off the high-end tasting menu experience found at Naka, his Japanese kaiseki restaurant on Capitol Hill. After service on...

January 26, 2017

As a true Japanophile, I’m having a hard time saying goodbye to Naka, which chef Shota Nakajima announced yesterday will be closing after dinner service on Jan. 29. The ambitious Capitol Hill restaurant specialized in kaiseki—beautifully plated, simple, seasonal dishes...

January 26, 2017

Naka, the city’s only house of high-end kaiseki dining, will serve its last 10-course meal this Sunday, January 29. Chef Shota Nakajima says  his restaurant at 14th and Pine will reopen as Adana, most likely in late February or early March. He wanted to retire the Naka...

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