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Khao San" - Thai Bangkok Food Stall Opened a branch at Shinjuku Station ITRUMINE

EATo LUMINE" to open in Shinjuku Station, one of the busiest stations in Japan You can enjoy authentic Thai food at "EATo LUMINE," which will open in Shinjuku Station, the largest station in Japan by passengers!


Spice Road Corporation ( Head office: Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; President: Shuichi Kinoshita), which operates Thai restaurants in Tokyo and its suburbs, centering on the original Tom Yum Ramen restaurant "TINUN," will open a new gourmet spot "EATo LUMINE" in the B1F ticket gates of JR Shinjuku Station on April 17 (Wednesday), 2024. The new restaurant will be located in "EATo LUMINE", a new gourmet spot inside the ticket gates on the B1F of JR Shinjuku Station, which will open on April 17, 2024 (Wednesday).

(As of April 2024: 33 stores including franchise and business tie-up stores)

Bangkok Yatai Khao San logo


The "I wish I had one" inside the ticket gates of JR Shinjuku Station.

The casual store interior colored in pale pink and the entrance reminiscent of a Bangkok food stall make it easy to use even by one person, and authentic Thai cuisine can be tasted quickly and easily. The restaurant is conveniently located inside the station, allowing you to enjoy delicious Thai cuisine in your spare time or during your travel time.

The most recommended dish is "Thai-style Tom Yum Noodle" for 980 yen (tax included). You can enjoy the smooth texture of rice noodles, the aroma of cherry shrimp and peanuts, and the flavor of ground pork. The authentic taste is well-balanced between sweet, spicy, and sour. The noodles are made with standard thin rice noodles imported directly from Thailand, and can be seasoned to your liking with table-top seasonings, Thai style.

You can also enjoy "Gapao Lakao (rice with chicken basil)," "Pad Thai (Thai-style fried rice noodles)," "Khao Mangai (Thai-style chicken rice)," and healthy "spring rolls" filled with vegetables, which are also popular street dishes in Japan. A wide variety of take-out items are also available at the store, which opens at 8:00 a.m.

As a commemorative menu item, "Khao San Road Noodle 1,180 yen (tax included)" will be available in limited quantities.

Please enjoy "authentic Thai food" in Shinjuku Ekinka with a good time performance.

Khao Mangai

Authentic Gapao stir-fried with coarsely minced meat

Thai style Tom Yum Noodle

Pad Thai made with sen lek (rice noodles)

Fresh spring rolls

Bangkok Yatai Khao San Eit Termine Shinjuku

Location : 3-38-2 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0022

       JR Shinjuku Station, B1F, inside the ticket gates (toward the west ticket gate)

Telephone number: 03-6709-8966

Facility name: EATo LUMINE

Opening date and time: April 17, 2024 (Wednesday), 11:00 a.m.

Regular business hours: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

       (8:00-10:00 take-out business only; store opens at 10:00)

Seats: 35 (23 at counter and 2 round tables,

          (23 seats at the counter, 2 round tables, and 12 seats at each round table, with 6 people sharing a table)

Access : 0 minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station, 0m from JR Shinjuku Station

Reservation : Not available

Closed :According to the facility

Price per customer : Lunch: 1,000-1,999 yen, Dinner: 1,000-1,999 yen

Payment Method :Cards accepted (VISA, Master, JCB, AMEX, Diners),

       Electronic money accepted (e.g., Suica, transportation-related electronic money),

       2D code payment is available (PayPay).

Special note: No private rooms, no private parties, no smoking, parking available

Casual interior

Opening commemorative candy

Official website of Khao San Eit Termine Shinjuku:

EATo LUMINE official website: