The Walt Disney Co. plans to open a Japanese restaurant in Florida next year, but the company has no plans to offer the menu to kids, according to a person familiar with the plans.
The eatery, which is not yet a reality, would be called Hakata Jiro.
The Hakata is a popular sushi restaurant in Tokyo and has become popular in recent years among children as part of a broader push to make the Japanese food more accessible to American kids.
Disney and Hakata said in a statement that they had “discussed the possibility” of bringing the Hakata concept to Florida, and the menu would not be available to kids.
The company has also announced plans to launch a line of Disney-branded drinks at a number of Florida stores in the next year.
Disney announced in April it is opening a sushi restaurant and a line and snacks shop in the U.S. that will include a “sushi buffet.”
The company is also developing a line that will bring traditional Japanese food to consumers in the United States.
The restaurants in Florida will open as part the Disney Resort, which opened in Florida in 2014.