Nojo, Gough Street's Japanese Izakaya, has once again closed its doors, ahead of a new menu launch and re-branding. The restaurant originally closed in after being sold to Japanese restaurant conglomerate AP Company, but it reopened on October 9th, with chef and former owner Greg Dunmore still in the kitchen.
Now, Inside Scoop reports that Nojo has closed once again, ending Dunmore's reign over the space. (He's starting a Japanese food importing company.) AP Company expects to reopen Nojo with a new chef and a ramen-focused menu in January.