A sign on the front door 1501 W. Hwy. 114 as well as posts on Facebook and the company’s website indicated the business closed after 21 years in late March.
The Facebook post said Hyun has been the owner for the past decade and is paralyzed from the waist down, so he is unable to run the restaurant.
Former owner Karen Park wrote a letter that is posted on the door of the restaurant saying the Hyun fell and got injured. Then, he learned the cancer had spread.
“There is no one in his family who can take over his business,” Park said. “Edohana itself was his life; he really enjoyed coming to work every day because of customers like you. He will miss you all.”
The business served salads, 42 different sushi rolls, seafood and fried rice, and chefs cooked meals right in front of the customers, according to website. www.edohanagv.com