They use katakana for Japanese, too. I didn't know that before I came here. I searched for it and found telephone directories, so I guess it's a last name. I've never heard it - it sounds too goofy to be a name! Ne? (No offense to all my readers named Nakanuki.) I'm guessing it's a store in Tokyo that we don't have here?
Because I look drunk? (o.0) The use of katakana seems random to me. Names and other miscellaneous kanji words appear in katakana whenever they feel like it. Is there a Nihonjin in the house who might shed some light on this?