The new White Castle is opening its first barbershops in three generations, and is opening the new shop on Saturday at 8 a.m.
The store will be named the White Castle Barbershop, according to a news release.
The barbers will be located in the main shop on the first floor, and in the barbersroom upstairs, along with a barber station.
White Castle has had a barbers shop in the Old Town shopping district since 1972.
Its new location in White Castle’s Old Town location is located just south of downtown Washington.
The news release says that White Castle will offer traditional, natural and seasonal Japanese-style Japanese dishes, while adding a variety of seasonal products.
The White Castle barbers’ shop will also feature the same traditional Japanese-inspired decorations that were featured at the company’s Old Washington location in the 1960s and 1970s.
The new shop will be open from 10 a.ms. to 5 p.m., seven days a week.
A new barber shop is coming to the Old Capitol building at the same time, the White House announced in April.
A barber is a person who offers traditional Japanese barber services to the public.
White House barber Charles L. Koehler, who will oversee the shop, is a former member of the Navy Reserve and is now a board member of The White House Foundation.
Koeshler was previously the White, Washington, barber.
The New Capitol shop, which will include a Japanese-themed barber’s shop, will open at the White Senate building on the Capitol’s south side.
The Washington-based company opened its first White House shop in 2014.