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description of franchise concept
Taste Master Kana Hashimoto arrived in Romania at just 18 years old with the love for Arts , but stayed for the people. With over 20 years of experience , she had a goal in mind, to open restaurants that offer customers authentic Japanese food, using ingredients true to her heritage, but keeping it modern, hip and affordable.
She created dishes that provide our guests an unforgettable experience that will bring a real taste of Japan.
We are a modern brand, that takes the authenticity of Japan and the art of making sushi and transpose it in todays market.
The idea was to create a great restaurant experience and a very strong online presence while taking in consideration the needs of our customers in a balance lifestyle. This is how Japanos: Bento Sushi Ramen was created.
We are looking for Master franchise and Area developer.
company owned units
4 outlets and a main kitchen for delivery
- Algeria – 4 outlets
- Malta – 6 outlets
photo of a unit
information for franchisees
support for franchisees
- the plan for arranging a Japanos restaurant,
- the materials used to arrange the restaurant space,
- the visual identity elements of the Japanos restaurant, the colors used both in the arrangement of the space and for the equipment of the in the restaurant,
- the raw materials used,
- original manufacturing recipes used in Japanos restaurants,
- manufacturing processes specific to Japanos restaurant,
- the plan for arranging a Japanos kitchen with the equipment and utensils specific,
- initial training of staff, chefs and management
- continuous training of the chefs
- Japanos specific cleaning plan,
- Japanos marketing plan, offline and online,
- Japanos manual,
- continuous development and innovation of the Japanos system.
expected total investment
- Main kitchen – 50,000 euro,
- Restaurant equipment – 15,000 euro,
- Opening marketing – 5000 euro,
- Fridge car – 15,000 euro.
basic requirements of the concept
We expect franchisees to:
- have knowledge of running his own business or have a manager that can;
- have the necessary initial capital;
- go through the training program;
- follow the company's internal procedures.
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