Press Release: Yoshinoya- Japan's Best Beef Bowls

Sunday, December 1, 2013

     Filipinos love to eat and because of this different countries chose to offer their dishes here. They know how to tickle the taste buds of Filipino food lovers. Japanese food is one of the most sought after cuisine by Filipino patrons all over the country. Japanese food lovers go gaga over sushi, tempura and bento boxes. I'm sure that if you're into Japanese culture, their food will always be in your list. If you'll ask me if I know one restaurant that offers authentic Japanese cuisine then my answer would definitely be Yoshinoya. I've known this brand since I was in college. If my memory serves me right it's ten years ago when I first tasted their famous beef bowl or gyudon. I immediately fell in love with it because it's very flavorful plus the price fits a college student's budget. Do you want to know more about the history of Yoshinoya? Click CONTINUE READING to find out!
Yoshinoya- Japan's Best Beef Bowls 
     Yoshinoya was born in 1899 under the ingenuity of its founder, a Japanese, named Eikichi Matsuda. Our story begins at Nihonbashi, a humble fish market in Chuo-ku, Tokyo, on the outskirts of Edo Castle where Mr. Matsuda created a delicious recipe of beef and rice known as Gyudon (beef bowl). 
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Nihonbashi fish Market 1899
     Named for his birthplace of Yoshino-Cho, Osaka, Mr. Matsuda’s restaurant featured delicious, affordable and fast meals. It was an entirely new concept in Japanese culture, and both the hard-working fisherman and market visitors embraced it. Yoshinoya was an instant hit. In 1923, Japan was hit by the Great Kanto Earthquake and Yoshinoya had to move to Tsukiji with the rest of the fish market and throngs of hungry patrons continued to enjoy Yoshinoya’s original gyūdon, or Beef Bowl.
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     In 1946, Mizuho Matsuda, son of Eikichi Matsuda, turned the business into a 24-hour restaurant and rapidly gained wide spread popularity in Japan. In 1958, it became a corporate company operating on a chain store system. Yoshinoya boasts of more than 100 years of tradition. Yoshinoya has grown to be one of the most important brands in Japan and boasts of more than 1,000 outlets, making it one of the biggest fast-food chains in Japan. To date, there are more than 1200 outlets around the world, namely Japan, USA, Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Indonesia and the Philippines. Soon, it will open in Thailand and Vietnam as part of its expansion program in the Asian region. 
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     Yoshinoya’s logo, the “bull horn” was invented by Yoshinoya’s Mizuho Matsuda, with orange as its main color and has been adopted as Yoshinoya’s log since 1899. The idea of the “bull horn” logo was derived from the initial letter of Yoshinoya “Y) while the rope surrounding the horn represents “Yokozuna” ranking (winner) in Japanese sumo-wrestling, also representing the Yokozuna quality of our food. The surrounding rope is made of 27 rice grains and the whole log means Yoshinoya sells the “best beef bowls”

    Beef Bowl ( Gyudon ) is Yoshinoya’s specialty. It is the same product profile where Yoshinoya operates in other parts of the world. The core product is prepared using premium beef with the special beef stock over steaming bowl of white rice.
     Here's a little info about Yoshinoya Century Pacific company profile. Century Pacific Group entered into Franchise Agreement with Yoshinoya International Co. , Ltd in 2001. Yoshinoya Century Pacific, Inc. started its first store operation in December 2001. In 2011, Century Pacific Group inked partnership with Ihanat Foods Corporation to expand the business under the new president, Mr. Timothy James G. Yang.

     So next time you'll go shop and eat, hope you'll also patronize these businesses and brands under Century Pacific company. Thank you so much!


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