Japanese Franchise Business: Capitalize on Demand & Interest

With a Japanese franchise business, you can capitalize on the growing interest in Japanese flavors, food, and cultures. Learn more.

Focusing in on Japanese Cuisine

The Asian food market was valued at $139.5 billion in 2020 and is projected to grow to $231 billion by 2028, growing at a 7.2% CAGR. Japanese cuisine, in particular, has been growing in global popularity over the years. This interest in Japanese food can be attributed to the high standards of quality, attention to detail, and customer service that are often associated with Japanese culture. Many consumers are interested in the unique and high-quality products and services that Japanese franchise businesses offer.

Japanese cuisine is widely popular around the world, with dishes like sushi, ramen, and tempura becoming staples in many countries.

Japanese cuisine is incredibly diverse, with a range of different dishes and styles. Here are a few of the most popular types of Japanese restaurants:

  • Sushi: Sushi is probably the most well-known type of Japanese cuisine, consisting of vinegared rice and various fillings such as fish, vegetables, or egg.
  • Ramen: Ramen is a noodle soup dish that typically includes a savory broth, noodles, meat, and vegetables.
  • Hibachi: Hibachi-style restaurants are known for their teppanyaki-style cooking, where chefs cook meat, seafood, and vegetables on a hot plate right in front of customers.
  • Teriyaki bowls: This includes rice bowl franchises that offer bowls of freshly cooked rice topped with various meats, vegetables, and sauces.

Benefits and Drawbacks of Different Japanese Restaurants

Each type of Japanese restaurant has its own unique benefits and drawbacks. Sushi restaurants, for example, are known for their high-quality fish and attention to detail but can also be quite expensive—both for patrons and business owners. Ramen restaurants, on the other hand, are often more affordable but may not offer the same level of elegance and sophistication as a sushi restaurant. Hibachi-style restaurants are great for customers who enjoy watching their food being cooked in front of them but may not be ideal for those looking for a quieter dining experience.

On the other hand, teriyaki bowls are often quick and easy to prepare while still full of fresh and flavorful ingredients, making them a great option for customers on-the-go and providing a sustainable and low-overhead model for business owners.

Teriyaki Madness: An Opportunity Worth Craving

It’s right there in the name: Teriyaki Madness specializes in customizable Seattle-style Japanese teriyaki bowls that are packed with flavors that customers go MAD for. We offer a range of options, all made to order with fresh vegetables, all-natural meats, and house-made sauces to satisfy any appetite.

With a TMAD franchise, you are tapping into a franchise that combines two of the largest and fastest growing segments in the restaurant industry: Asian and fast casual. By offering affordable, convenient, freshly-made Japanese teriyaki bowls, attracting customers and drawing repeat business will never be an issue. And franchisees benefit from a proven business model with low overhead and high potential for return, an enthusiastic training and support team, comprehensive marketing, and the secrets to the sauces.

Voted the No. 1 fastest-growing big restaurant chain by Restaurant Business in 2021, it’s hard to deny TMAD’s appeal. New shops are cropping up around the country every day, and our scalable business model entices both new and seasoned franchisees to invest in multi-unit developments.

In business for over 20 years and growing across the country with more than 100 locations (and more in development), TMAD is drawing new franchisees and customers every day with our craveable food and outstanding business model.

To learn more about how you can get in on the Madness, download our Franchise Report.

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The people have spoken, and they want Teriyaki. Asian and Fast Casual are the two fastest growing segments in the restaurant industry. Join the Japanese franchise revolution and give people what they want: HUGE BOWLS OF AWESOMENESS!


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