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Edo Japan

Franchise

Edo Japan is a quick-service restaurant specializing in Japanese food. Susumu Ikuta wanted to develop a healthy fast food restaurant, and in 1977 he opened Omi of Japan, a sit-down restaurant in Calgary, Alberta. With the help of his family, Ikuta expanded the chain through Calgary and Vancouver. The company began franchising in 1988. Now called Edo Japan, the restaurant offers customers a variety of Japanese favorites including teriyaki chicken, spring rolls and sushi. Edo Japan has grown to over 90 stores in North America and excellent customer response and business success are fueling even more expansion.

Facts & Figures

Liquid capital required
$100,000
Net worth required
$100,000
Investment
$250,000 - $375,000
Franchise fee
$25,000
Units in operation
92

Overview

Edo Japan originated the concept of serving Japanese style fast food, cooked on Teppanyaki grills. Customers experience food that is fresh and nutritious cooked with style and flair right before our eyes. This original and creative idea has made Edo Japan one of the most popular and successful franchise chains in North America. Edo Japan's franchise restaurants are presently experiencing explosive growth and excellent returns with both our food court and street front concepts.

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