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Tokyo Tokyo

Tokyo Tokyo
Type Corporation
Industry Restaurants
Founded April 7, 1985, Philippines
Headquarters Pioneer Ave. , Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Products Fast food
Website http://www.tokyotokyo.ph/

Tokyo Tokyo is a Japanese fast food restaurant chain in the Philippines. Tokyo Tokyo is known for serving Japanese dishes with free rice refill, a promotion[1] called eat-all-you-kanin (Eat all the rice you can) which has been on-going since it started in 1985. Tokyo Tokyo currently operates 56 stores in the Philippines,[2] with much of the chain's expansion being attributed to franchising. Generally Tokyo Tokyo restaurants are located within major shopping centers and malls in the country notably malls which are owned and operated by SM Prime Holdings, Robinson's and the Ayala Corporation.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Dishes offered 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

The first Tokyo Tokyo restaurant opened on April 22, 1985 at the Quad car park [3] in Makati city. They first served Japanese dishes such as tempura, tonkatsu, yakisoba, sushi and sashimi. At the time they opened their first Japanese restaurants in 1985, other Japanese restaurants were more traditional; the 'mainstreaming' of the market has contributed to the restaurant chain's growth.

Dishes offered

A Tokyo Tokyo branch in Angeles City
Tokyo Tokyo (SM City Baliwag)

Tokyo Tokyo’s menu currently offers 3 types of sushi, spicy kani roll, spicy tuna roll, and california maki. The best seller variants of beef teriyaki, beef misono, pork tonkatsu, squid ika fry and prawn tempura are dishes with vegetables. The best! chicken teriyaki and tuna misono are the house specials of Tokyo Tokyo, they come with the same package of their best seller variants. Tokyo Tokyo also offers yakisoba, Japanese style potato balls, miso soup and kani crab corn soup as side dishes.

References

  1. ^ "Tokyo Tokyo Restaurant". PH Franchises. Retrieved 2009-06-03. 
  2. ^ "Tokyo Tokyo". Jobstreet. Retrieved 2009-06-03. 
  3. ^ "TOKYO TOKYO TURNS 20". Newsflash.com. Retrieved 2009-06-03. 

External links

  • Tokyo Tokyo official website
  • Tokyo Tokyo menu
  • Tokyo Tokyo community site
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