IMPACT continues to expand Japanese restaurant business hoping to maximize annual revenue to THB15 million

General Press Releases Monday August 6, 2018 12:45
Bangkok--6 Aug--IMPACT Exhibition Management

Following the huge success of Tsubohachi, the company's first self-operated Japanese restaurant brand originated from Hokkaido, Japan, IMPACT will continue to expand its Japanese restaurant business. The first Tsubohachi restaurant in Thailand was opened five years ago and it has grown in popularity ever since. Currently, IMPACT operates four Japanese restaurant brands in 10 locations both inside and outside IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center. IMPACT is confident that these Japanese restaurants will remain popular among customers and the annual revenue will be increased to THB15 million. The company has recently opened a new charcoal grill Japanese restaurant at IMPACT Lakefront that offers customers an excellent service and scenic views of Muang Thong Thani Lake. This is to better serve diverse needs and lifestyles of customers including those attending events at IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center and Muang Thong Thani residents.

Mr. Fang Roonjai, Manager of Group Restaurant (Japanese) of IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd., said "IMPACT's Japanese restaurant group is committed and dedicated to offering the best for our customers. Customers can be assured that they will get high quality food prepared by professional Japanese chefs in order to maintain the authentic taste. As a result, annual revenue generated by Japanese restaurants has been growing continually and we expect it to increase to THB15 million, thanks to our first Japanese restaurant, Tsubohachi. The restaurant has gained huge popularity among customers, with a total of six branches inside and outside IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center. Then came a branch of Ito-Kacho, a fine yakiniku restaurant that serves premium black Wakyu. Another brand is Taisho-Tei Ramen which is famous for its four options of rich and flavorful soup base originated from each region of Japan. Currently, there are three branches of the ramen restaurant. Lastly, Uwajima, the latest brand with one branch, pampers seafood lovers with Japanese-style charcoal grill. It has been very well received as well."

Uwajima is located at IMPACT Lakefront. The restaurant offers a wide variety of Japanese dishes and charcoal grill menu in a beautiful lakeside setting. Customers can enjoy charcoal grilled seafood like Taraba King crab, oyster, scallop, and tiger prawn, as well as fresh sushi and delicious Japanese dishes made with selective ingredients imported from Japan and prepared by highly experienced Japanese chef. The restaurant is decorated in Oriental style and offers both indoor and outdoor seating. Uwajima is open daily, from 4 p.m. until midnight on weekdays, and from 12 noon until midnight on weekends.


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