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  • Case Study Of Sushi King

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    Although Sushi King is the first company to introduce Japanese fast food in Malaysia, they have a vision to expand their outlets and branding regionally. (peopalove, 2007) In order to increase the customer base, Sushi King has come up with a membership drive for its customers. The application for membership is RM20-00 but member will receive a free cash voucher

  • Sushi Sushi Work

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    offering each of its items at the same price, but varying the size of the item according to its cost. This arrangement simplifies the customer-billing procedure and, here again, 100 Yen realizes savings in personnel costs. 3. How has the 100 Yen Sushi House incorporated the just-in-time system into its operation? One way that 100 Yen has incorporated the JIT system is making agreements with vendors who deliver fish several times each day. Because it receives fish only when it is needed, the

  • The Importance Of Eating Raw Fish On The United States

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    States, but in Japan, sushi is considered a delicacy that takes several years to perfect. Some professional chefs have had ten years of schooling to learn how to properly prepare sushi. They start with the basics, like how to properly make sticky rice - the rice used in sushi - and how to slice the fish so there is the perfect amount. The reason why the amount of schooling is so long is due to the fact that the aspiring chefs learn every little detail about making and presenting sushi. The presentation

  • Sun Zi

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    Introduction The Sun Zi Art of War is a Chinese military treatise that was most likely written by Sun Tzu in the Spring and Autumn period, which is roughly the same period as Confucius. Some scholars believe it was written during the later Warring States period. Sun Zi was introduced to the emperor of Wu Kingdom by Wu Zi Xu to explain his art of war theories. The emperor eventually agreed to employ him as his General after he successfully demonstrated the military strategies with the emperor

  • Company Experience Of Restaurant Washoku Don

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    Restaurant Washoku Don. Restaurant Washoku Don located in Muar, Johor. It was established since 2015 and is a sole company. Restaurant Washoku Don start to do business from 11a.m. to 11p.m. Restaurant Washoku Don is a Japanese food restaurant which sells sushi, appetizer, salad, sashimi, tempura, teppanyaki, donburi and many more. Restaurant Washoku Don is a restaurant which serve variety food but with reasonable price. In this restaurant, we work as a team. We lead by a floor manager who arranges our duty

  • Little Tsukiji : The Market Industry Profile Essay

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    Little Tsukiji is a Japanese restaurant serving sushi, sashimi and teppanyaki. Japanese food is very much popular in Singapore. In Singapore, it is very common for office workers to eat out for lunch. “As of 2001, there are more than a hundred Japanese restaurants in Singapore, of which about one-third are sushi restaurants. The rest include family restaurants, izakaya, teppanyaki, ramen and fast food restaurants. And in many Japanese restaurants, sushi and/or sashimi is a must on the menu.” (Ng, 2001

  • Eating Raw Fish

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    but in Japan, sushi is considered a delicacy that takes several years to perfect. Some professional chefs have had ten years of schooling to learn how to properly prepare sushi. They start with the basics, like how to properly produce sticky rice - the rice used in sushi - and how to slice the fish so there is the perfect amount. The reason why the amount of schooling is so long is due to the fact that the aspiring chefs learn every little detail about making and presenting sushi. The presentation

  • The Importance Of Eating Raw Fish On The United States

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    Japan, sushi is considered a delicacy that takes several years to perfect. The majority of professional sushi chefs have had ten years of schooling to learn how to properly prepare sushi. They start with the basics, like how to properly produce sticky rice - the rice used in sushi - and how to slice the fish so there is the perfect amount. The reason why the amount of schooling is so extensive is due to the fact that the aspiring chefs learn every little detail about making and presenting sushi. The

  • The Breakfast Club By John Hughes

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    bring anything at all — she brings sushi, elegantly arranged on a fragile Japanese dish. The others don’t even recognize what she’s eating, and when she explains what sushi is — “rice, raw fish and seaweed” — the rebel mocks her for her willingness to eat it. Using food to trace the rigidly hierarchical world of American teen culture, the scene expects the audience to see sushi as fundamentally alien, exclusive and unappetizing. The Breakfast Club asserts that sushi-eating symbolizes a distasteful elitism

  • E-marketing Plan Essay

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    by: Arthur Chang n7107196 Semester 1, 2014 Tutorial: Monday 4-5pm Tutor: Alice Tsou Script Introduction: Good afternoon board members today I will be presenting to you a brief proposal of an e-marketing plan for Ginga Sushi Bar & Dining. Ginga is a restaurant located in 5 of the most sophisticated and vibrant dining precincts in Brisbane. The restaurant offers a menu with the finest Japanese cuisine traditions for authentic fine flavours and culinary delights. Ginga is