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  • 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

  • Cultural Influence Of The Meiji Era On Japanese Food Culture

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    interrelated. Firstly, I will look at the historical influence of the Meiji Era on Japanese food culture (Anderson 2005; Hiroko 2008). I will then look at gender in Japanese food culture, specifically how masculinity is associated with fish markets and sushi preparation, and how these culturally engrained gender roles correlate with my observations and experience at the restaurant (Corson 2009; Bestor 2004; Holden 2005). Finally I will discuss the biocultural complexity of food preferences, followed by

  • Food In Japanese Food Culture

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    For those who don’t know, Japan is an island off the coast of China in the Northern Hemisphere of the world. One of the most important parts of Japanese culture is the cuisine. Something that might not be known is that most of the food in Japan today was introduced when Buddhism started to spread throughout the country. Although most of the food the citizens eat is made with ingredients from the island, the country is a very food varied place. There are many different types of cooking in Japan, some

  • Japan-the Strange Country

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    Japan - the Strange Country Japan is a small country located in east Asia. The population is around 130,000,000 (one hundred and thirty million) people. The total world population is 6,800,000,000 (six point eight billion), which means that roughly 2 in every 100 people are Japanese. Japan 's land area measures 378,000 (three hundred and seventy-eight thousand) square kilometers. If the earth 's land area is 149,000,000 (one hundred and forty-nine million) square kilometers and the total area

  • Japanese Cultural Food : Japan

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    Japanese Cultural Food Japan’s multifaceted culture is often unspoken about; Japan has one of the longest cultural back lives dating thousands of years back. Although the culture and tradition of Japan stay strong, the society is constantly changing. With all the history that is distinctly important to Japanese Cultural Food Japanese culture, it is no surprise the role that food plays in Japan. Japanese cultural food is 2 distinctly different from western civilization and highlights very different

  • My Experience At My Life

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    Since I was little I’ve had a passion for cooking and baking. I loved to cook, from soup to stir fry and from brownies to cakes. When I cook, I feel like I can do anything, and it brings me joy when I see the people I care for enjoy it as much as I do. Cooking has brought me closer to the people in my life and has brought me closer to my heritage. One day I wanted to challenge myself and my cooking skills to see how far I could get and what I could achieve. When thinking about the next type of food

  • Who Is A Good Friend?

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    It seems like every week I am walking into a new restaurant. Whether it be because a good friend came in to town or I am just too lazy to cook, it is as if a menu is never too far from my hands. I have not the least bit of shame either. I know the negative connotation that is related to constantly eating at restaurants and I fear it not. For over time, I have become accustomed to the very art that is the restaurant experience, and in this custom I have developed a blindness to the negativity and

  • What Is Sakae Holding? Essay

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    they are under Food & Beverage (F&B) sector, which sells Japanese food, mainly Sushi, and more commonly known is their Sakae Sushi. They had set up companies and businesses in Singapore, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, United States of America and Vietnam. Within the Sakae Holding, it has brand names such as, Sakae Sushi, Sakae Teppanyaki, Sakae Delivery, Sakae Junior Club, Hei Sushi, Hei Delivery, Senjyu, Crepes & Cream, Sakae Express, Sachi and Nouvelle Events

  • My Most Important Memories Of My Life

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    Introduction Do you have those memories that you know you will never forget? The ones that make you feel joy and others that are full of sadness? I have 5 memories I want to share with you that I think are important in my life. Read on, to hear more about me and the 5 most important memories in my life. When I adopted my cat Shadow Have you ever had a pet cat? I have and I still have him. He is probably sleeping away on my bed right now. When I brought him back from the barn, he meowed and

  • The Influence Of The American Soldiers During World War II

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    American cuisine. As time passed by, the simple creations of sushi evolved to complicated combinations and eye catching presentations today. This change was welcomed because it gave a new perspective of the dish, giving it a new face. One of the factors that made sushi popular was the influence of the American soldiers. After World War II (WWII), American soldiers who were led by General Douglas MacArthur occupied Japan. During the war, sushi shops were forced to close due to rationing. There were not