Japanese restaurant chains are located in cities all over the country. Their menus offer a variety of Japanese cuisine including sushi and salad. People like them because they can get an authentic Japanese meal for a reasonable price without having to prepare it themselves.
Cash in on a sushi restaurant franchise by opening your own in your city. Large conglomerates own these chains and franchise them out, so get the scoop on start up costs and other regulations. Decide if you will run it yourself or hire a management team. Look for the following when deciding on franchise terms for Japanese restaurant chains:
1. Choose Japanese food chains and serve healthier meals.
2. Locate the start up capital investment needed to open Japanese food franchises.
3. Choose your Japanese franchise based on name recognition.
Check availability and pricing for local a Japanese restaurant businessNot every franchise has openings in your area. Once you have decided on a chain, contact them to find out if you can open a store in your area. If they have no need in your local area, they will send you a list of close areas that need a local restaurant. You can also decide on a restaurant chain based on total price or down payment needed. You can check your state to see which restaurant chains have openings.
Edo Japan offers franchise opportunities. Review their process and fill out their application to get started.
Ask the Japanese restaurant franchises about initial investmentInitial investments for restaurant chains is usually high however, some cost less than others cost. Before you decide, find out exactly what monetary commitments you will need to make upfront. Remember also, that the initial investment for the franchise fee only covers the franchise itself and you will still need working capital for such expenses as electricity, phone and payroll.
Koya Japan offers franchises requiring a net worth of $100,000 and a $25,000 franchise fee. The total investment is $165,000 to $250,000. Hogi Yogi offers Japanese chain franchises under the name of Teriyaki Stix. You must have liquid assets of $50,000 with a net worth of $150,000. There is a franchise fee of $15,000 to $30,000 and a royalty fee of 6 percent. Total investment ranges from $135,000 to $452,500.
Open Japanese chain restaurants for immediate businessWhen you open a chain store, you are cashing in on the name of the franchise. People know that whether your store is in Maine or California, they will get the same menu and service and they stop at a familiar place. This is why you buy a franchise but the down side is there are tight regulations on franchises. You will get your operating schedule, menu and décor from the company. If you fail to meet your obligations, which usually include buying all of your supplies from them, you will lose your franchise.
Food Franchise provides franchises available in every state. You can also check franchise availability based on total price. Check the facts about the restaurant chain that interests you before purchasing the franchise. Franchise Advantage lists available franchise restaurant chains. Check hours of operation, how much supplies will cost and other restrictions for the restaurant chain store before you buy into that company.
- Obtaining financing to start your Japanese cuisine chain can be a difficult process since many financial institutions consider restaurant franchises high risk. Improve your loan chances by putting down as much upfront cash as possible. When the bank sees you taking part of the risk, they will give your loan application closer scrutiny.