Business Field

MARUGAME SEIMEN

MARUGAME SEIMEN opened its first Japanese outlet, MARUGAME SEIMEN Kakogawa, in November 2000. Since then, the Company has expanded its network of self-service Sanuki udon restaurants committed to serving the tastiness of genuine udon. All its outlets are equipped with noodle-making machines and make the best possible dough for the day with carefully selected Japanese wheat. They also use the open kitchen approach, preparing customers’orders right in front of them and presenting the “drama” of cooking to them. MARUGAME SEIMEN is by far the leading brand of its kind in Japan, with some 800 outlets nationwide. We opened Marukame Udon Waikiki Shop, MARUGAME SEIMEN’s first overseas outlet in Hawaii in April 2011. Our non-Japanese operations have grown successfully; today we operate some 130 restaurants in 12 countries and regions including Thailand, China, Korea, Hong Kong, Russia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Australia, Malaysia and Cambodia, spreading the tastiness of Sanuki udon around the world.

New Business Domain in Japan

The dynamic outlet opening strategy and flexible restaurant brand development to meet diverse customer needs are Toridoll's important strengths. By drawing on those strengths, we operate many self-developed brands vigorously. The concept we most prize in brand development is to serve freshly hand-cooked dishes. All the brands we now operate—including Toridoll, our founding restaurants; Makino of tempura; Butaya Ton-ichi of pork cutlets; and cafes—strictly adhere to our desire to serve freshly hand-cooked dishes.

Toridoll

Toridoll

At these family-friendly, genuine charcoal-grilled yakitori restaurants, we skewer fresh pieces of chicken daily and carefully charbroil them.

Makino

Makino

This chain of restaurants specialized in a set tempura menu makes it a point to fry customer orders after they are placed, always serving crisp, piping hot tempura.

Nagata Honjo-ken

Nagata Honjo-ken

A chain of yakisoba restaurants, featuring medium-thick noodles made in-house and rich flavorings typical of Kobe’s old town area.

Kona's Coffee

Kona's Coffee

A chain of Hawaiian-style coffee shops that feature Kona coffee from Hawaii drip-brewed one cup at a time, as well as fluffy pancakes.

Marusho-ya

Marusho-ya

A chain of ramen shops committed to the in-house production of not just the noodles but other ingredients as well. Their extremely flavorful bowls of ramen are possible only because they are elaborately prepared all by hand.

Tonichi

Kona's Coffee

A restaurant chain specializing in katsu-don (pork cutlets over rice) and tonteki (pork steak) known for the ultimate in savory and tender pork. This restaurant chain is known for its katsu-don featuring freshly deep fried pork cutlet enveloped with egg and special warishita stock and its tonteki teishoku (set meal) featuring pork steak barbequed with special sauce.

Overseas Brand

Toridoll Brands Around the World

To provide the sort of dishes that represent both the spirit of hospitality Japan boasts to the world and the company's unending commitment to freshly hand-cooked food, Toridoll operates a diverse modes of restaurants in many parts of the world meeting local cultures and regional characteristics. We aim to become a globally leading restaurant brand from Japan by creating restaurants to be loved by local people for decades to come all around the world.

WOK TO WALK

Kona's Coffee

An Asian fast casual chain restaurants operating mostly in Europe. Their updated Thai street food is very popular.

CRACKIN' KITCHEN

Kona's Coffee

Supervised by Chef Takeshi Omae, a winner of Michelin stars for two consecutive years, the restaurant is located in Hawaii, the resort of the world.

TOKYO TABLE

Kona's Coffee

A Japanese restaurant in the United States serving authentic Japanese dishes that Americans love, as well as adapted non-Japanese foods, in a stylishly casual setting.

Boat Noodle

Kona's Coffee

Serving casual foods popular for its convenience, tastiness and visual pleasure, developed from small bowls of noodle soup that people working in the floating market of Thailand ate regularly.

KAYA

Kona's Coffee

A popular fast/casual restaurant in Los Angeles, serving traditional Southeast Asian dishes in a modern style.

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