It ‘felt like we managed to sell ice to the Eskimos’: Singapore sushi chain Maki-San on venturing to Japan


SINGAPORE: “It’s something that we can safely predict won’t be a fad,” Mr Alvin Wong, partner of Singaporean DIY sushi chain Maki-San said on Friday (Jul 13), ahead of the business’ first major step outside Singapore.

It’s opening its first outlet overseas in Osaka on Saturday, with plans to expand to Tokyo in 2019.

With interest from Russia, England, Indonesia, Philippines and more, Maki-San’s decision to venture into Japan – a market saturated with sushi chains – may turn heads.

Mr Wong and his partner, Mr Omar Marks, who co-founded…



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