July 21: Hokkaido Nepal Business Group inaugurated the first two outlets of Japanese restaurant, Hokkaido Ramen House, on Saturday, July 20.
The company consisting of Japanese and Nepali investors launched the first two outlets in Park Village Resort, Budanilkantha in collaboration with Kathmandu Guest House Group.
Hokkaido Nepal Business Group during a press meet held in Park Village Resort on July 19 informed that it is opening three outlets of Hokkaido Ramen House Japanese restaurant in Kathmandu. The third outlet at Kathmandu Guest House, Thamel, is scheduled to be inaugurated soon.
Arjun Adhikari, chairman of Hokkaido Ramen House, informed New Business Age that Hokkaido Nepal Business Group has invested as much as Rs 207.5 million to open its first two outlets in Park Village Resort.
Purna Bahadur Chaudhary is the chief chef of Hokkaido Ramen House who has a long experience of preparing Japanese cuisines and will be assisted by famous Japanese Ramen maker Machumura.
The company informed that it aims to promote the authentic taste of thirty-one famous Japanese cuisines including Ramen noodles in Nepal and create job opportunities for skilled individuals in Nepal.
Hokkaido Nepal Business Group plans to open seven additional outlets of Hokkaido Ramen House across Nepal in the next one year.
“The company will produce 80 percent of the total vegetables and recipe items within Nepal and has installed ozone water purifying system to serve and supply pure water to the restaurants,” Adhikari said.
Arjun Adhikari has 17 years of experience in the restaurant business and has established 23 chains of Bistari Bistari Group of restaurant in Hokkaido, Japan to serve Nepali and Indian cuisines.