Zensho Holdings

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Zensho Holdings
Native name
株式会社ゼンショーホールディングス
Kabushiki-gaisha Zenshō Hōrudingusu
KK
Traded as TYO: 7550
Industry Restaurant chains
Founded 1982
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Website zensho.co.jp

Zensho Holdings (株式会社ゼンショーホールディングス, Kabushiki-gaisha Zenshō Hōrudingusu) is a Japanese holding company which owns several restaurant chains in Japan. The largest is Sukiya serving gyūdon, rice bowls with beef.[1]

Restaurant chains[edit]

Exterior of a Sukiya restaurant.

The brands owned or licensed by Zensho include:

Gyūdon:

Family restaurants:

Fast food:

Yakiniku:

Other:

  • Chicago Pizza, Chicago Delita

References[edit]

  1. ^ Matsutani, Minoru (25 January 2011). "Family restaurants falling from flavor". Japan Times. p. 3. 
  2. ^ Kachi, Hiroyki (11 December 2009). "Wendy's Exits Japan Amid Stiff Competition". The Wall Street Journal. 

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