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Matsuya Foods says transition to holding company structure
Matsuya Foods announces change of president
Matsuya Foods raises consolidated mid-year outlook and amends consolidated full-year outlook for FY 2016
MATSUYA FOODS HOLDINGS CO., LTD. is principally engaged in the catering business. The Company is mainly involved in the operation of Japanese style fast food restaurants under the name Matsuya, which provide beef with rice, curries and various set menus. Through its subsidiaries, the Company is also engaged in the general maintenance of stores, the water and sewer line construction works, the cleaning business, the provision of agency and contracting services for farming industry, as well as the operation of restaurants.
Chairman of the Board, Representative Director
President, Chief Director of Production, Representative Director
Senior Managing Director, Director of Finance & Accounting
Senior Managing Director, Director of Internal Audit, Director of Business Planning, Manager of Shared Service Center
Chief Director of Sales, Chairman of Subsidiary, Director
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In 50 years running a cafe in Tokyo, Shizuo Mori can't remember a time when his coffee supplies cost this much.
Surging global commodity prices have driven up the costs of consumer items in Japan such as bowls of rice topped with beef to bread and butter, the first hikes in many years for such products.
Japan's capital expenditure boom is shifting to the services sector, stirring fears that self-checkout systems and software will take the human touch out of omotenashi, the country's vaunted commitment to hospitality.
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