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Hiroyuki Miyasako, the first Takoyaki franchise store closed in 4 months.

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The first franchised takoyaki restaurant, “Miyatako Desu. The first franchise store of “Miya Tako Desu” was closed. What does Hiroyuki Miyasako think?

I’m sorry, but I can’t help it. Mojiya Niigata Atago Store with Toyoko will be closing on January 31, 2022. We would like to thank everyone for their support.

This is the first franchise of a takoyaki (octopus dumpling) tavern “Miyatako Desu,” run by former “Ameagari Kesshi-tai” member Hiroyuki Miyasako. The first franchise store of “Miyatako Desu,” a takoyaki izakaya run by former “Ameagari Kesshi-tai” member Hiroyuki Miyasako, is closing its doors after only four months of operation.

Miyatako desu. is a takoyaki (octopus dumpling) restaurant run by Miyasako’s family in Osaka. It was opened in Gotanda, Tokyo in 2003 as a “goodwill sharing” business.

Speaking of Miyasako, there has been a lot of talk about his new yakiniku restaurant, “Gyugyagi”, which is scheduled to open in Shibuya Center Gai in March. However, it has been revealed that the restaurant will not be run by Miyasako himself, but by a company called Noble Promotion, in which he is a shareholder.

Mr. Wakabayashi, the president of Noble Promotion, has announced that he is going to invite owners from all 47 prefectures to open “Miyatako” under a license agreement. In addition, he expanded the scope of the business by offering free takoyaki, which is the company’s signature dish.

Mr. Miyasako was worried, “Is it going to be all right? Miyasako was worried, “Will he be all right?” But it seems that he did as Mr. Wakabayashi, who had experience in restaurants, said. The first franchise store opened in Niigata in late August last year, but I’m sure he never imagined that it would close in four months.

In a past video, Miyasako asked Wakabayashi if he could “get out of the red” by offering free takoyaki. The franchise of the first store is a professional restaurant owner who runs several ramen restaurants in Niigata, but he gave up on Miyatako as soon as possible.

On January 25, Atsuhiko Nakata of Oriental Radio reiterated his disapproval of Beef Miyagi on his YouTube channel.

He explained based on a book supervised by Takafumi Horie, a businessman who also runs a steak restaurant. He gave typical examples of restaurants that fail, such as “spending too much money” and “having too many ideals. He stressed that this was the case with “Cow Palace.

“The rapid spread of the Omicron Variant has put restaurants in a very difficult position. It’s hard to understand why they would spend so much money to start a restaurant at this time. Even if left alone, the rent would cost 2.8 million yen per month.

But I guess Mr. Miyasako can’t withdraw from the business with his signature “manly spirit”. However, the fact that the first Miyatako franchise store closed after only four months definitely cast a dark shadow over the “Beef Miyagi” store that is scheduled to open in March. (TV station staff).

Hiroyuki Nishimura, a.k.a. Hiroyuki, is also concerned about the future of Beef Miyagi.

Hiroyuki Nishimura, a.k.a. “Hiroyuki,” also commented on the future of the Beef Miyagi, saying, “It’s already been proven through the Miyatako event that Mr. Miyasako doesn’t have the power to attract customers.

He also pointed out the possibility of failure. I wonder if Miyasako will be able to reach the top in the restaurant industry like he did as a comedian…

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