Marugame Udon says arigato to Point Franchise

Marugame Udon franchise
Marugame Udon Japanese owned; serving authentic Japanese food to Europe

Marugame Udon is an established Japanese restaurant concept serving freshly-made on site udon noodles, tempura and omusubi rice balls in a self-service casual setting.

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Marugame Udon is the latest franchise to join Point Franchise and its exciting Japanese udon concept is bound to be popular.

There’s lots going on centring around Japan at the moment, from the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics to the Rugby World Cup, and we can’t think of a better time to introduce Marugame Udon. The Japanese restaurant franchise serves freshly made udon noodles alongside other tasty Japanese treats in just 30 seconds, revolutionising the fast food industry with a better option. We’re so excited to welcome the franchise to our vast network of successful businesses and can’t wait to see it grow its UK presence.

Marugame Udon serves delicious, authentic Japanese dishes to customers all across the world. From its signature udon noodles, which are made on site every single day and served up in a matter of minutes, to crispy tempura and tempting omusubi rice balls, it offers a taste of Japan that’s easy on your wallet. The franchise has more than 1,000 restaurants across Japan, South-East Asia, Australia and the US, and is now looking to bring its exciting concept restaurants to the people of the UK. And with its sister brand, Wok to Walk, flourishing in the UK market, Marugame Udon is keen to emulate its success.

The franchise is seeking ambitious, committed franchisees who want to develop a multi-unit business with at least 5 locations in their portfolio. The sites can range from food court size, to medium-sized street front locations, to large, stand-alone restaurants, depending on the amount each franchisee is willing to invest and how they’d like to develop their business. Those who are interested in joining Marugame Udon as a franchisee need to be serious about success, as well as having experience running multi-unit retail or restaurant operations.

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