6 Sushi Stand Business Success Stories [2024]

Updated: November 1st, 2023
Start A Sushi Stand Business

Here are some real life success stories of starting a sushi stand business:

1. JP Fuji Group ($21.6M/year)

Jimmy Liang, the Founder/CEO/Chef of JP Fuji Group, discovered his passion for the culinary arts at 14 and became the head sushi chef at a local restaurant. Realizing that many customers followed him for his food, he took a risk and opened his first sushi restaurant in 1998. Through expertly prepared sushi, superior customer service, and a loyal fan base, the business has grown to 9 locations with annual sales of $20 million.

How much they make: $21.6M/year
How much did it cost to start: $120K
Current team size: 500


How I Started A $20M/Year Sushi And Japanese Cuisine Restaurant Group

This case study is about the founder of a 9-location sushi restaurant group, generating annual sales of $20 million, who started his business by focusing on building superfans through superior customer service and expertly prepared cuisine.

Jimmy started JP Fuji Group over 25 years ago
Jimmy grew the business to $1.8M/month
It cost Jimmy $120000 to start the business
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Learn more about starting a sushi stand business:

Where to start?

-> How much does it cost to start a sushi stand business?
-> Pros and cons of a sushi stand business

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-> Examples of established sushi stand business

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6. Wild Ginger

Seattle's most loved authentic Southeast Asian cuisine since 1989.

Where they're located: Seattle, Washington, USA