Introducing the delicious taste of Japanese dashi to the world
Broth Up Ltd. founded the popular ramen restaurant Dashiro, and aims to introduce traditional dashi soup stock to Japan, and, indeed, the world. We develop not only lightly flavored soup stock suited to the Japanese palate, but also new products meant to match the preferences of people in other countries and regions.
Creating a ramen restaurant that is enjoyable for both staff and customers
When I was at Tohoku University, I worked part-time at a certain ramen joint, and was moved by the overflowing, kind atmosphere of the place. When I opened my own ramen restaurant, Dashiro, that experience led me to decide to provide the same sort of impression and enjoyment to staff and customers. I wanted to build a place in which many people could experience happiness and forget life’s difficulties.
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Welcoming passionate candidates
Broth Up’s employees are like family.
We happily welcome anyone, whether students or housewives, as long as you possess passion and the desire to work your hardest. Let us all work together to create the greatest ramen restaurant in the world. We’re sure that foreign employees will certainly be able to put forth the great degree of skill needed to accomplish this goal.
Together, let us pass on Japanese culture
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We at Broth Up provide ramen to our customers with the hope that it will help spread the culture of Japanese dashi broth to the world. We currently manage a few branch ramen shops throughout Sendai, and are currently planning on launching restaurants and branches overseas. We hope to spread Japanese broth to the people of the world together with all of you, and as a first step, we’d be happy for you to visit Dashiro and come to understand the wonder of dashi.
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Do you have any foreign staff members?
Broth Up currently has many foreign staff members working happily alongside our Japanese staff. Our permanent foreign staff are working on the project teams aiming at our proposed overseas shops and foreign branches, and are both tasked with providing interpretation on business trips abroad and with working in such a way that they can make use of their unique abilities.
What made you think you wanted to work at Broth Up?
HARIU-san: I worked at Dashiro during my school years, and really loved working in an atmosphere in which both staff and customers could have so much fun. I quit my part-time job there, but in the end, I really missed that cozy, cheerful working environment, and decided to work there again. Also, I was granted the opportunity to go along to the opening of the Taiwan branch shop, and I remember the happiness of the people we encountered; I think it was a real accomplishment.