A FRESH FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY
• NATIONAL RETAIL PARTNERS
• PROPRIETARY PRODUCTS
• MBE MINORITY OWNED
• RESTAURANT QUALITY
• EXCEPTIONAL TRAINING
We provide strong support, guidance, and leadership for our franchisees in order to assist them in the development, growth, and ultimate success of their business.
FujiSan franchised kiosks provide premier sushi and Asian food products to retailers and clubs. Our franchisees provide a wide ranging menu of options, and bring authentic and unique Japanese inspired foods to customers' tables. As FujiSan continues to expand its network we are selectively seeking exceptional franchisees for locations around the United States.
We welcome interested and dedicated chefs to join us in delivering our passion of sushi to customers. We offer great flexibility and constant support to our franchisees because we understand the importance of reliable customer service. Consider becoming part of the FujiSan team.
If you are interested in learning more about becoming an independently owned and operated FujiSan franchisee (which is a corporation or LLC) please contact us for more information by completing our Contact Form (click I'm Interested button below) or email us at:
The information on this website is not an offer to sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy a FujiSan Franchising franchise. An offer to buy a FujiSan Franchising franchise is made by a franchise disclosure document only.
We offer and sell franchises to qualified prospective franchisees only in certain states. To the extend required under applicable state law, we will not offer or sell a franchise unless registered or exempt in the state where the prospective buyer resides or where the franchise will be located. This information is not being directed to any resident of the following states: Hawaii, or any other state, province, country or jurisdiction where we are not currently registered to offer or sell, unless otherwise qualified or exempt.
This advertisement is not an offering in the state of New York. An offering can only be made by a prospectus filed first with the Department of Law of the state of New York. Such filing does not constitute approval by the Department of Law.