SumoSam celebrates nine successful years in the business expanding with 27 branches nationwide.

SumoSam is one of the largest Japanese food chain in the Philippines.

At its first branch in Shangri-la Plaza, the founders Marvin Agustin, Raymund Magdaluyo and Ricky Laudico spearheaded  the event on September 4 Thursday.

Crafting the Japanese way

The concept was brought about by the many travels across the globe and by the shared love for food of its three founders.

Also present during the event is Marketing Director Sheryl Laudico and Brand Manager Robbie Jane Flores.

As a constant preferred choice, SumoSam has grown to be part of the customers' great milestones and precious moments.

At the event in Shangri-la, Robbie Flores introduces their latest craft of Japanese cuisine - Ramen, Sushi, Tempura, Donburi are some of the all-time favorite dishes. Diners can expect better quality and authenticity when they eat in SumoSam.

Their set of food are flavorful masterpieces everyone can truly enjoy.

Crafted the Japanese way, SumoSam takes great pride in transforming dishes into works of art.

Chefs are trained with the strictest and proper Japanese cooking techniques.

Everything is well crafted, from the preparation to the manner of serving the dish.

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Watch the video of their cooking demo during their launch event:

This beautiful cosplayer shared tips when eating in a Japanese restaurant:

  1. When eating a bowl of rice or soup, lift the bowl with one hand. It's common to sip Japanese-style soup from the soup bowl. Sipping sound is okay.
  2. Eat the ingredients with chopsticks, holding the bowl with one hand.
  3. When eating side dishes, you don't need to lift plates or bowls. Cut large pieces of food into small pieces with your chopsticks and put it in your mouth.
  4. When eating sashimi (raw fish slices), mix wasabi horseradish with soy sauce in a small plate and dip sashimi in the sauce to eat. If you like wasabi, put a little bit of wasabi directly on a sashimi slice and dip it in soy sauce.
  5. When eating tempura, put some toppings in tempura dipping sauce if available. Then, dip tempura in the sauce.
  6. And when you eat nigiri-zushi (oval shaped sushi), clean your hands at first. Pour some soy sauce in a small plate. 
  7. Pick up a piece of sushi with your fingers and dip the topping side in soy sauce to eat.
SumoSam's 27 branches:

Check the nearest in your area and experience dishes, a work of art and the real taste of Japan.

1. Shangri-La Mall
2. Rockwell Powerplant
3. Marquee Pampanga
4. Trinoma
5. Greenbelt 3
6. SM Megamall
7. SM Mall of Asia
8. SM City North Edsa
9. Gateway Mall
10. Nuvali Solenad
11. The Podium Mall
12. Lucky Chinatown Mall, Binondo
13. Robinsons Magnolia
14. Subic Harbor Point
15. SM Southmall
16. SM City Annex Davao
17. Ayala Fairview Terraces
18. Abreeza Mall, Davao
19. Ayala Terraces Cebu
20. The District Cavite, Imus
21. Ayala Centrio CDO
22. Ayala Pavilion Mall, Binan
23. The Podium 
24. Ayala North Point, Bacolod
25. Ayala Technohub, Baguio
26. Newport City, Resorts World
27. The Strip at Wind Residences, Tagaytay

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