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May 10, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A week doesn't pass without Muneo Adachi of Mission Viejo making a trip to the Yaohan Supermarket in Costa Mesa. Adachi, president of Canon Informations Systems Inc., doesn't mind the long drive to his favorite grocery store. For the Japanese executive, Yaohan (pronounced yeow-hahn) is the closest thing to home. There he can shop for groceries, rent Japanese-language video movies and select current books or magazines written in Japanese characters.
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April 15, 1993
Japan's Yaohan Department Store Co. said Wednesday that it plans to open 3,000 fast-food restaurants in China by the year 2011. Yaohan, based in Numazu, Japan, already operates burger restaurants in Japan in a joint venture with Mos Food Services Inc. Yaohan's U.S. subsidiary, Yaohan U.S.A. Corp. in Los Angeles, also operates a supermarket in Costa Mesa. The China project will be launched by Yaohan and Mos plus China Venturetech Investment Co.
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BUSINESS
May 10, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A week doesn't pass without Muneo Adachi of Mission Viejo making a trip to the Yaohan Supermarket in Costa Mesa. Adachi, president of Canon Informations Systems Inc., doesn't mind the long drive to his favorite grocery store. For the Japanese executive, Yaohan (pronounced yeow-hahn) is the closest thing to home. There he can shop for groceries, rent Japanese-language video movies and select current books or magazines written in Japanese characters.
BUSINESS
April 15, 1993
Japan's Yaohan Department Store Co. said Wednesday that it plans to open 3,000 fast-food restaurants in China by the year 2011. Yaohan, based in Numazu, Japan, already operates burger restaurants in Japan in a joint venture with Mos Food Services Inc. Yaohan's U.S. subsidiary, Yaohan U.S.A. Corp. in Los Angeles, also operates a supermarket in Costa Mesa. The China project will be launched by Yaohan and Mos plus China Venturetech Investment Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 29, 1990 | SONNI EFRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Japanese megamarket has opened in Orange County, offering upscaleAsian shoppers everything from fresh Oriental pears flown in from Tokyo to fine teas and late-model electric rice cookers. Japanese expatriates can choose from among 17 brands of natto , a pungent fermented soybean paste eaten with rice for breakfast. They can rent the latest hit Japanese videos (no English subtitles).
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 29, 1990 | SONNI EFRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Japanese megamarket has opened in Orange County, offering upscaleAsian shoppers everything from fresh Oriental pears flown in from Tokyo to fine teas and late-model electric rice cookers. Japanese expatriates can choose from among 17 brands of natto , a pungent fermented soybean paste eaten with rice for breakfast. They can rent the latest hit Japanese videos (no English subtitles).
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