Genji’s new Ginger Miso and Spicy Ginger Miso dressings are available at Whole Foods!
Genji started out as a restaurant in Philadelphia, named after the title character in “The Tale of Genji,” the first Japanese novel ever written. When Whole Foods Market began to open stores in Philadelphia, in 1997 they visited many local sushi restaurants to find the best and most authentic establishment. After discovering Genji, and observing the high quality and freshness of the ingredients and the craftsmanship of their sushi chefs, the Whole Foods team approached Mr. and Mrs. Omori to see if they would be interested in operating a few sushi bars within the Whole Foods stores. The family welcomed the opportunity.
As Whole Foods Market grew, so did the number of Genji sushi bars. Peace Dining Corporation, a Japanese restaurant chain owned by Mr. Masaki Kuboi acquired Genji in 2005. As the demand for superior quality sushi grew in the US, and as Whole Foods Market grew, Genji was privileged to be the sushi vendor of choice in one store after another.
Today, Genji operates over 158 sushi bar locations in the United States and in the United Kingdom, and is the largest sushi vendor within the Whole Foods Market chain. Our 900 chefs undergo rigorous training to reach the top of their craft, and continuously maintain exceptional food safety scores, and unsurpassed customer service.
This giveaway includes:
$15 Whole Foods Gift Card (2 winners) so you can try out the Genji dressings yourself!
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Congratulations to our winner(s)!