G-FACTORY Co., Ltd. Food cram school Create a new style in the food industry! Reduce financial risk and reskill with the introduction of ISA!

G-FACTORY Co., Ltd.
[Food cram school] Create a new style in the food industry! Reduce financial risk and reskill with the introduction of ISA!
~ Acquire skills that can play an active role in Japan and the world while reducing financial risks ~

G-FACTORY Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, President: Masayuki Tanahira), which provides management support to companies that develop service businesses centered on restaurants, etc., in addition to operating restaurants, We will introduce the payment method “ISA”, which is said to be a career payment method, at the human training school “Shokujuku”.
At the “Restaurant School,” we introduce an innovative curriculum, such as an overwhelming number of practical exercises, acquisition of the skills required overseas, and the operation of a real store with an attached store, to train professional chefs in a very short period of time. As a new attempt, we will introduce “ISA (success payment)”. [Image 1d23530-316-160c5b5b88dfa6b2f913-0.jpg&s3=23530-316-1763be722f5cc9e3201383ba9077de48-1269x952.jpg
In recent years, in addition to the purpose of increasing labor productivity in Japan, “re-skilling” for adults has been attracting attention from the perspective of creating jobs and leading to the SDGs. There is an urgent need to release the conventional concept of “training” that takes a long time, and introduce a teaching method that can acquire skills in a short period of time. A “food cram school” that trains professional cooks in a very short period of time can be said to be a school suitable for modern times.
However, the current Japanese economy is in a situation where it is difficult to take a new step toward financial reskilling, such as the historically weak yen, rising raw material and energy prices, and salaries that have been unchanged for almost 30 years. In order to revitalize the restaurant industry and the Japanese economy, we want to produce many restaurants. , we have decided to introduce an ISA that pays after you get a job.
About ISA
ISA (abbreviation of Income Share Agreement) literally translates to “income sharing agreement”, and in simpler terms, it is “promotion payment agreement”. In recent years, it is a payment method that has been actively introduced mainly in the United States, and it will be a new contract model between educational institutions and students. In Japan, the number of students unable to repay loan-type
scholarships has become a social problem due to the coronavirus pandemic. There is a screening process for applying), and unlike scholarships and educational loans, there is no obligation to pay until you earn more than a certain amount after you get a job. Therefore, you can spread your future possibilities by wiping away financial worries and spread your wings in the food and beverage industry.
“Official site”
https://inshokujuku.com/about-isa/
Features of ISAs
1. Payment rate from salary 10%
After graduation, you will be required to pay 10% of the annual income divided by 12 each month after you get a job.
2. Maximum payment amount: 1 million yen (for the sushi chef course) “The upper limit differs for each course.” If you would like to take a course other than the sushi craftsman course, please contact us. 3. Minimum annual income: 2.41 million yen
Even if you get a job after graduation, if your annual income is less than 2.41 million yen, you will not be obligated to pay (payment obligation will be deferred).
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*The use of ISA is subject to a separate examination.
* For other details, please contact the official LINE account of the restaurant. About eating and drinking school
■By updating “Training”, “Make dreams come true! Bring Japanese cuisine to the world!”
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At restaurants, a unique concept of “training” was born by conducting actual sales and education at the same time. However, rather than specifically teaching techniques and knowledge, there is a strong aspect of learning by looking at one’s back. The situation is becoming unsuitable. The “Restaurant School” was created to solve these problems and create a new place for “training” in a modern and futuristic style. By learning and acquiring specialized high-level cooking techniques through practice in a short period of time, you can save time and eliminate unnecessary strict hierarchical relationships, and produce and play an active role in human resources who will be responsible for Japan’s “food” culture. We train chefs who can 《Overview of “Restaurant School”》
Address: Shinjuku Center Building MB1, 1-25-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Telephone 03-5989-0410
Reception hours: Weekdays 9:00-18:00 (closed on weekends and holidays) URL https://inshokujuku.com/
■ Learn sales operations at the attached physical store “Shuhari” The biggest appeal of the “Restaurant School” is that it “operates the actual store within the course curriculum”. Since you can learn customer service, sales management, marketing, etc. at the actual store, you will be able to acquire the ability to open your own business by the time you graduate.
《”Shuhari” store overview》
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Store name Shuhari
Business style Sushi/Yakitori (Ramen business scheduled to start in December) Price *Varies depending on business type (approximately 1,500 yen to 2,500 yen) Address: Shinjuku Center Building MB1, 1-25-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Telephone 03-5989-0510
Business hours: Lunch 12:00-14:00, dinner undecided
Regular holidays: Sushi: Saturdays and Sundays, Yakitori: Mondays and Tuesdays *Open on public holidays (regular holidays vary depending on the business type)
U R L https://inshokujuku.com/school/
A ramen, soba, and udon course will be opened, and a new training course will also be built
In addition to the sushi and yakitori schools that have already opened, the “Ramen Chef Course” is scheduled to open on December 1st, and the “Soba and Udon Chef Course” will be opened in March 2023. We are also accepting applications for the second batch of students (scheduled to start in January 2023) for the “Sushi Chef Course” and “Yakitori Course”.
Sushi, yakitori, ramen, soba and udon are not the only Japanese foods that are gaining attention around the world. At the “Restaurant School”, which has the concept of “cultivating world-class chefs”, we will continue to build and establish a new training curriculum for new professionals in order to develop future leaders of Japanese cuisine. 《Overview of the Sushi Chef Course》
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Course duration: 3 months
Opening date: Scheduled for Thursday, January 5, 2023
Entrance fee: 110,000 yen
Tuition fee: 1,210,000 yen
Other actual expenses: textbook, kitchen knife, lab coat, hat approx. 50,000 yen Capacity: None
Main places of employment: Sushi restaurant, Japanese restaurant, independent opening, overseas
URL: https://inshokujuku.com/course/sushi/
《Overview of Yakitori Course》
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Course duration: 2 months
Opening date: Scheduled for Thursday, January 5, 2023
Entrance fee: 110,000 yen
Course fee: 660,000 yen
Other actual expenses: textbook, kitchen knife, lab coat, hat approx. 50,000 yen Capacity: None
Main place of employment: Yakitori restaurant, Japanese restaurant, independent opening, overseas
URL: https://inshokujuku.com/course/yakitori/
《Overview of the Ramen Craftsman Course》
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Course duration: 1 month
Opening date: December 1, 2022 (Thursday) / Second term is scheduled to open in June 2023
Entrance fee: 110,000 yen
Course fee: 550,000 yen
Other actual expenses: textbook, kitchen knife, lab coat, hat approx. 30,000 yen Capacity: None
Main Place of Employment: Ramen shop, independent opening, overseas URL: https://inshokujuku.com/course/ramen/
《Overview of Soba and Udon Craftsman Course》
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Course duration: 1 month
Opening date: Scheduled for Wednesday, March 1, 2023
Entrance fee: 110,000 yen
Course fee: 440,000 yen
Other actual expenses: textbook, kitchen knife, lab coat, hat approx. 40,000 yen Capacity: None
Main places of employment: Soba restaurants, udon restaurants, Japanese restaurants, independent openings, overseas
URL: https://inshokujuku.com/course/soba-udon/
*All displayed prices include tax.
■ In addition to training, we also have a support system that allows you to play an active role in the world.
We not only support independent establishments and multi-store development in Japan, but also operate restaurants overseas. We have subsidiaries in Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand for the purpose of supporting business owners. We provide end-to-end support for various hurdles in overseas expansion, such as company establishment, business licenses, market research, and visas.
In addition, in February 2022, we will start a recruitment service specializing in restaurants. At “Restaurant School”, we provide comprehensive support, including independence support and career support after graduation, not just a school to acquire skills. About G-FACTORY Co., Ltd.
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Under the corporate slogan, “Make dreams come true! Bring Japanese cuisine to the world!” We provide management support with a primary focus on supporting the growth of the service industry. In the food and beverage business, we operate Nadai Unatoto, an eel fast food restaurant that has become a hot topic in magazines, TV, and SNS both in Japan and overseas. Multiple operations. Overseas, we have opened directly managed restaurants for the purpose of human resource development and restaurant management support in anticipation of providing solutions to the shortage of domestic personnel, and have accumulated know-how on opening restaurants overseas. In October 2021, we will start a remote overseas expansion business that can achieve overseas expansion with reduced risk. In December of the same year, he opened the second restaurant of Nadai Unatoto, which has become a hot topic in Vietnam for being able to experience Japan while in Vietnam. We have opened stores in Hanoi, the capital, and Ho Chi Minh City, the center of the economy, as a base for transmission, and we are spreading the wave to Singapore. In Vietnam, we are also working on SDGs-related initiatives such as local production for local
consumption and job creation by developing restaurants and ghost restaurants that use local ingredients.
In addition, from February 2022, we started a recruitment service to support restaurants suffering from a shortage of personnel due to the declining birthrate and aging population. In October, in order to help solve the shortage of human resources and contribute to the succession and development of Japanese food culture, we established the “Restaurant School”, a training school for professional cooks who can work immediately in a very short period of time. We will do our best to contribute to the further development of the restaurant industry and the revitalization of the Japanese economy.
“Company Profile”
Head office: 33rd floor, Shinjuku Center Building, 1-25-1
Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Representative: Masayuki Katahira, President and Representative Director Established May 20, 2003
Capital 50,000,000 yen (capital reserve 336,227,620 yen)
Market: Tokyo Stock Exchange Growth Market (Securities Code 3474) URL: https://g-fac.jp/
■ Inquiries regarding this matter
G-FACTORY Co., Ltd.
Responsible Department Administration Headquarters
TEL: 03-5325-6868 Mail: info@g-fac.jp
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