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Kamekichi Business Entities
Konnichi wa! Onaka ga sukimasenka? Would you like a taste of Kameyaki’s famous Okonomiyaki? We bet you do.
Kameyaki Okonomiyaki Restaurant serves fresh off the grill Okonomiyaki, which is a Japanese-style cabbage pancake, which is smothered with mayonnaise and a specially prepared barbecue sauce. It also serves Yakisoba, Modanyaki and their original Special Kameyaki. The must-try Kameyaki Original consists of two servings of crunchy Okonomiyaki with special Yakisoba filling. Yakisoba refers to fried noodles with toppings, Aonori seaweed flakes, special barbecue sauce, and spicy mustard-mayonnaise. Modanyaki is a Kobe-style “modern” Yaki, which comes with your choice of Okonomiyaki served with a layer of fried Yakisoba noodles.
Last March 3, 2012, the grand opening of Kameyaki Okonomiyaki Restaurant took place. The restaurant is located at Piazza Elesia in Talamban, Cebu City. The establishment is in front of Rose Pharmacy. For more information, you can call them at these numbers (032) 360-6877 or (0926) 690-1503; send them an e-mail at email@example.com; be a fan of their Facebook page (www.facebook.com/kameyakifoods), or visit their Web site http://kameyaki.jimdo.com.
Kamekichi Japanese Cooking Classes
If you’ve developed a fascination for everything Japanese, why don’t you try learning how to cook these delightful Japanese food so you can have them anytime you want. Whip your very own mouthwatering Okonomiyaki and Gyoza without leaving the comforts of your own kitchen.
Once a month, Kamekichi Ramen, offers a hands-on cooking class. The Kamekichi Cooking classes started in March 2011. The recently concluded 14th Kamekichi Cooking Class worked on Pork Ginger Sauté (Buta Shougayaki) and Minestrone Vegetable Soup (Yasai soup). All participants will receive a recipe sheet and a Certificate of Completion to be issued by Kamekichi Cooking on the day of the class.
To register for a Kamekichi Cooking class, one can follow them through their Facebook page (www.facebook.com/kamekichi.cooking). Once a class is scheduled, Kamekichi Cooking will post the event and you simply need to click on “I will attend” on the event page. When you receive a confirmation e-mail, send a reply to be officially registered.
For further details and other inquiries, you can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call them through their mobile number (0927) 324-8182. You can also keep yourself updated by liking their Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/kamekichi.cooking) or by giving them a call at (032) 422-4288. Kamekichi Ramen, a Japanese food haven best known for their lip-smacking Gyoza, is located in front of the old Paseo, at F. Cabahug St., in Mabolo, Cebu City.
Cebu Nihongo Training Center
Nihonn go wo renshu suru hitsuyou ga arimasu. In English, this means “I need to practice my Japanese.”
Cebu Nihongo Training Center offers a variety of services to cater to the needs of those who wish to get acquainted with the Japanese language, whether for full classes, interpretation or for simple translation services.
For those who wish to avail of the Cebu Nihongo Training Center’s Japanese Language Education services, you can choose from basic, intermediate and advanced courses. The rates start from as affordable as Php800 per hour. These courses include reviews for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), which evaluates and certifies Japanese-language proficiency of non-native speakers. The JLPT has five levels, from N1 to N5, with the latter being the easiest level. The Center also includes Japanese business manners in their curriculum. Clients may also seek to customize their courses, which the clients can arrange with the school’s management.
The Center also offers translation services at Php2.50 for each Japanese character that needs to be translated into English. They specialize in translating documents relating to Information Technology (I.T.) and software. They also offer Japanese translation of birth certificates, marriage contracts, medicine-related documents, and other materials. These translation rates, however, may change based on the difficulty, quantity and/or deadline of the subject to be translated.
The Center’s interpretation services are offered at Php4,000 for four (4) hours, Php7,000 for eight (8) hours and at Php1,000 for every succeeding hour. They specialize in IT, software, factory, and production-related interpretation. They also offer their services for sightseeing tours in Cebu. The center can offer personalized interpretation services to conform to the client’s budget and needs.
Cebu Nihongo Training Center accept payments in Japanese Yen. The exchange rate is one (1) Philippine Peso = two (2) Japanese Yen. For those who wish to enroll for the Basic Japanese N5 Course (100 hours), the Center is already accepting group reservations. Contact email@example.com to confirm your reservations. You can also follow them through their Twitter account (http://twitter.com/intent/user?screen_name=CebuNihongo) or like their Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/nihongocebu). You can also visit their Web site, http://www.cebunihongo.com/, for more information.