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Japan's tempura and beef-bowl eateries spy Taiwan opportunities

From single dishes to specialty coffee, busy locals hunger for a taste of real Japan

The Tenya chain of tempura restaurants plans to open its first Taiwanese branch this year.

TOKYO -- Tempura and other specialty restaurant chains in Japan are feasting their eyes on Taiwan and its growing number of gourmands hungry for authentic Japanese cuisine.

The neighboring island already hosts a large number of Japanese eateries, but there is room for more, thanks to Taiwanese tourists who return home from Japan with a taste for the real meal.

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