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Japan's Sushiro to triple overseas shops, taking bigger bite of China

Sushi chain also plans to expand in Taiwan, Thailand, Hong Kong and Singapore

A Sushiro restaurant in Hong Kong. Sushiro shops use conveyor belts to carry little plates of sushi to customers. (Photo by Takeshi Kihara)

OSAKA -- Sushi chain Sushiro will open more locations in China and other Asian markets over the next three years, in one of the most aggressive international expansions by a Japanese restaurant brand.

Food & Life Cos., the operator of the Sushiro chain, looks to increase international locations to around 200 by September 2024, more than triple the current tally of 59, under a three-year plan released Friday.

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