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lifestyle.inquirer.net The best Japanese restaurant in the country is in Cebu

In 1995, Hiroyuki Sakata was offered a job in the Philippines to manage a small resort in Kawhagan Island, 10 km from Mactan. He had years of experience as a hotel general manager in Tokyo.

 

He took the job and stayed on for seven years.

 

Then he went back to Japan to tend to his ailing mother. When she died, he returned to the Philippines to pursue his dream of opening a restaurant.…
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