心を豊かにする食文化の提供を、そして、すべての人においしい笑顔を。

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Message from Sunny works
Sunny Works, a company that "doesn't want to be just a restaurant company
Are you making an effort to make yourself happy?

I opened my first restaurant in 2004, and the second restaurant three years later. When I opened my third restaurant, my way of thinking changed drastically. When we started running three restaurants, I had to let the employees run the restaurants. Therefore, I think restaurant is a " human capital development" organization.

Currently, I am managing eight stores, but I feel that each manager is growing day by day in all of our stores. The future vision I imagine is only possible because we have employees who agree with our company's ideas. The SunnyWorks team is the community that will make this future vision a reality despite the setbacks and challenges I have experienced in my career. In order to realize this future vision, " human capital development" is necessary, and the "education program" for this is finally beginning to take shape.

 We are proud to be able to help the children of the future to think and derive for themselves what they should do and what kind of education they need in order to be happy by their own actions.

Profile of Representative Director
Takeshi Yokosuka

Born on March 22, 1970
Graduated from Higashimurayama Nishi High School
Graduated from Osaka Abeno Tsuji Culinary School in France

【Brief personal history】
・Mikasa Kaikan
・1999 Roarabush
・Restaurant SABAS Aoyama
・Le Vendovere Kunitachi

After working as a cook at the above restaurants
・Fussa Yokota Air Base, Tokyo
・French Restaurant Suzuki's
・Italian Restaurant Suzuki's
・Asian Cuisine Sho-Ichi-Ban
・Suzuki's Cafe
・Cyber Cafe
Worked as a general manager of 5 restaurants for 8 years.

In April 2004, opened the first restaurant "Kunitachi Ouka" in Kunitachi, Tokyo

・Currently manages 8 restaurants as Sunny Works Co.
・Representative of Tokyo Honeybee Company, Inc.
・Director of NPO "Kokokamado" (Hachioji)
・Executive Director of International Food Service Executive Association Japan (IFSEA)
・Member, The Japan-America Society of Tokyo Tama Chapter
・Member, Kunitachi City Small and Medium Business Promotion Council
Company Profile
Directors and Officers |   Representative Director Takeshi Yokosuka
   Director Yoshifumi Osanai
Address |  Kinbundo B1F, 1-9-45 Naka, Kunitachi-shi, Tokyo 186-0004, Japan
Phone |  042-572-7185 (Kunitachi Ouka)
Establishment |  November 1, 2005
Capital |  3,000,000 yen
Annual Sales |  300,000,000 yen
Number of employees |  20
Business Activities |  Restaurant management and restaurant consulting
     Development of self-motivation based on employee motivation.
     Providing basic structure to increase restaurant sales.
     Provision of know-how to improve the chart formula of customer attraction x customer spend x repeat rate.
     Provision of know-how for starting a restaurant.
     Providing facade and interior design instruction, cooking equipment assistance, hall equipment assistance, and marketing and design assistance.
     Marketing & design guidance, and all of the above arrangements.

Sixth industrialization, product development, and product sales
We develop and sell various seasonings in collaboration with contract farmers (Sasamoto Farm).
Toward the Promotion of the SDGs

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (the 2030 Agenda) is a set of international development goals from 2016 to 2030, which was adopted by the UN Sustainable Development Summit held in September 2015 building on the success of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).





●From No.2, No.4, and No.11 [Zero hunger], [Quality education], and [Sustainable cities and communities].

We will continue to open a children's cafeteria on a regular basis to provide children with a casual and enjoyable food education program.
We will also provide a place for the local community.




Photo: 1st Session: September 16, 2019 (Tama City)
2nd Session: October 14, 2019
3rd: November 23, 2019
4th: February 8, 2020 (breakfast buffet, free for children)

We are raising funds to organize a quality educational (nutrition education) event.
Therefore, we have created and introduced "Mirai Ticket (100 yen per ticket)" as a unique form of support fundraising.

We believe that by having people from all walks of life in the community visit the store, purchase paper tickets, and make donations, rather than just browsing through the internet, they will be able to interact with others, form connections with others, and feel a sense of contribution.

We also believe that being able to visualize the progress of the project will give people a chance to visit the store next time and make it one of the things they look forward to.
As soon as we raise a certain amount of support, we will hold a food education event.
(The goal is 500 tickets / 50,000 yen.) This event is not being held at this time.




●No. 2 From "Zero Hunger”


●No.12, No.14 "Responsible to Create, Responsible to Use" from "Let's Protect the Abundance of the Sea  


●No. 15 "Life on land"

By 2030, we will change the coffee beans we handle to Rainforest Alliance-certified or JAS-certified organic beans.

Progress] Currently 60% of our stores are using this certification.



●No.12  Responsible to Create, Responsible to Use

By 2030, we will reduce food waste by half and convert food scraps into compost.

Food loss reduction efforts already in progress
1. reminding customers about leftover food at salad buffets
2. use up ingredients (detox water, soup stock)
3. provision of food packs

Progress: Considering concrete plans for converting food waste into compost.



Initiatives
Educational Programs
・Education on all know-how related to sales improvement
・Education on know-how from opening a store to continuous management of several stores.
Athlete Support Project
・We provide meals to professional athletes at our restaurants.

Assistance with athlete support projects
Inquiry form
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