Garment Printing Chosen to Supply Staff Uniforms to New Japanese Restaurant Opening in London

Garment Printing will supply work wear to staff at the Japan Centre’s latest Shoryu Ramen restaurant when it opens this month in London.

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Shoryu Ramen Restaurant Staff Uniforms

Shoryu Ramen Restaurant Staff Uniforms

Good quality and quick service. I would recommend Garment Printing to others and will be using them again in future.

London (PRWEB UK) 3 April 2014

The Japan Centre opens its fourth Shoryu Ramen restaurant in London this month and promotional clothing company, Garment Printing has been chosen to supply customized uniforms to the workforce.

The latest development strengthens an existing partnership between the two companies. Garment Printing has supplied a range of textiles and printing techniques to the Japanese restaurant brand for almost two years.

The t-shirt printing specialist has provided a range of printing services including pantone matching and work wear embroidery to the Japan Centre’s other Shoryu Ramen restaurants: Shoryu Ramen on Regent Street, Shoryu Soho on Denman Street and Shoryu Go on Air Street.

The latest restaurant in the popular Shoryu Ramen chain opens at Kingly Court, off Carnaby Street in London’s West End on 10th April.

Nariaki Kanzawa, Advertising and Product PR Manager at the Japan Centre in London highly recommends Garment Printing’s services: “Good quality and quick service. I would recommend Garment Printing to others and will be using them again in future.”

“We’re proud to count the Japan Centre among our loyal clients and wish them every success with their latest venture,” commented Gavin Drake, director of Garment Printing.

“We’ve fulfilled a number of express orders and small runs for the Japan Centre over the years and we always do our best to exceed their expectations. If the client’s happy, we’re happy; and this is how we forge successful, long-term relationships,” continued Drake.

The new 1,300 sq ft Shoryu Ramen restaurant will seat 55 covers and features an open kitchen, giving guests the opportunity to watch chefs prepare their food. Shoryu Ramen restaurants are noted for their authentic Japanese cuisine and interior design, which is heavily influenced by Fukuoka, home town of executive chef, Kanji Furukawa and director, Tak Tokumine and birthplace of the restaurant’s signature dish, Hakata tonkotsu ramen.

Patrons can see staff uniforms by Garment Printing in person when Shoryu Ramen opens at Kingly Court later this month.

About Garment Printing

Garment Printing is an industry-leading international promotional and customised clothing company that aims to maximise the efficiency of marketing teams and agencies through its integrated, global supply chain. Garment Printing offers a complete range of bespoke personalised t-shirt printing techniques including screen printing, embroidery, direct-to-garment and the latest dye sublimation t-shirt printing technology combined with express turnaround and excellent customer service. Garment Printing’s agency work involves consultation with global brands, marketing teams and promotional agencies to ensure all printed clothing campaigns are realistic, within budget and effective. Its dedicated team act as extended members of the client’s business to efficiently exceed customer and client expectations. For more information visit our website, follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.


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