"Quincy based, JP Fuji Group takes top honors"
—Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
Shabu Restaurant, an upscale Japanese hot pot restaurant is opened in Quincy, Massachusetts. The property was the first hot pot restaurant in the city. Since then, the restaurant has become famous for its high-end ingredients paired with Japanese beer and sake.
The group opened Shabu & Mein in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The upscale Japanese hot pot restaurant also offered ramen dishes.
YoChá, a dessert shop is opened in Quincy, Massachusetts. Today, the shop is recognized for its Hong Kong style sweet soup and frozen yogurt. YoChá also offers gelato.
Fuji at Assembly, an upscale Japanese restaurant is opened in Somerville, Massachusetts. Since then, the restaurant has become a popular destination for guests who live in North Boston. Fuji at Assembly was also featured on the television program Phantom Gourmet.
Fuji at Ink Block, an upscale Japanese restaurant is opened in the South End of Boston, Massachusetts. Today, Fuji at Ink Block is well-known for its celebrity clientele. The restaurant's selection of Cantonese dishes also make this property unique.
Fuji at HSP, a fast-casual Japanese restaurant is opened in the financial district of Boston, Massachusetts. Today, the restaurant is known for its house rolls and extensive whiskey selection.
Fuji at Newton, an upscale Japanese restaurant is opened in Newton, Massachusetts. Today, the restaurant is a popular destination for guests who live in the area; especially, Chestnut Hill and Weston. Fuji at Newton also offers rice dishes prepared in clay pots.