Paris-based Café Kitsuné has opened its first store in the Philippines in partnership with Filipino café and restaurant franchisee the Fredley Group of Companies
Launched in Tokyo in 2014, Café Kitsuné has developed into a chain of 20 cafés across the world | Photo credit: Café Kitsuné
Café Kitsuné, the French-Japanese inspired café and dining concept, has opened its first store in the Philippines via franchisee the Fredley Group of Companies.
The Fredley Group of Companies currently franchises six café and restaurant brands across the Philippines. Managed by CEO Avin Ong, the group operates a combined 250 locations of the Macao Imperial Tea, Mitasu Yakiniku, Nabe Japanese Izakaya, Hosaku International Buffet and Liang Crispy Rolls brands.
Launched in Tokyo in 2014, Café Kitsuné has developed into a chain of 20 cafés across the world, with outlets in Japan, China, South Korea, Thailand, Qatar, France, the UK, the US and Canada.
The total Filipino branded coffee shop market comprises of more than 1,800 outlets. As the ninth largest market in East Asia by number of stores, Project Café East Asia 2021 projects it exceed 2,050 outlets by 2025.