Japanese cuisine was one of the cuisine types in Indonesia, along with Indonesian and International cuisines, according to GlobalData’s menu intelligence database. In its menu analysis of Japanese cuisine in Indonesia report, GlobalData analyses 40,554 menu items in Indonesia and provides an overview of the cuisines available across the foodservice channel in Indonesia. According to the report, Japanese cuisine makes up 5% of all restaurant types in Indonesia. Buy the report here.
Fish & seafood was found to be the most-used ingredient in Japanese cuisine featuring in 16% of menu items, followed by chicken and noodle. Rice and beef were also significant ingredients.
An analysis of the annual price change between 2022 and H1 2023 indicates that the average menu prices in the Japanese cuisine have dropped by 9.90794e+006%. As on-premises dining gains momentum following the COVID-19 pandemic, the Japanese cuisine in Indonesia is expected to experience overall growth.
Different cuisines exhibited mixed price movements within Indonesia foodservice market between 2022 and H1 2023. Of all the cuisines, Asian cuisine exhibited highest price increase, while Japanese cuisine experienced a maximum price decrease.
An in-depth analysis of Japanese cuisine price trend by location reveals consumption trends of each region. The graph below represents the change in Japanese cuisine menu prices during 2021-H1 2023 across the top five locations. As seen below, Japanese cuisine menu items in Bangalore became more affordable as compared to jakarta and Jakarta Selatan.
While consumers become more price conscious, operators too, look for ways to optimize their costs to retain margin and market share. In the Indonesian market, restaurant operators rely on innovation as a crucial tactic to appeal to customers as well as optimize costs. As increasing number of consumers seek novel experiences, foodservice operators must continuously innovate their menu choices, providing superior taste and quality along with a diverse selection of dishes. Operators should highlight the distinctive tastes and flavors of their food and beverage offerings in a convenient format to enhance customer engagement.
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