In the same spirit as Nisei Week in Los Angeles, which bridged the gap between Issei (1st generation Japanese immigrants) and English speaking Nisei (2nd generation Japanese Americans) to support Little Tokyo businesses, Oishii-Desu has the same aim, but with all entities focused on Japanese food and culture.
With the help of these content partners, Oishii-Desu can provide you content that is fresh-happy-fun-excellent-ichiban because of the direct communication with these companies/brands:
Homies listed in alphabetical order
Who Made The List
Not just companies with a black/grey and red logo (that just happened to be a coincidence).
“If you are looking for a company that has amazing service, or a brand to collaborate with, you can not go wrong with these standouts.”
This is nowhere near the amount of companies I have written about or have featured on Oishii-Desu, although the ones listed exemplify the companies that are the easiest and most engaging (some completely ignored any kind of correspondence). How that applies to you, is if you are looking for a company that has amazing service, or a brand to collaborate with, you can not go wrong with these standouts.
More About Nisei Week
Since I referred to Nisei Week, you can find more information on niseiweek.org. Since I never reached out to the organizers, I am not implying or saying that Nisei Week endorses or is at all related to Oishii-Desu, but you knew that.