How to Start an Edice Co. Japanese Cakes Franchise


japanese-cakes-logo.jpgEdice Co. Japanese Cakes started in the middle of 1985.  It offers a variety Japanese buns filled with different flavors each. Consumers can choose from these delicious flavors of Japanese cakes which are the mysterious ube, mango, sweet mongo, luncheon meat, chocochoco, bologna, lots of peanuts, corned beef, chunky hotdog, cheesy melt, burgeon burger, tuna tumbles and banana cinnamon all at affordable prices.

It currently is offering they’re food cart business for franchising which was developed by RK Franchise Consultancy Inc.  They are also a member of the Filipino International Franchise Association (FIFA).


Above are pictures of the carts that are available for franchising

Franchise Fee

Edice Co. Japanese Cakes has 2 types of carts available for franchising:

  • The Mall Type Cart is priced at P250,000
  • The School Type Cart is priced at P140,000

Franchise Inclusions

Both of these food cart types have the following inclusions:

  • Use of Business Name and other Proprietary Marks
  • Location Approval
  • Training for the Franchisee and Sales Staff
  • Procurement Program
  • Initial Starting Supply
  • Marketing Assistance
  • Opening Assistance
  • Operations Manual
  • Research & Development
  • Food Cart
  • Japanese Cake Ovens

Other Information

  • Initial Term: 5 years
  • Royalty Fee: 5% of gross sales
  • Minimum space requirement of 6 square meters
  • Total Capital Requirement:
    • Mall Type Cart: P400,000
    • School Type Cart: P140,000

Contact Details


Contact them also through RK Franchising Consultancy: 

Manila Branch:


Phone nos.: (02)912-2946, (02)912-2973, (02)955-0734

Fax no.: (02)911-1966, (02)912-2973

Cebu Branch:


Phone nos.: (032)253-5010, (032)254-0473

Address: RK Franchise Consultancy Inc., G/F Minnesota Mansion, 267 Ermin Garcia St., Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines



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