Our readers may recall Teriyaki, the restaurant recommendation app launched by Japanese internet tycoon Takafumi Horie last year. The service has tied up with Matcha, a multilingual information portal for international visitors to Japan, and will start listing high-profile restaurants (selected by foodies) in Japanese , English, Korean, and Chinese (simplified and traditional).
Matcha was launched back in February, and the company is expecting to surpass one million page views by the end of this month. Teriyaki recently received major investment from Japanese online learning platform developer Hitomedia.
- And also in grammatically simplified Japanese for non-native Japanese speakers. ↩