Miss Earth 2017 Visits Yoshinoya, SM Megamall

These beautiful candidates of Miss Earth Philippines 2017 visits Yoshinoya Restaurant in SM Megamall They also voiced out their environment advocacy which is the essence of the said pageant. Miss Philippines Earth is the largest and most widely participated beauty pageant here in the country with 50 official candidates.

Part of their pageant activities is to visit their sponsors and one of them is the famous Japanese fast food chain and largest chain of Gyudon restaurant, Yoshinoya. The reigning titleholders dedicate their year to promote environmental projects and to address issues concerning the environment.

Miss Earth ladies enjoyed their Yoshinoya dishes and they also had some games.

Posted by Mervin Reyes on Thursday, June 29, 2017

Yoshinoya was established in Japan in 1899. Its motto is “Tasty, low-priced, and quick”. It has its headquarters in Kita, Tokyo. Yoshinoya first opened in 1899 at the Nihonbashi fish market in Tokyo. Yoshinoya has a chain of stores in Japan, the United States, Hong Kong, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and of course here in the Philippines.
In 2002, this Japan`s favorite was brought to Manila for the Filipinos to take pleasure. Yoshinoya Century Pacific Inc. under the Century Pacific Group tied up with Yoshinoya D&C Co., Ltd. Yoshinoya comes from the root word “Yoshino”, which is a province in Old Tokyo, Japan and “Ya”, which means “house.”

Yoshinoya treats Miss Earth Philippines 2017 beauties and select bloggers with their best-sellers in their Glorietta branch — gyudon, kani salad, california maki, red tea, bento meals, tempura, yakiniku, etc.

Watch the coronation night of Miss Earth Philippines 2017 on July 15, Saturday, 7PM at the Mall of Asia Arena with delayed telecast on July 16, Sunday, 10AM on ABS-CBN before ASAP.

You may visit https://www.facebook.com/YoshinoyaPhil for more informations and updates.


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