MTDC opens Japanese restaurant in Aurangabad

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Mumbai, 30th January 2020: Buddhist Japanese tourists visit Aurangabad, Ajanta and Ellore on a large scale. Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation has started a Japanese restaurant at Aurangabad for the convenience of the tourists. MTDC’s tourist house is situated in the central area of Aurangabad. Now Japanese cuisine along will Indian cuisine will be available in its restaurant. It will add to the convenience of Japanese tourists, informed Shri. Abhimanyu Kale, Managing Director of MTDC.

MTDC is the first government-run Corporation that has Japanese cuisine. A delegation from Wakayama, Japan inaugurated the restaurant. The delegation included Wakayama legislature members and representatives of Wakayama in India. Shri. Dinesh Kamble, Chief Accounting Officer of MTDC welcomed the delegation in Maharashtrian style. After the inauguration, delegation relished Japanese cuisine sushi, tempura, ramen noodles, chicken turinokrsge, miso soup, and Indian cuisine.

Wakayama legislature member Nakashini said that Japanese people like Indian cuisine. Indian curry, chapatti, roti, chicken, tandoori, samosa are the most famous dishes. Japanese tourists visiting Aurangabad will be at convenience as the Japanese menu is available there now. He commented that MTDC’s step is a positive one.

Shri. Abhimanyu Kale, Managing Director of MTDC said that Many Japanese tourists visit Aurangabad as Ajanta caves is a global heritage site. Tourists will get special services through this Japanese restaurant. It will also help in attracting more tourists.

Chief Accounting Officer of MTDC Dinesh Kamble, Chief Accountant Nilesh Kamble, Guest House Manager Shaikh Nadim, Japanese interpreter Swati Bhagwat, restaurant manager Nita Kamble, Tushar Tingote, Anjali Badve, Manisha Biradar, Hema Salunke, Yogesh Rane and Sachin Jamdhade was present at the inauguration event.