Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Daifuku's Story In My Own Eyes

Just because you start a restaurant...
does not mean you're ridiculously made of money trees.

Many restaurants start as a family's dream, driven by the raw desire to provide for their loved ones. This man had been out of work for two years. He had suffered loss of his wife's mother and brother and his own mother, all within two years. He went through a difficult period in his life, struck by a discreet illness where he could only watch his family struggle to find a solution to their dire needs. 

Behind every trial is a victory. Behind every victory there is a story.

The man's dream was to find a career path that could lead him to victory. Not just for his family, but for other families as well. His biggest dream in life was not to open a restaurant. No, he loved to dream big, and even bigger than his own self-ambitions. This family's dream was to support those who needed to see their dreams come to fruition, too. 

One of my dad's biggest dreams is to be a part of the solution for children in countries all around the world who have lost their parents...because there are bigger dreams out there. A child wanting to go to school or having decent shoes to walk in - these are the bigger dreams to pursue. 

So I hope you can spread the love and understand what this restaurant means to my family and our business partners. It is not only our livelihood, but our avenue to serve for needs much bigger than ours. To fight for dreams much bigger than ours.


Daifuku Japanese Restaurant
2040 S. Brea Canyon Rd.
Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Relaunching Soon.

I promise.

Life has been quite the whirlwind lately. I've decided to not just relaunch but rebirth

With several plans to unfolding this summer, FooodisGoood will venture into food entertainment initiative projects. For business inquiries: