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There are approximately eight hundred Gyu-Kaku locations within Japan, and locations have also been opened in the United States (New York City, California, Chicago, Hawaii), Canada, Hong Kong, Taipei, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines. Gyu-kaku is part of Reins International Inc. However, every restaurant is different in terms of region and selection availability.
Gyu-kaku also sells its own brand of kimchi in Japanese supermarkets, as well as a line of dipping sauces and marinades.
Chicago Gyu-Kaku has recently been awarded Diner's Choice Winner 2011.
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