The following is an explanation on how to make effective use of replica foods. For details, please contact.
Replica foods were first created in Japan at some point between the end of the Taisho period and the beginning of the Showa period.
While becoming popular at department store restaurants, they also served to proliferate a culture of eating western style cuisine among the common people.
Most modern replica foods are made from resin.
They used to be made from wax, but manufactures switched to using resin because wax is highly affected by direct sunlight and has other durability issues.
The sample case is the public face of a shop. It should be well lit using lighting fixtures. They are more eye-catching when bright.
Make sure they are always well-lit and clean. And advertise to your customers using attractive replica foods.
The perfect amount of replica foods in the sample cases should be just enough to make you wonder if it is too crowded.
This makes selecting items in front of the shop more fun!
Increase the efficacy of advertising by placing the items at an angle! This makes the contents of the cuisine easier to understand and also makes the front of the shop more attractive.
While small, these are important tools for conveying the shop atmosphere and the characteristics of the cuisine.
They provide customers in front of the shop with peace of mind by displaying contents, specialties, prices, etc.
The front is the shop’s public face, so advertise the atmosphere and vitality of the shop with replica foods.
Leave the displays and signage designing to us.