“IT'S often imitated but never equaled.”

This is how Jiro Sukiyaki and Ramen Bar Marketing Manager Odilon Luciano described their signature volcano roll.

The highly-addictive volcano roll of Jiro is classic Japanese sushi topped with tempura bits and masago (fish roe) that imitates lava from a volcano.

But, apart from its volcano roll, Jiro also serves authentic-tasting ramen, sushi, tuna, and teppanyaki.

The Japanese restaurant also creates sushi platters perfect for any occasion.

To accommodate more customers, Jiro recently opened a branch at The Quad, Nepo Center.

One of the restaurant’s loyal customers is Angeles City Vice Mayor Vicky Vega-Cabigting.

She described the Japanese cuisine served at Jiro as “delicate and flavorful.”

"It's the whole package; the food is great, you get great value for your money, and you're greeted with warm smiles and gracious servers," Vega shared during her recent visit to Jiro.

Her favorite dishes at the Japanese restaurant include its beef teppanyaki because of how tender and juicy the beef is; its sukiyaki, made of vegetables, noodles, and beef served in a steaming, flavorful broth; and its volcano roll.

The restaurant has teamed up with delivery services such as Mangan.ph and foodpanda to reach more customers. Jiro is also open for franchising. For more information, send a message to its Facebook page (https://web.facebook.com/jirojapanese) between 11:00AM and 11:00PM.

Other Jiro locations are SM Clark Tree Park, Cluster 1-A; Shell Gasoline Station in Magalang town, and Sta. Maria Village in Barangay Balibago, directly across from Immaculate Concepcion Parish.

Jiro is set to open a branch at the Clark Frontier, Clark Freeport Zone.