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In Japan, Mister Donut is owned by Duskin Co., Ltd., a part of the [[Mitsui]] conglomerate. Mister Donut is the largest donut franchise chain in Japan. Many Mister Donut stores in Japan house [[Yum cha|Yamucha]] sub-stores that serve a small variety of [[dim sum]]. These sub-stores are usually advertised with the phrase "San Francisco Chinatown", reinforcing the chain's American image even while selling Chinese food.{{citation needed|date=October 2018}}
 
 
 
Keiji Chiba, who was Duskin Company's general manager and director of food industries, adjusted the recipes and gave a higher class image so the company would be successful in the Japanese market; prior to the introduction of Mister Donut, Japanese perceived doughnuts as being snacks for children.<ref>{{cite news|author=Trucco, Terry|url=https://www.nytimes.com/1982/12/26/business/serving-mr-donut-and-the-community.html?pagewanted=all|title=SERVING MR. DONUT AND THE COMMUNITY|newspaper=[[The New York Times]]|date=1982-12-26|access-date=2017-05-26}}</ref>
 
Keiji Chiba, who was Duskin Company's general manager and director of food industries, adjusted the recipes and gave a higher class image so the company would be successful in the Japanese market; prior to the introduction of Mister Donut, Japanese perceived doughnuts as being snacks for children.<ref>{{cite news|author=Trucco, Terry|url=https://www.nytimes.com/1982/12/26/business/serving-mr-donut-and-the-community.html?pagewanted=all|title=SERVING MR. DONUT AND THE COMMUNITY|newspaper=[[The New York Times]]|date=1982-12-26|access-date=2017-05-26}}</ref>
   
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