Raechel N. Kadoya

Raechel Kadoya

Title: General Manager
Company: Soichi Sushi
Location: San Diego, California, United States

Raechel N. Kadoya, General Manager at Soichi Sushi, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in management.

From watching her parents flourish in owning and operating their own businesses, Ms. Kadoya learned at a young age how to interact with customers and provide the utmost customer satisfaction. From these early experiences, she always had an interest in working and sharing special moments with people. Ms. Kadoya earned an Associate of Arts in Japanese studies from the University of Maryland in 1997, setting the tone for her professional career across the restaurant industry, health sciences field and teaching. She attributes her vast professional success thus far to the energy between her and her husband, Soitchi.

Since 2018, Ms. Kadoya has excelled as the general manager of Soichi Sushi. In her role, she handles the business side of the restaurant, including paperwork, technology and anything in the front of the restaurant. She views herself as a natural born sales person, therefore her skills also bode well as a hostess and waitress while interacting with customers. Notably, Soichi has been the recipient of a Clean Business Award from the City of Chula Vista, as well as named by Yelp as the number nine place to eat in the nation and number one place for takeout in the state of California. Additionally, the establishment has also received an honorable mention from the Michelin Guide.

Alongside her restauranteur endeavor, Ms. Kadoya has also been an independent associate for USANA Health Sciences since 2012. She has also found success as the chief executive officer of Kibou Energy Solutions, an ESL teacher with the Miura Board of Education and a member of the Small Business Development Center, as well as a street performer. Looking toward the future, Ms. Kadoya wants to help build Soichi’s brand and open a smaller, relaxing and more intimate restaurant. She is also dabbling in the thought of spearheading a Japanese bed and breakfast in the United States.

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