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  • a warehouse part high with Kitchen, where near Tokyo is a graveyard, shown the toll the global health crisis took on the city's restaurants.

  • In 2020 stacks of old sinks, fridges, pots, pans and chairs are all being refurbished and sold on by tempers Busters.

  • A secondhand kitchen supplier for Verma, has Bean a bumper year Takahito to Yama.

  • The firm's sales director says it bought double the amount of goods In normal years, our warehouse doesn't get full or overflow with products, but because of the rising number of businesses or restaurants closing due to the coronavirus, our warehouses overflowing.

  • Between February and mid December this year, around 126 restaurants and bars have gone bust in Japan.

  • One of those forced to close was the ramen noodle shop Shira Hachi in Tokyo's business district, Yashiro Hagar, its owner, got $165 selling his old kitchenware to tempers busters.

  • I've been slowly cleaning the shop by myself every day.

  • Now that my stuff is gone, the shop is bare and empty.

  • It makes me sad.

  • Yeah, Shiras premises is small, so social distancing and profits proved incompatible.

a warehouse part high with Kitchen, where near Tokyo is a graveyard, shown the toll the global health crisis took on the city's restaurants.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/26
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