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Japanese restaurant pushes cheap lunch to help poor children’s boss: pay when they grow up

The epidemic of New Coronary Pneumonia in Japan continues, and many local schools are closed. Many low-income students are not allowed to eat nutritious lunches at school, which increases the financial burden of parents. In order to assist the impoverished children, the restaurant “Nagao Hall” in Kichijoji, Musashino City, Tokyo has recently launched affordable child lunches. .

Japanese restaurants promote cheap lunches to help poor children. 
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A few days ago, a Japanese netizen posted a notice posted on the door of the store to Twitter. The content roughly means, “Before school resumes, our store provides children’s lunch every Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 11.30am to 6pm. , Each sells for 250 yen (about 18 Hong Kong dollars). If you do n’t have enough money or have no pocket money, you can pay later, or even pay back when you grow up, even if you grow up, our store may It does n’t exist anymore, but it does n’t matter. Use the money to help or donate to those in need! “

As soon as the post came out, it caused a heated discussion and madness among netizens. Many netizens praised the shop as “good-hearted,” “human,” and “impressive.” Netizens all said that although it was a cheap lunch, it was no longer “sloppy”, and praised the bento for its rich materials and balanced nutrition.

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