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About Air Meal and Revival of the Black Market

Masahiko Shimada    Hosei University, Japan    

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abstract

Everyone is anxious that the form of eating and drinking will change drastically due to the pandemic. The immediate challenge is how to overcome the harsh reality of the rush of restaurant closures, but the chance of survival may be found unexpectedly in the black market. Large-capital sushi chains, izakaya chains, family restaurants, and First Foods are also shrinking. Privately owned restaurants have been forced to withdraw before the epidemic spread, but large capital has also been hit hard. Which is faster, to regenerate or restart? Private restaurants with weak capital will soon collapse, but the selling point is the lightness of the footwork that can be rebuilt immediately. It seems that minimalism is likely to become the standard in the post-Corona era

Published
Dec. 22, 2021
Submitted
July 21, 2021
Language
EN
ISBN (EBOOK)
978-88-6969-559-9