Monthly Archives: November 2021

Tokyo is officially home to over 200 Michelin-starred restaurants

Between the continued state of emergency and strict travel restrictions, dining out in Tokyo hasn’t been easy this year. Nonetheless, Tokyo has a world-class gastronomic reputation to uphold, with more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city in the world. The Tokyo 2022 Michelin Guide video reveal on November 30 gave …

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Nissan invests in electric vehicles, battery development

Nissan invests 2,000 billion yen, or nearly $ 18 billion, over the next five years and develops a cheaper, more powerful battery to increase its range of electric vehicles Through YURI KAGEYAMA Business Writer AP 29 November 2021, 08:34 • 3 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this …

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Nissan invests in electric vehicles, battery development | Region

TOKYO (AP) – Nissan on Monday said it would invest 2,000 billion yen ($ 17.6 billion) over the next five years and develop a cheaper and more powerful battery to increase its range of electric vehicles. Japanese automaker general manager Makoto Uchida said 15 new electric vehicles will be available …

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Wichita KS restaurants failed inspections November 14-20, 2021

Twelve businesses, including eight restaurants, a grocery store, a hotel and two discount stores, failed their food safety and accommodation inspections from the Kansas Department of Agriculture last week. They have been cited for violations such as employees not washing their hands, cockroaches, broken sinks, storing raw meats by items …

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New Delhi: To control air quality in Delhi, only CNG and electric vehicles will be allowed to enter the city from November 27, while all gasoline and diesel transport will remain banned until to December 3. “As the pollution level in Delhi decreases, resulting in an improvement in the Air …

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The 6 major Tokyo attractions that closed permanently this year

The past two years have been difficult for many businesses in Tokyo and Japan due to the pandemic and Japan’s intermittent states of emergency. While we still mourn the institutions we have lost in 2020, there have been a few other closings announced over the past year. However, all is …

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Covid Ireland: Hotels forced to adhere to midnight curfew as weddings and concerts hit by U-turn

Hotels have been told they will have to adhere to the midnight curfew in a U-turn, which will impact weddings and concerts. The Irish Hotel Federation (IHF) said it had received “further clarifications” and “contrary to an earlier government indication” the new rule will apply to residents staying in a …

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We eat in 3 Japanese family restaurants to find the one with the most advantageous breakfast

When you need a tasty and filling meal at a reasonable price in Japan, there is no better place to go than a family restaurant like Denny’s, Royal Host or Gusto. With a variety of Japanese and Western style food, there are plenty of tasty options to choose from, and …

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How to feed the hungry while helping struggling restaurants survive

After lining a kitchen utility table with rows of food trays, team members at MadeMeals, a meal preparation service in Kearny, NJ, take their next steps cautiously and quickly. They carefully place sliced ​​blackened chicken breasts and herbed roasted chicken thighs on platters with salads, roasted vegetables or green beans …

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Restaurants don’t have enough fryers and ovens to open new stores

(Bloomberg) – U.S. restaurant chains are struggling to get the kitchen equipment they need to open new locations, adding to the hurdles for an industry already struggling with a labor shortage work and increasing costs. Papa John’s International Inc. is facing a shortage of ovens and cold rooms for its …

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