The environment makes our characters. (Japanese proverb.)
A large number of Japanese companies have instituted telecommuting policies over the past few weeks, under the logic that the crowded conditions of commuter trains and enclosed offices are high-risk environments for the transmission of coronavirus.
However, with Japanese houses and apartments being decidedly on the small side, most people can’t designate an entire room to use exclusively as a home office, and that’s especially true for dual-income families where both spouses are now telecommuting, or families with kids who are home because of cancelled classes.
As a result, many people are grabbing their laptops and heading to their local coffeehouse to get some work done, but if you’d rather have your telecommuting accompanied by a pot of sukiyaki than a cup of java, gourmet restaurant group Mihaku is ready for you.
Read more courtesy of LiveJapan.com