Convenience stores are deployed all over the world, not only in Japan.
The convenience store is originally a store form originating in America.
The convenience store in Japan was developed because it is famous that the Seven-Eleven Chain was introduced from America,
It seems to be the first store in Seven Eleven (May 1974)
3 years ago than that, and here store Fujiyamadai shop in 1971, Hokkaido Seiko mart No.1 shop was opened.
However, there is no doubt that the national chain 7 – Eleven will penetrate the civic life of convenience stores in Japan.
Convenience stores in Japan also exceeded the home country, now developed into a world chain that started in Asia.
However, convenience stores in Japan have evolved much more rapidly than those in each country,
It is becoming an indispensable presence in the life of the Japanese now.
In addition to bank ATMs, public utility bills and resident card services,
procurement of fresh ingredients that are inextricable to supermarkets and greengrocers, etc.
During, free of charge providing the services of smartphone charging and Wi-Fi and a café,
which also serves as a place to gather the students and young people.
A while ago it was criticized as a poor food, such as food from convenience stores,
but convenience stores such as convenience stores and convenience store cafes,
Their degree of fulfillment is now a momentum that surpasses restaurants and bakery cafes.
Every time there was a large earthquake,
its existence attracted attention due to supply of living goods and its rapid logistics development.
Most of the convenience store is the fact also social that have become crime prevention role is also possible that the 24-hours-opened.
The convenience stores in Japan have been integrated into the demand of society and developed,
the people of the world are impressed with surprises.
An American went to YouTube to shoot a convenience store in Japan, uploaded the movie,
it seems that it quickly became popular movie immediately in the pattern of convenient Japanese convenience stores.
Last summer it seems that the convenience store Dalai Lama 14th visited convenience store on the way
of doing a legal talk etc. in Koyasan in Japan, “Japanese convenience store is fun!”
He seems to have been very impressed with the variety of lunch boxes lining up in the shop and the smile of the store clerk.
It is a convenience store that I normally use casually,
but politely care for customers behind the product is still a sign of a distinctive “gratitude feeling” “hospitality” that was developed in Japan.