March 23, 2023

Japan: This Japanese shop launched ‘whale meat vending’ machine, will work like this to increase sales

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Japan launches ‘whale meat vending’ machine
The firm made it easier to sell whale meat
The shop had made this plan to increase sales

Tokyo: A whaling operator in Yokohama, Japan’s second largest city, has installed a whale meat vending machine to increase sales. The recently opened Kyodo Senpaku store in Yokohama near Tokyo city attracts all those who are fond of eating whale meat. The firm on Tuesday launched vending machines that hold whale sashimi, whale steak and whale bacon, giving whale meat lovers a slew of new outlets.

The firm’s spokesman Konomu Kubo said it recently established two similar outlets in Tokyo, with plans to open a fourth in the western city of Osaka next month, and plans to grow to 100 locations over the next five years, reports CNN. are supposed to. At its launch, company president Hideki Tokoro said “There are many major supermarkets that are afraid of being harassed by anti-whaling groups, so they won’t use whales there, but there are a lot of people who want to eat whales but Can’t eat, so we are opening the store with the idea that we can provide a place where all of them can come and eat.”

Vending machines are also called sales machines. It is a machine that can provide services without any human help or intervention. Automation technology is used for these services, similarly ‘Whale Meat Vending Machine’ also works, which will be installed at many places in Japan so that whale meat lovers can easily get this meat.

of japan The government says that eating whale is the country’s Culture is a cherished part of. Consumption peaked in the early 1960s and has steadily declined as other protein sources became available and cheaper. A spokesperson for the company said the products primarily contain whales caught in Japan. Prices range from 1,000 yen (Rs 652) to 3,000 yen (Rs 1,874). Government data shows that consumption of whale meat in Japan totaled 1,000 tonnes in 2021, compared to 2.6 million (2.6 million) tonnes for chicken and 1.27 million (1.27 million) tonnes for beef.

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