VIDEO: How Food is Made & Serve in Restaurants in JAPAN | Africa is Indeed Million Years Behind

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Japan restaurant
Japan restaurant

I have eaten at several restaurants in different countries and as such, I have seen different restaurant technologies which ensure efficiency and customer satisfaction. But I have never been to Japan and any of its competing countries which use intriguing modern technology all around, including in their restaurant.

The below video was shared with me on facebook by a friend—and after watching it; I asked ‘God when will Africa get there?’. Take note of my use of the word-God here…

Anyway, this restaurant is super efficient, simple and beautiful—all made possible by modern technology. The restaurant has no chef and has less than 15 staff—and yet, it can serve 196 customers at a time.

Thank me after watching the video below… (it may take a few seconds to load)

Japanese conveyor belt technology and efficiency!

Posted by Willy Foo – Photographer, Marketer, Technopreneur on Wednesday, 8 April 2015



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  1. wow this is wonderful. one would have to queue for hours just to buy small waakye to eat. Ghana has a long way to go