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☕ | A 90-year-old vacant house opens in a cafe at a Kanaya in Takaoka / Shigenden.

Photo Pre-opened "Soup & Cafe Moyaiko"

A 90-year-old vacant house becomes a cafe Pre-opening at a Kanaya in Takaoka / Shigenden-ken Actively hires people who have difficulty working

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Currently, it sells soups and drinks by home delivery and takeout.

"With One" (Director, Chiharu Asai, Tonyamachi, Takaoka City), which operates a type A office that supports continuous employment, said on the 26th, Kanaya in the same city ... → Continue reading

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Take-outIs a customerFood and drinkEat outside the store by taking it out of the store and bringing it home restaurantSystem.

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JapanIn, "take out" means taking food and drink out of the store. Where a customer directly takes out is called takeout,storeThe owner ofEmployeeな どス タ ッ フIs to take food and drink out of the store and carry it to the customer's home, etc.delivery"Or"DeliveryIs called. For food and drink in the storeEat inIs called. The takeout is to bring back food and drink that has already been cooked and does not require cooking. By definition, bringing back fresh food that needs to be cooked is not called takeout. In addition, for shops and chains that only sell takeout without eat-in or delivery (eg convenience store bento etc.)redundanceWill not be used. You can order while riding a carDrive throughIs a form of takeout.

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Major chains that are taking out

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The origin of the word "takeout" is North American/Philippines English, which means "go out" or "take out."takeout, But in the English-speaking world takeout The word is rarely used by customers in stores, and employees say "Stay or go?, Or "For here or to go?I was asked. Even if the customer wants to take out,To go."Or"To eat out.Is commonly used. "take outIsJapanglishThere are books that explain that it doesn't work, but in reality, it works in most cases just because it's not common.[Source required]..There are also cases where the store uses it.Even in Japan, for customers at stores in Japan, the word "take-out" means "take-out" and the word "eat-in" means "eat-in", such as "take-out? Have you?" And is often used in general.

The English expression that means takeout varies depending on the region within the English-speaking world.



In Chinese, I asked a restaurant for a dish that I couldn't eat.Doggy bagWrap it in a bag and bring it home and eat it in a store such as a fast food restaurant? Do you take it home? "Obiri", "Takuri", "Outer obi" that you bring back untouched items, and take it home at a takeaway specialty store like Takoyaki, Taiyaki, or bento. "and so on. For example, if you bring back fried rice or soup at a restaurant to take home, it will be "bukuro", and if you ask someone to make a new takeaway, it will be "outer obi."


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