Emergency Declaration The city's movie theaters are also self-restrained Saitama Fukaya April 9 16:34
The movie theater in Fukaya, Saitama, which had been operating while taking measures to reduce the risk of transmission of the new coronavirus, decided to refrain from operating from 9th to 9th next month after the declaration of emergency.
It was Fukaya Cinema in Fukaya, Saitama that decided to refrain from doing business. "Fukaya Cinema" was established by local NPOs in 2002 and has been refurbished by a brewery of a closed sake brewing company, and is a small cinema with 57 seats.
The company has continued to operate while taking measures to reduce the risk of transmission of the new coronavirus, such as disinfecting and ventilation of the seats frequently, but following the announcement of the "Emergency Declaration", the 9th from 9th to 9th next month I decided to refrain from doing business until the day.
On the 9th, the director put a piece of paper at the entrance of the cinema to inform them of the temporary closure, and peeled off the poster of the movie that was being shown, and worked on the closure.
Even during closing hours, it costs about 900,000 yen a month for building rents and labor costs for four staff members.
Kenji Takeishi said, "If this situation continues until around June, we may be forced to close the museum and we are worried. We hope that many people can enjoy the movie as soon as possible." Talking