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2019-10-14T03:46:14.655Z

Due to the impact of the typhoon, some stores in the supermarkets and home centers have been closed.



Suspension of business at some supermarkets and convenience stores, etc.

Due to the impact of the typhoon, some stores in the supermarkets and home centers have been closed.

Supermarket

AEON, a general supermarket, was suspended in the Soma store in Soma City, Fukushima Prefecture because the store was damaged by inundation, but started selling food and daily necessities outside the store from 14th. .

However, as soon as the product is gone, it will be closed on the 14th.

The Kesennuma store in Kesennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture was reopened on the 14th.

Kasumi, headquartered in Ibaraki Prefecture, is closed due to flooding at two stores, the Naka store in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki and the Food Square Kasumi Life Garden Higashimatsuyama, in Higashimatsuyama, Saitama.

Home center

Of the home centers, Cainz, headquartered in Saitama Prefecture, is the Tochigi store in Tochigi City, Tochigi store, the Ohira store, the Yaita store in Yaita city, Tochigi prefecture, and the Toyano Akanuma store in Nagano city. There are four stores that are closed due to river flooding and the surrounding area being flooded.

KEYO D2 cannot operate the Iiyama store in Iiyama City, Nagano Prefecture.

As for Komeri, the “Akai store” in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture is closed, and there are also effects such as shortening business hours at 7 stores in Tohoku and Kanto.

Drug store

In drugstores, three stores in Tochigi Prefecture, operated by Matsumotokiyoshi Holdings, and one in each of four stores in Nagano and Miyagi, Saitama, and Chiba, have been closed and reopened due to inundation and power outages. The prospect is not standing.

convenience store

At convenience stores, FamilyMart has approximately 50 stores in Tohoku and Kanto, Seven-Eleven has approximately 30 stores in Nagano, Tochigi, Fukushima, etc., and Lawson has 15 stores in Tohoku, Kanto, and Tokai due to flooding and power outages. , Each is closed and there is no prospect of resumption.

Source: nhk

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