A poster hung on the wall of Fukuoka City-based curry restaurant is going viral. The manager of Masala Kitchen in Minami Ward recently placed an eye-catching banner with two giant letters of 黙食 (moku-shoku; eat in silence.) While the shop implemented all kinds of measures to prevent the new coronavirus infections, one last thing it could do to reassure the customers and secure their safety was resort to eaters themselves. The bold initiative gained over 70,000 likes on social networking sites. Also, the design of 黙食 poster is available for free on the shop’s website. Source: TV Asahi / KBC / Masala Kitchen
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