Return to Shinjuku 2-chome Popcorn

update Last updated on April 4, 2021 at 1:11 AM

Thanks to you, I finally decided to return to Shinjuku 2-chome Popcorn from Tuesday, March 9.
two months Closed period Now I'm fully recovered and well.

I've been worried about a lot of things so far, and I'm really sorry.
I would also like to express my deep gratitude for the heartwarming messages of encouragement and various support from many people.

From Tuesday, March 16 to Sunday, March 21, popcorn is the third anniversary.
I hope to see you again on this occasion.

I also mean reflection so far, but in this time, dinner without a mask at restaurants including me is very risky, so please cooperate with the wearing of the mask at all times.

For popcorn opening hours, clock-in shifts (depending on the situation, there is a possibility of changes in the future), please click the button below and the details will be displayed.

Is this all right for the Japanese government's corona measures?

By the way, my personal opinion is that even if you request short business hours only for restaurants and do halfway things such as extending and extending the self-restraint period, I don't think it will be a drastic solution.

With corona measures such as the failure to stop the water's water (airport quarantine is still full of holes) and defeat in the global vaccine development competition, and the supply of vaccines stagnating, I think that there is no other way left but to completely lock down the city for a month, like Wuhan, China.

Last year, as part of anti-epidemic measures, Taiwan succeeded in automatically tracking its actions (e.e., where they stopped) using a system that automatically detects the mobile phone signals of thousands of passengers who have boarded the Diamond Princess.
Digital monitoring systems have also been established where police monitor the behavior of infected people (violators are subject to high fines).
In addition, with the introduction of big data technology, we aim to improve treatment by predicting virus mutations and speeding up treatment with AI diagnosis.*

In this way, I do not expect Japan, which is a later IT country, to be able to make decent apps for advanced IT measures implemented in Taiwan, but at least I would like japan to take measures within the range that it can do in fields other than IT.
What on earth is the Digital Agency of Japan doing? After all, it is a decoration of the Cabinet Office.
Aside from China, I can't understand why lockdowns can be carried out in Europe, Australia, and the United States, and only Japan can't. I think it would be good to make a law for that.

The same may be true for the safety management of nuclear power plants, but looking at the response to the corona disaster, I feel that the government has no sense of crisis or lack of crisis management capabilities and responsibility.

If lockdown is not possible due to Japanese circumstances, there is a problem of financial resources and security deposits, but I think that it should be requested to be closed instead of a short request. I think that it is more effective to choose a holiday than to do a wasted short business of as many as two months halfway.

In fact, under the government's declaration of a state of emergency that has now become a ruin, it seems that the government's conventional measures against corona are just a no-brainer when you look at the current situation where many people go out to the town, go in and out of restaurants that are open for short hours, and drink at home in large numbers.

* Source: Discovery Channel – COVID19 From the Front Line of Infection Control in Taiwan

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