A Japanese Shop That Knows How To Survive Crises 【レベル4-5】危機を乗り越える術を知る日本の店

  • The Student chose textbook デイリーニュース 全記事(初級) : 108 : [Level 4-5] A Japanese Shop That Knows How To Survive Crises

  • レッスンが開始しました。

  • Mae

  • Ai

  • put first- first priority


  • priority- more important.

  • Survive

  • pressure

  • 陶器


  • ―復習タイムの時間となりました。

  • Yes, I think its simplicity is the reason for its long-term success because it has not expanded its business in any way. For example, Ichiwa has not opened more shops or started selling more products.


  • ─レッスン終了まで残り 3 分となりました。

  • bankcrupt


  • ─レッスン終了まで残り 1 分となりました。

  • Yes, I think small businesses are easier to run than large businesses because they do not require many people in order to operate well. For example, simple businesses may only need around 20 people to manage everything, while large businesses may need hundreds of employees.


  • Yes, I think that some people feel pressure to continue a long-term family business because they feel that they have to maintain the family tradition. For example, the Hasegawa family has been running Ichiwa for many generations, and they feel a responsibility to keep it running.