Three days ago, I wrote about the office supplies store in Tokyo that had been closed for the past few months due to poor sales.
Today, I’ve got a second batch of the office supply store in the United States for sale.
As you can see in the photos above, the store in Japan is now back up and running, with new staff and new inventory.
If you’re interested in seeing what’s new, I can give you a sneak peak of the store.
The store has been shut down for a month and a half due to a lack of orders.
According to the shop’s owner, he and his wife decided to give the store a new lease on life.
They are hoping to reopen on the first of the month, with more inventory for the following month.
In a statement to FourFourSecond, the shop owner says that the store has recently lost about 50% of its customers.
I don’t know what this is about, but I guess it could be due to the fact that the customers who returned the goods had not received their refund.
Either way, they are giving the shop a new leasing agreement and I hope that will help.
You can check out the store’s full resume below.
Update: The shop owner has also posted a letter from the U.S. Postal Service confirming the store is still open.
A representative for the U and S. Postal services told me they will be working to ensure the store can reopen, and the store will be able to reopen sometime in January.
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