How wandering cats prevented the Diorama restaurants in Japan from being forced to close due to the pandemic
In Japan, Naoki Teraoka’s restaurant industry was on the verge of closing caused by financial troubles.The pandemic had a bad influence in different other budinesses as well , but restaurants were affected as they could not work in any way no guests ,
no staff working there anymore.Stray cats, on the other hand, assisted him in saving his life.Naoki Teraok. started a tiny restaurant with the name “Diorama” in Osaka in 2018.Its major characteristic was minuscule railway models, which included trains, tunnels, station, and even little workers.
The organization grew in popularity, but it was on the danger of closing in 2020 because to the COVID-19 epidemic.Kittens rescued the man and his businesses.When the animaldecided to visit “Diorama,” the Japanese served her and let her play with train sets instead of driving her off.
The cat started to come back to the institution, bringing with her additional four-legged friends.Then Naoki wished to photograph amusing creatures and share on social media.
This caught the eye of visitors who came to the institute specifically to observe the furry wacky hijinks.The cats who interacted with the miniatures and were loving with the tourists wowed the guests.All of this allowed Naoki Teraoka gain popularity and escape closure.