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In response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Japanese companies are finding new ways to make themselves useful, offering products and services which make teleworking easier and more effective. While some are focusing on technologies, others are repurposing existing services and facilities for the benefit of teleworkers. For example, as we introduced yesterday, mihaku, Inc. now ofers a very reasonably priced lunch and telework option at their three luxury Japanese restaurant chains in Kyoto and Osaka.
Another example is Native Caravan GK, who are now offering a service called Caravan Work, in which company employees who intend to telework can rent their camping cars at a special reduced price.
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Why telework from a camping car?
As Native Caravan explains in their press release, many Japanese people are unaccustomed to teleworking, and as their company-mandated telework phase gets longer, the following issues are arising:
In order to help improve this situation, Caravan Work can provide a new working style using a camper van, under the concept of "Meeting, Relaxation and Creativity."
Caravan Work can be used:
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To apply, please fill in the registration form at the following website.