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Japanese restaurant operator Skylark halts stores' all-day operations

The company-run restaurants were operating in that for 24 hours a day since 1972.

About 150 branded stores under Japanese restaurant operator Skylark Holdings are temporarily ceasing their all-day operations from January to April, whilst about 560 stores are cutting down their late-night trading hours.

This move came in part of the company’s commitment to ensuring a better working environment for their employees.

“With the thought of creating a rewarding work experience and delivering the best store experience to our customers, Skylark has decided to end 24-hour business operations,” the company said in a press release.

Skylark’s restaurants, including Gusto, Jonathan’s, Bamiyan, and Yumean, have been operating for 24 hours a day since 1972.
 

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