Tohoku College, in partnership with Co-op, will as soon as once more offer an inexpensive breakfast promotion from June 14 – 18. That is to assist college students who could be struggling financially as a result of on-going COVID-19 pandemic, particularly those that have misplaced their half time jobs.
For 100 yen, college students can have a cooked breakfast at Kawauchi no Mori Eating, or takeaway a bento. The menu this time options the well-known “Sangen Pork” donated by Hayashi Farm Co. Ltd. and Gunma Meat Co. Ltd. The presidents of the 2 Gunma-based firms are Tohoku College alumni.
“Once I was a scholar in Sendai, my seniors purchased me many meals,” mentioned Atsushi Hayashi, president of Hayashi Farm Co. Ltd. “I used to be informed ‘The advantages you obtain out of your seniors, you don’t need to return to them. As a substitute, handle your juniors.’ Since pork is a supply of vitality and well being, we need to ship some to present Tohoku College college students.”
“Breakfast is vital, so please eat effectively!” added Gunma Meat Co., Ltd. president Shigeru Soyano.