I was contacted by Nippon Television’s information program “Hirunandesu!” And produced 1000 fruit sandwiches, but they were slammed-a staff member of a popular fruit sandwich specialty store posted a post to this effect on Instagram. I called on my followers to buy it.
After that, he revealed that he had received an apology directly from the NTV side, and thanked him for his cooperation in purchasing. A spokeswoman for NTV admitted that she couldn’t go on location on the show and explained, “I apologize for the inconvenience.”
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“Daiwa” Nakameguro store appeals on Instagram
One hour after the scheduled interview, I called “I can’t go”
Colorful fruit sandwiches are lined up in the store’s showcase.
The staff of “Daiwa” Nakameguro store in Meguro-ku, Tokyo posted such a picture in the story of Instagram and complained about the store’s predicament.
According to the report, there was a sudden call to interview at 21:00 the day before, and according to the interview schedule at 18:00 on the day, he hurriedly produced 1000 fruit sandwiches, saying, “I will not refuse the request.” However, even when the time came, he did not come to the interview and did not contact me. Then, one hour after the scheduled time, he received a phone call saying, “I can’t go because my ass is pushed today.”
In response, the staff said, “When will it be? I’m not angry at all when something angry happens.” He also posted pictures of three people who seemed to be clerk, “God still tried us.” Come on. Let’s fight! “
In the title of the post, he complained, “That’s why please help me tomorrow !!” In addition, next to it was written as follows.
“Hiruna 〇 Death will never be seen again lol”
This post was reprinted and spread on Twitter etc. on April 26, 2022, and it became a fuss that the summary site was taken up one after another.
The staff at the Daiwa Nakameguro store then updated the story of Instagram and reported:
And I wanted to thank him for the quick response.
He also wrote about asking for help on Instagram.
Daiwa Super’s “Maruda JAPAN” (Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture), which operates the Nakameguro store, told J-CAST News on April 27 that there was a fact that it was posted on Instagram, and then Japan. He said he would like to refrain from further explanation because he received an apology from the TV side.
On the same day, the public relations department of Nippon Television responded to the interview by e-mail regarding the facts of the posted content.