Inside Tokyo’s wildly popular 74-year-old bakery that only makes two types of bread

A bakery in Tokyo has survived for 74 years while selling only two items: white bread loaves and dinner rolls. Japan’s consumption of bread increased after the end of the World War II, resulting in more bakeries and increased retail competition.
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