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Canadian startup launches in Tokyo to provide contactless pickup services for restaurants

by CM Staff   

Canadian Manufacturing
Small Business Technology / IIoT Food & Beverage ClickDishes

ClickDishes is currently expanding the number of restaurant locations in Tokyo

PHOTO: ClickDishes Twitter

VANCOUVER – ClickDishes Inc., a Canadian tech startup that provides cashless and no-contact fast-service food pickup, announced their debut in Tokyo, Japan on April 20. The team accelerated their Tokyo launch date to support small businesses impacted by COVID-19.

Customers can access quick-service restaurants such as coffee shops, food courts, and food trucks then pay through the ClickDishes App, website, Wechat Mini App or Alipay Mini App.

ClickDishes is expanding the number of restaurant locations in Tokyo. They will gradually expand their service’s reach throughout major urban areas in Japan, aiming to introduce over 4,000 stores within the year.

“There are hundreds of thousands small restaurants in Japan and Japan depends on small restaurants, and in turn, the people depend on them,” said Alec Wang, CEO of ClickDishes, in a prepared statement. “ClickDishes is moving quickly to provide the small restaurants, food courts, and food trucks of Tokyo with a way to evolve their businesses digitally while navigating these trying times.”



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