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    Forget 'Number Two' Issues! Japanese Cafe Ensures No One Runs Out of Paper

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    While lack of toilet paper is a common trouble for many food service establishments, one popular restaurant chain in Japan has plenty of rolls and a secret stash in restrooms to make sure nobody ends up in a tricky situation.

    The forward-thinking owners of Japan-based Ichiran restaurants, famous for incredibly delicious ramen, take care of their customers in every possible way. Besides their distinctive way of serving the meal in individual booths for intimate, quality time alone with a huge bowl of yummy food, the café chain also strives to make sure that visits to bathrooms are comfortable too.

    Knowing that a greasy meal can be a little upsetting to the stomachs of their visitors, Ichiran always offers an incredibly large supply of toilet paper. There are multiple holders on the walls of the toilets, and the restaurant chain employees check the supplies ever hour, replacing empty holders with fresh rolls.

    If by any chance all this paper magically disappears, there is a secret stash, in case of emergency. "Don't worry! We still got you covered," says the note on the door of the WC. As some Twitter users revealed, a few extra sheets are tucked behind the note.


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