We follow Chinese-born Aya Wu, owner of Szechuan restaurants in the Tokyo area. To help her business survive the pandemic, she hired the services of a meal delivery company, but commission fees proved too high, prompting her to start her own delivery business. Hoping other eateries join in, Aya set up low commissions. However, getting enough restaurants to participate is harder than she expected. We also meet Yohandy De Armas from Cuba, a former pro basketballer turned gym instructor in Tokyo.
Aya started a meal delivery business while running a restaurant
Aya hands out fliers to promote her business
Aya instructs delivery staff
Yohandy gives customers personalized training advice