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Dancing robots wait tables in Bangkok restaurant to help limit human contact

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Bangkok, Jan 15 (EFE/EPA).- A quirky Japanese restaurant in the Thai capital, Bangkok, decided to let dancing robots wait its tables in a bid to attract customers who wish to limit human contact. Thailand's first Japanese robot restaurant Hajime, where the serving waiters are robots, has been operating since 2010, serving Japanese food shabu, yakiniku and sushi. After one year since the first COVID-19 infection in the country, Hajime has more than two times more customers than before. (Camera: NARONG SANGNAK). SHOT LIST: ROBOT SERVES MEALS TO CUSTOMERS AT HAJIME JAPANESE RESTAURANT AMID A NEW WAVE OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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