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  • Wagamama kintsugi benches enable safe socialising
  • Wagamama kintsugi benches enable safe socialising
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Wagamama kintsugi benches enable safe socialising

After a year of varying degrees of lockdown, the end is in sight for Britons - but socialising after so long comes with anxieties and worries. With many still concerned about the spread of the virus, Wagamama has come up with a solution that leans into Japanese tradition: kintsugi benches.

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