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Seven-Eleven Japan to start home delivery from convenience stores

Chain eyes eventual extension to 1,000 stores in challenge to Amazon and others

A 7-Eleven outlet in Tokyo's Setagaya Ward. The chain will launch home delivery of items from its convenience stores. (Photo by Yuma Ikeshita) 

TOKYO -- Seven-Eleven Japan, operator of the country's biggest convenience store chain, will launch fast home delivery of merchandise from its outlets, as the industry increasingly seeks to capitalize on the growing demand for such services triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.

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