On October 2, the price display of Lawson's original sweets brand "Uchi Cafe SWEETS" disappeared, and "fashionable sheet music" was printed instead. It is said that this score, named "Forehead", is a hint to show the price of each Uchicafe product.
How to read the frame is very simple. It is said that each number from 1 to 0 is assigned to 10 sounds from "do" to "mi one octave higher" to express the price.
Do one octave higher: 8
One octave higher: 9
Mi one octave higher: 0
And it can be converted like this. Let's check with the actual Uchicafe products!
In the case of a premium roll cake, "de so one octave higher mi". In other words, "1.5.0", ... 150 yen!
Even in the case of tight sweet potatoes, "Mi one octave above de so". In other words, "1.5.0", ... 150 yen! (* Same price, painful product selection mistake! However, it is far from Lawson so I can not buy it again!)
In the case of smooth pumpkin pudding, "Mi of one octave above Les de". In other words, "2.1.0", ... 210 yen!
how is it! You can convert like this! Even so, the appearance rate of "Mi one octave higher" is extremely high. Probably, I feel that there is no doubt that the end of all products is "Mi one octave higher". please refer!
By the way, Lawson adopted the "forehead" in consideration of those who use our cafe products as "souvenirs". Some people may say, "You don't know the price until you bring it to the cash register!", But since the price card is placed on the product shelf in the first place, there is absolutely no need to forcibly decipher the "frame number". There is none. For those who say, "Because I'm free, I'll kill time with Lawson!" Oh nice.
Did you understand a little about how to decipher the "framework"? Whether you like sweets or not, we recommend that you play with the "framework" once. This alone will make you full!
Written by: Kyoto Sanjo Itoya no Musume