It really does feel like the phone both is on the extinction list, and it’s quite rare to see them around town anymore. If you do spot one, it will usually be in a station, or in front of a convenience store, like the one picture here (Lawson on Kamiyama street).
In this mobile world, why still have them? Believe it or not, some people can still find use in a public phone, whether it’s when you need to make a call after your phone battery died, or as a tourist in town without access to a mobile phone.
"I'm from Libya," he said. I don't know what to say. It's as if he'd told me he'd just come from his father's funeral.
The first specialty coffee shop in Ikebukuro and Junkudo (bookstore) resonate.
Editing is interpreting.
The Riddle of Steel.
The man stands motionless in a crush of white-shirted salarymen, as they swarm past him, toward the single escalator.
Rêve de centre commercial-piscine
Birthday walk home