Japan day 03
This country is amazing. To have seen the people and culture in tv shows / movies is very different when seeing them up close with your own eyes.
Even though everyone moves at break neck speed, it seems quite peaceful (probably because I’m not working or going to school).
The technical marvel of how the city’s buildings and apartments are compacted close to one another is cool and efficient.
It seems like everyone is polite, so much so that I wanna strike up a conversation with them… up to the point that I have started to try and learn some phrases to converse with them, even if it is just about how to get around, or taking photos.
Everyone has a different story, I waste time thinking about what goes on through their daily lives. The relationships they have, their hardships and joys.
This is Japan.
A place where you can have breakfast at convenience stores, visit shrines where funerals are taking place while people accept you paying your respects, a place to play arcade games at almost every corner along with a ramen restaurant, and people busking right nearby.