The cars of each type of shinkansen are a little bit different. This time it's a simpler and cheaper model.
Display asks to pay attention to where you go while playing games on a smartphone.
Delineation how to form a queue.
Streets in the evening.
Model of a high-rise building.
Panoramas from that building.
If all of a sudden you can walk on walls, you can sit in a red car.
View from the dining area of the capsule hotel. Accommodation in a capsule hotel usually means there are separate floors for men and women. You should also be ready to get up at 07:00, because there is nowhere to hide from beeping alarm clocks from every corner—audibility in rooms is incredible.
Straight queues as a part of the culture.
Plants for sale.
The choice of drinks and ice cream. There are even hot drinks. You can also find alcohol in some beverage vending machines, which is sold 24/7 in Japan.
The area around the castle.
Growing pedestrian bridge.
Man in white directs people in an obscure way. Japanese stop sign is a triangle with the word "stop"「止まれ」on it. Directions to JR station of Tozai line. Colorful umbrellas. Cherry blossoms. A beautiful and full of details place.
There is a small temple behind.
Pedestrian bridge with seagulls.
Approaching and passing through the fair.
Planes fly in the sky.
As for down here, there are yummies.
Wheelchair ramp all the way to the up.
Marking of the queues in front of the cash desk in a convenience store.
Suddenly, the railroad is across the station.