相撲の街・両国駅にも、今や土俵が。 Ryogoku is a place known as "Sumo-Town". There is a Sumo specific stadium called "Ryogkoku Kokugikan" which their Kanji(Chinese letter) characters itself represents "House of the National Sport”. On our AM tour, we will be riding through there, and as it is a real Sumo-Town, Sumo wrestlers just finished their training walking around living their usual life. Our customers tend to ask them taking photos together. Wrestlers answers are mostly "Yes" with a big s
Visitors to Japan tend to take photos like this.
Says that there is way too many vending machines in Japan. From hour investigation, there are 5,500,000 in Japan. A lot? Really don't know. So we devided this number with Japanese population. That is 1 vending machine for every 23 people. A lot, very. 訪日外国人旅行者は、こんなふうに写真を撮りたがります。 なんでも日本には自販機があちこちに溢れているのだとか。 調べてみるとその台数は550万台。