Japan. Observations vol.2

Guillaume Hansali
Guillaume Hansali
Japan. Observations vol.2

Here is volume 2 of a long (we’ll see) series of observations after 18 years in Japan.
Am I procrastinating with this series so I don’t have to actually work on my writings? Yes. And proudly so.

Again, no context, no explanation. If you know, you know. If you don’t, you do now?

Convenience stores are actually convenient.

The longer you wait, the better the food. Apparently.

Dogs wear clothes.

Roundabouts are not a thing.

Red light is red, but green light is blue.

Escalators break more often because people stand on one side.

Cafes don't offer free Wifi.

No trash cans outside. You own your trash.

People don't grease their bicycles.

You will memorize your address. Every character of it.

Crows are freaks.

The average taxi driver is 58 years old.


Children's favorite hero is made of red beans.

There is a word for photographing someone without their consent.

Everything has a reason. Many reasons have been forgotten.

There's beauty in moderation.

Every member in a group adds 20 decibels.

Giving your opinion is not free.

Are Tanukis even real??

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